Philip Kingsley Bond Builder Lipid Shield Oil Review

Philip Kingsley Bond Builder Oil Review: Philip Kingsley Bond Builder Lipid Shield Oil

Did you know that your hair cuticle naturally contains a protective cell membrane complex that’s vital for hair health, softness and shine? Although this lipid is hard to remove, it can gradually wear away with repeated use of heated styling tools and exposure to UV rays, leaving your tresses looking dry and damaged. Luckily for us, Philip Kingsley have a solution with their newest addition to the best-selling Bond Building collection: the Philip Kingsley Bond Builder Lipid Shield Oil.

Discover how it works and why it’s a must-have for frizzy, tangled and damaged hair with my Bond Builder Lipid Oil review…


The Most Important Thing About The Philip Kingsley Bond Builder Oil Is…

Its advanced biometric technology! The hair oil’s innovative formula supports and replenishes the lipid layer (AKA your hair’s first line of defence) by coating each individual hair strand to protect the hair cuticle and the bolds inside your hair’s cortex. But why does it do this? To restore and replenish your locks for super-silky, high-shine results.

Part of the fan-favourite Bond Builder range, the Lipid Shield Oil also strengthens, detangles and defrizzes hair. In fact, 9 out of 10 users felt their hair was more resistant to damage and more resilient.



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What Hair Type Is It For?

The Bond Builder Lipid Shield Oil is Philip Kingsley’s first-ever oil for all hair types and textures. It’s particularly great for anyone who frequently heat-style, colour-treat or chemically process their hair.


You Will Love This If…

You’re looking for a trichologist-approved solution to damaged hair. Ideal for anyone who regularly uses heated styling tools, the oil offers protection against heat damage up to 232°C after just one use.


Hero Ingredients:

Inspired by your hair’s natural lipid layer, the Bond Builder Lipid Shield Oil contains an 18-MEA derivative (that’s the primary lipid that sits on the surface of your hair) to replenish lost lipids and make hair water-repellent, therefore reduce its vulnerability to environmental stress.

Camellia oil has been added to the Philip Kingsley Bond Builder Lipid Shield Oil as it’s rich in omega 9, antioxidants and vitamins A, D, C and E that defend against external aggressors. To complete the mix, castor oil and sebacic acid blend together to seal cuticles that have been damaged by colour, bleaching, perming and thermal straightening.


What Does It Feel Like?

The Philip Kingsley Bond Builder hair oil has a lightweight, non-greasy texture that instantly absorbs for a natural and subtle shine.


What Does It Smell Like?

Luxurious, fresh and uplifting! The aroma has a citrus-floral quality to it.


How Do You Use The Product?

Shake the Philip Kingsley Bond Builder Lipid Shield Oil well before use. Gentle tilt the bottle and tap the base to dispense 5-6 drops into the palm of your hand; for shorter hair lengths, you may want to start off with 2-3 drops. As the first step in your styling routine, apply to the mid-lengths and ends of towel-dried hair and leave in. Use every 2-3 washes to restore your lipid layer.


What’s Special About The Format?

The Bond Builder Lipid Shield Oil is stored within a plant-friendly, 100% recyclable bottle and box. Its 30ml size is perfect for travel – easily slipping into any luggage or bag.





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