Fiberceutic Hair Botox Treatment is now available at Hoar Cross Hall in Burton-upon-Trent for £30. And we (and our limp hair) couldn’t wait to give it a go
We get a lot of exciting invitations here at Staffordshire Living but we love it (more than most) when taming our tresses is involved. So when the opportunity to give the new hair botox treatment available at the Matthew Curtis Hair Salon inside Hoar Cross Hall dropped into the inbox we were thrilled.
The Fiberceutic Botox Treatment, launched in 2018, costs £30 and involves a fibre-filling treatment enriched with Intra-Cylane, a water-activated molecule that creates a protective layer around your hair. Promising to plump up hair whilst protecting it from future damage. So, no needles needed then. Now we were even more excited but also a little intrigued.
A treat for the hair and body
The Matthew Curtis salon is beautiful – the interior is bright and modern with extravagant touches giving it a luxurious and high-end appeal. My favourite being the Snow White style mirrors hanging from the the walls – any Disney fan will understand!
My therapist for the afternoon, Sue, took me through the treatment and got to grips with my own hair type by asking me some simple questions. I was then escorted to a fully reclining chair to have my hair washed which to my surprise gave me a full body massage during the process. And if it wasn’t for Sue explaining what she was doing throughout my wash, I might have fallen asleep!
The treatment can be split into three stages
- First, she washed my hair with a special shampoo to help remove excess build up of product and other toxins and my hair did feel super clean afterwards.
- Then she applied the hair ‘filling’ serum; this was applied using a syringe to small sections of my hair and then rubbed through. The serum works from the inside out and repairs the hair fibres using Intra-Cylane. This strengthens the hair and replenishes the moisture balance.
- Next came the restorative hair sealing treatment which helps to lock in the hair filling serum.
That’s it, all I had to do was wait 5-10 minutes, which was no problem at all being sat in a massage chair, and then the treatment could be rinsed off.
The fine print
One thing to mention is that the cost of this treatment – £30 – doesn’t include a blow dry. Sue did blast my hair for me before she had to go for her next appointment but I would definitely recommend adding a blow dry onto the end of your treatment – and the blow dry ‘cocktail’ menu! is extensive – so you can benefit form the salon results.
As soon as my hair was dry there was a noticeable difference. My hair felt thicker and much softer than usual. This is a great pre-party prep for hair if you’ve got a night out where you need to look extra special.
To book an appointment at the Matthew Curtis Hair Salon at Hoar Cross Hall call 01283 576512 or visit Hoar Cross Hall.