Small Pharmacy Haul: Phyto, Neutrogena, Bioderma & La Roche Posay

  Hello my lovely friends!
   It's Friday, the weekend is so close that we can actually feel it and what better way to start it, if not with a new haul post? It's not a big haul because I did not need a lot of stuff, just something for my hair and some skincare products. Let's get started, shall we?

   I don't know if I've mentioned it before here, but since I started my diet (more than 8 months ago) I had quite a problem with the hair loss. Of course, I had to take some vitamins for it, but I'm so bad at this, I always forget to take them, so I dropped this option. Then I started looking for a good hair loss shampoo that might help me "fix" this problem. I tried several brands and they did improve my hair condition but gave me terrible dandruff.

   After I did some research and read a lot of reviews, I decided to give Neutrogena T-Gel a try. This shampoo promises to treat the most stubborn dandruff, itches and flakes. It contains two active ingredients, salicylic acid and Piroctone Olamine, that work fast in eliminating dandruff.   

  Of course, I had to buy something for the hair loss too, so I went for Phyto Phytocyane. I saw that this shampoo had only 5-star reviews, so I decided to give it a try. This product promises to revitalise the hair thanks to its plant components. People were saying that they noticed an improvement with their hair once they started using this, so I'm having big expectations of it. 

   I've been following Caroline Hirons on Instagram for a while and I thought that now would be a good time to give the famous Serozinc from La Roche Posay a try. My skin is acting up lately and I have small breakouts that annoy me, so I will include this product in my daily skincare routine and see what results I'll get. 

  Last, but not least, we have the Bioderma Hydrabio Soothing Water. Besides their micellar water, I haven't really tried anything else from Bioderma and since this was on sale and it was travel size, I thought now it's my chance to try it out. I took it more thinking that I will use it for my daughters, but I like to use it for myself every night before I use my night cream. It calms and refreshes my skin. 
   This is it, girls! Told you it was just a small haul :) 
   Have you used any of these products? Do you have any recommendations for me, any good anti-dandruff shampoo that I should know about?
   You can leave me your answers in the comment box below.
    Until next time, take care and don't forget to smile.


  1. We have a very sensitive scalp in my family. I always come back to Neutrogena tratement shampoo as it is the only one that helps me out. I try not to use it very often as it fades away my dyed haircolour.
    Have used Serozinc for a wile, couldn't see any difference though. I use BHA or Paulas Choice Resist Skin Transforming Multi Correction Treatment with Azelaic Acid+BHA on my chin where I tend to break out. The best treatment for the stuburn acnee is the Sunday Riley Tidal cream. Works his wonder on my skin in just 2 aplications. Its a pricy one but worth every penny

  2. I really hope Neutrogena will work fine for me too. I tried so many brands in time that I lost count.
    I took Serozinc because I tend to have my skin a little irritated because of the weather, but not so often. I used Paula's Choice products in the past and I wasn't so impressed and now I am scared to try them again. Thank you for stoping by :*


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