top of page
  • Writer's pictureK Beauty Hobbit

La’dor Perfect Hair Fill Up Ampoule Review

Wouldn’t it be nice to actually have perfect hair? For me, that would look like thick, preferably curly, very long red hair that makes any Disney princess jealous. Instead, I have naturally blonde, straight, fine and thin hair that’s currently a little bit below shoulder length. Sigh. At least I can make it red with henna.

In November 2016, I made an unfortunate decision to try a perm. It didn’t take, at all, but made my hair brittle and horrible, and I ended up cutting close to 13 inches off during 2017. Now it’s finally getting long again, and I’m doing everything I can to keep the hair strong and healthy.

I have had fantastic results with La’dor products (reviews here), so I ordered the La’dor Perfect Hair Fill Up Ampoules in a pack of 10. It is sold on eBay and Amazon in various quantities.

Active ingredients:

  • Hydrolyzed keratin - restores and strengthens the hair

  • Hydrolyzed collagen - makes the hair shiny and healthy

  • Hydrolyzed silk - forms a protective barrier on strands to prevent damage and breakage

  • Ceramide - binds the hair layers together to eliminate frizz

Each bottle is one treatment. The effects on me lasts for over a week (I shampoo every other day or every two days).

How to use:

  • Mix one bottle of La’dor Perfect Hair Fill Up Ampoule with water - first, dump the contents of the bottle into a bowl, fill the bottle up with water, and then mix that water with the ampoule in the bowl

  • The solution will look thick and creamy, like hair conditioner, when it’s properly mixed

  • Apply to clean, towel-dried hair and cover with a plastic cap (or a grocery bag, if you are fancy like I am haha)

  • Leave on for 20-30 minutes

  • Rinse and blow dry (I usually let mine air dry)

My impressions:

To be fair, my hair wasn’t completely awful when I first started using La’dor Perfect Hair Fill Up. But it was very tangle prone with some frizz, and a little rough to the touch. I wish I had these ampoules before I cut off most of the post-perm damage.

This is a picture before the very first application. The hair is slightly wavy because it was in a braid. You can see the frizz and the overall dullness.

Since then, I have used 9 out of the 10 ampoules. At first, I did a treatment every weekend for about 3 weeks. Then, I switched to every other weekend or just whenever I remembered.

These pictures were taken after my most recent application a few days ago.

Right after the hair air dried:

The next day, after sleeping in a braid (for a more fair comparison to the before picture):

Let’s just say I’m in love with this product. It’s very easy to use, and the 20-30 minutes might seem like a long time, but I just do it while sitting in a nice warm bath with a face mask on (and sometimes watching YouTube videos), so time flies. The smell is characteristic of all La’dor products I’ve tried - very pleasant, somewhat strong but not lingering, and “expensive”. I do wish these didn’t contain parabens. I try to avoid parabens as much as possible. However, I apply the ampoule only to my hair, not the scalp, starting a few inches away from the roots. I wash my hands right after and then rinse the product off in the shower at the end. I’m comfortable with that. A full list of ingredients is included at the end of the review.

When my hair dries after using the ampoule, it’s so silky and shiny, even without any styling tools or other products. My hair ties even slide out sometimes, because the strands are smooth and healthy. I have noticed way less frizz and fewer broken hairs. Plus, fewer hairs are left in my hair brushes. I can’t recommend this enough! If you’d like to read my other hair care reviews, look here.

Let’s connect - follow me on Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter, check out my Facebook group and subscribe below to get blog updates via email.


La’dor Perfect Hair Fill Up Ampoule ingredients: Water, Steartrimonium Chloride, Alcohol, Hydrolyzed Keratin, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Hydrolyzed Silk, Ceramide, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Fragrance.

Recent Posts

See All
bottom of page