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This shampoo may seem expensive at around £8 in store, but it's worth a buy if you ever have spare money and want a good shampoo. You can find it in most health food stores, although Holland and Barrett don't tend to stock it (they have other organic haircare products though).
It's a lavender smell and 70% organic, below are some of what's included:
* No Lauryl/Laureth Sulfates (SLS) or Parabens * Enriched with Planthenol-3, Evening Primrose, and Vitamins A,C, E & Fu
Whilst you can smell it from the bottle and when distributing it through your hair, once your hair's dry it doesn't leave any noticeable smell. This may be a good or bad thing, I don't really mind because i don't think you need your hair to smell of anything. If it did it might even attract wasps/bees in the summer because of the lavender fragrance.
It's 70% organic and the pump is easy to use, you just unscrew the lid and squeeze the bottle to get the shampoo out onto your hand.
I love this shampoo because it makes your hair feel really thick (and mine's quite thin) without weighing it down/making it feel like you've put a product in it). It's the first shampoo i've tried that i've liked so much.
I also like the fact that it contains the vitamins, which is good if you want your hair to grow and feel healthy. You can buy hot oils for the hair but with this product you don't feel the need to.
It gives the hair a nice appearance and the conditioner is quite good too. The shampoo comes out looking a clear pearly colour.
The bottle is nicely designed and draws you to the product.
The product claims: this shampoo imparts vitality and shine while protecting hair from the harsh environment. The intensive moisturising formula reduces split ends and leaves hair healthy and shiny. I would definitely agree with this and you see a noticeable difference about the way your hair looks and feels.
Overall i think this is a great hair product and definitely worth the amount, but not practical because you don't always have money set aside for special shampoos and save money just using any old bottle.
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