Please can anyone recommend and alternative to opalex that isn’t as expensive?

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Maria

Re: Please can anyone recommend and alternative to opalex that isn’t as expensive?

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I thought this product was banned as it contains butylphenyl methylpropional, which is also known as lilial and banned all throughout Eaurope. I think you better stick to natural ingredients these days. Sorry can't help you with alternative.
Lisa

Re: Please can anyone recommend and alternative to opalex that isn’t as expensive?

Post by Lisa »

U won't find anything the same. Olaplex has a patented ingredient so no other can copy. That works deep within the hair structure. The cheaper work on the outside.

I'm a hairdresser and have heard no links to olaplex and miscarriages. It's not banned in the UK and in other countries.
Jackie

Re: Please can anyone recommend and alternative to opalex that isn’t as expensive?

Post by Jackie »

Knight and Wilson Pureplex has been reviewed as one of the best Olaplex dupes, Superdrug or Savers around £7 each for the shampoo and conditioner and around £12 for the repair system, sometimes less.

I found Pureplex much better for my hair than Olaplex. I use the repair system about every 3 months and get two applications from one box
Lisa

Re: Please can anyone recommend and alternative to opalex that isn’t as expensive?

Post by Lisa »

Use phillip kingsley elasticizer instead, it's much better than olaplex I find, but its pricey too.
Ashley

Re: Please can anyone recommend and alternative to opalex that isn’t as expensive?

Post by Ashley »

I didn't like olaplex personally. I like Philip kinsley elasticizer. Revolution do a bond building range for a good price.
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