The Hair Magic Serum is a conditioning treatment designed for dry and damaged hair; the benefits it claims include anti-frizz properties and preventing split ends. Again, I received a 25ml sachet, which wasn't really enough to test the split end claim, but I did enjoy using this product. It had a similar scent to the shampoo, nothing heavy, just a pleasant smell. The sachet contained enough for three applications worked through my hair from root to tip, although I concentrated on the ends; if I'd avoided the roots and just applied to the mid-lengths and ends there'd have been enough for four or five uses. I left the serum on for about five minutes before rinsing, which was a lot easier than with some hair treatments. The instructions say to use once or twice a week, which I think would be plenty to provide a good deep-condition for your hair. Apparently this can also be used as a styling product on dry hair but I didn't realise this until after I'd used it up, so unfortunately I can't comment on that.
After using the shampoo and serum together, I found that my hair was lovely and soft, less frizzy than usual, and it didn't go greasy either which is always a bonus; it just felt really nice and clean! I really enjoyed using these products and I'd definitely consider repurchasing in the future, although the Serum is a little outside my budget at the moment. There is also a Conditioner available, which I'd be interested in trying in the future.
The shampoo retails at £8.26 for 330ml, whilst the Hair Magic Serum is £16.60 for 150ml, available to buy here.
(This product was provided by PR for the purposes of a review. This does not affect my review and, as always, my opinions are honest.)