1 November 2011

Liz Earle converts me.. Once again!


After using her skin care range for a number of years and not been disappointed in the slightest, I was extremely excited and intrigued when Liz Earle launched a hair care range. Although this has been available for a while now and I am a little late on this band wagon, I still wanted to share my thoughts and opinions!


The main reason I love this brand is for the use of all naturally active ingredients and in this case, the fact that it contains no parabens or sulfates. Instead, the Botanical Shine Shampoo, suitable for all hair types, is packed with natural vitamin e, aloe vera, shea butter, apple and orange extracts, resulting in a light, fresh, fruity scent. 

The Botanical Shine Conditioner is available in 3 different formulas to tackle either normal, dry/damaged or fine/oily hair. As does everyone, my hair can get slightly oily after the second day, (I try to only wash my hair every other day), but it is not an overall problem for me so I opted for the 'normal hair' formula. Again, based on plant extracts, this particular conditioner contains meadowfoam oil, blue seakale, kenyan yangu oil, apple and orange extracts. 


I was instantly converted after trying out a small sample and didn't think twice about purchasing the full sizes. My hair hasn't felt so soft, shiny and deeply cleansed for a long time and I just can't get enough of the fragrance blend which lingers in your locks all day! 

Liz Earle Botanical Shine shampoo and conditioners are available for £8.00 on the Liz Earle website.

Jessica

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To see what other beauty products I have been loving at the moment, check out my October Favourites video below:


1 comment:

  1. i really want to try these, ive heard from a few people that they are amazing :D

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