I was only supposed to be popping to the shops for one thing; but before I knew it I was in Holland & Barrett buying shampoo, conditioner and a dairy free ice cream alternative. (Booja-Booja 'Hunky Punky Chocolate' - Which was delicious by the way!)
I had been meaning to buy some cruelty free, nourishing shampoo and conditioner for some time now; for the past 6 months I have mostly been using up the countless bottles I had accumulated while living with my family. Having used Dr Organic's products before and loved them, I knew immediately they would be the brand I would try. There were several options, but my soft spot for Argan Oil led me to predictably buy these two.
|Please note that there are more ingredients than what is listed in the 'bio-active, natural and organic ingredients' list. Other ingredients are listed at the bottom of the bottle.|
The bottles are easy to open and the product comes out without much effort; which was a delight as I have spent far too much time upside down with my hair in the bath straining to open lids! You'd be forgiven for thinking both products would be orange (embarrassingly, the packaging fooled me) but the shampoo is clear and the conditioner white. They both smell beautiful in my opinion; there is a spicy, exotic kind of tang to both which I love.
|Amount left after one use.|
My hair felt gorgeous. Silky, clean and shiny! I suffer from dry skin around the front of my scalp near my fringe, it's at it's worst straight after washing and drying my hair; however using these left me with the smallest amount of dry skin I've had in a long time. My hair felt slightly more voluminous than usual, and 3 days after washing (using no products at any point) still felt soft and clean.
They need not be used as your everyday shampoo and conditioner if you want to make them last longer. They are a little expensive when considering the amount of product you get; however I have paid more money for high end hair care products that did not impress me as much as these.
Thanks for reading!
*Everyone is different and so you may not have the same experience with these as I did.
This is just my honest thoughts on them.