Bleach London Swamp Spritz Review

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I think Bleach London has to be one of the coolest brands on the high street right now, I mean just look at that packaging!

I picked up Bleach London Swamp Spritz from Boots a little while ago, although I am not sure if you can pick it up from there any more. Although it is available on Cult Beauty.

For £6 and 200ml of product the Swamp Spritz is a steal. For information purposes – I have lots of hair and medium strands. It’s wavy and just above my shoulders. If I spray too much of this on it does make my hair feel sticky, which isn’t great, and I think for those with finer hair it could weigh it down a bit. You just have to be careful with how much you use.

It smells just like salty water, no frills. No coconut or whatever else they use in the more expensive types of sea salt spray. Still, it works well and I don’t mind the lack of complex scent as long as the product works. It is not drying for a sea salt spray, and is vegan. It does give that beachy waves look. After using this my hair definitely is a bit wavier and has a matte texture.

Would I buy again ? I’m not sure. It’s effective but you have to be careful with how much you use. Sometimes I get over enthusiastic and spritz too much. But it’s good for those who want beachy waves but also need a little more moisture.


Sarah. Almost 30. Craft beer drinker. South London resider. I like photography, boxing and visiting all of London's markets.

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