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Shoppers say £10 hair treatment is ‘like Olaplex but cheaper’ – here’s how to save even more

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Fans of Olaplex and its much-loved hair-repairing effects won't want to miss this bargain beauty buy, as for one day only shoppers can snap up a great alternative for just £10.

As part of Boots' unmissable £10 Tuesday deals, the website is selling the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Bond Repair Pre-Shampoo Treatment for just £10 instead of its usual £15.99.This pre-wash hair solution helps to rebuild broken hair bonds caused by damage from factors such as heat styling and colouring, and has shoppers calling it "brilliant" and "like Olaplex but cheaper".

It's even flagged with an 'I'm in the villa' stamp on the website, referring to the fact that Boots sponsored Love Island, with the contestants' dressing room filled with some of the retailer's top brands – so we know that this hair treatment gets this year's Love Islanders' seal of approval too.

L’Oréal Paris Elvive Bond Repair Pre-Shampoo Treatment, £10 from Boots (was £15.99) You'll need to be quick if you want to snap it up though, as it's only reduced for one day only, as part of this week's popular Boots £10 Tuesday sale, which sees a number of beauty bestsellers slashed in price.

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