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Testing Out Natural Shampoos | Part 2

Wednesday, 3 May 2017
A few months ago I wrote a post about trying out natural shampoos, which you can read here. I thought I'd do a second part and share my opinions on the shampoos I've been using recently! Also I just want to apologise for the lack of blog posts, university has been taking over my life but hopefully that will settle down soon. 

So this shampoo is 100% vegan, 100% carbon neutral and is of course cruelty free. It also contains no parabens, sulphates and mineral oils. 

It 'contains a delicate infusion of aloe vera, nettle, horsetail and burdock' and is suitable for normal hair and those with sensitive scalps. I really liked this shampoo and found that it washed my hair well. I have quite thick hair and I did have to really lather it in, but that wasn't an issue at all. I also really liked the smell which is always a bonus! This is great if you have normal hair that isn't prone to tangling or getting too oily.

Out of the two shampoos, I personally preferred this one and found it wasn't as thick as the Sukin shampoo. Again it smells great and washed my hair really well. 

This is 'Enriched with Baltic botanicals - sweet flag, plantain, burdock, nettle, and quince', so there are some similarities with the ingredients. However this shampoo is for dry and damaged hair, so will naturally be more moisturising. Overall my hair felt softer and looked healthier when using this shampoo, but really there's not much in it at all apart from the price. 

Have you tried any of these shampoos? Let me know what you think!

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