Your hair could use a little relaxation and extra care? Then this TikTok beauty trend could be interesting for you.
From ingenious lightning-fast recipes to practical life hacks to new beauty favorites: TikTok has developed into a real source of inspiration. New ideas and insider tips are posted regularly, which also arouse our curiosity. A current hype in terms of beauty is a hair serum that should be able to do a lot more than just ensure smooth tips.
We'll tell you here which product this is about and why the serum is traded as an absolute insider tip for a great mane.
Hair serums and leave-in products for brittle hair lengths are now a dime a dozen. Most products promise one thing above all: to provide the hair with plenty of moisture. But this hair serum addresses a different problem. The currently so popular serum from 'The Ordinary' is not applied to the hair, but to the scalp and is supposed to make the mane appear fuller over time.
The concentrated formula of minerals, plant extracts, peptides, and stimulating caffeine support cell renewal, and the hair is strengthened from the hair root. With regular use, the hair should appear thicker, stronger, and healthier. According to various TikTok users, after a few months of use, the serum even makes light areas at the base gradually disappear.
The Ordinary hair serum is perfect for anyone who wants to give their hair a bit of relaxation after a coloration or too much sun, for example. Both a dry, damaged mane and fine hair with little volume should benefit from the serum.
Another plus point: the serum is free from alcohol and silicone and promises good skin tolerance.
TikTok hype or not: But as with all beauty products, you shouldn't expect miracles with this serum after the first use. First, visible results always take a little time. We recommend regular use for around 3-4 weeks.
The serum is used on dry hair. Simply put a few drops directly on the scalp with the pipette and massage in gently. It is up to you whether you use the serum in the morning after washing and drying your hair or in the evening before going to bed.
One last important thing: The subject of hair care is always very individual. Only you can judge for yourself whether the tips or products presented by us work for you. If you have persistent hair or scalp problems, it may be advisable to see a skin specialist.