Botanical Shampoo and Botanical Shine conditioners compose Liz Earle's first ever haircare range. Using 15 years of botanical expertise, they have created a unique plant-based shampoo that suits all hair and scalp types and 3 performance driven creamy conditioners, each designed to suit specific hair types.
I don't always have a good experience with every shampoo out there, especially the ones that claim to be for all hair types, but I love the Botanical Shine Shampoo ($7.50 - $14.50). With an earthy scent, this shampoo is probably one of the best smelling shampoos I've tried so far. While it doesn't rank as the best shampoo out there, it certainly isn't far behind. After getting highlights a few months ago, my hair hasn't been feeling thick and luxurious as usual and this shampoo puts this feeling back whenever I use it. Plus, it doesn't strip my hair of it's natural oil like some shampoo has a tendency to do. It is made with West African shea butter, natural source vitamin E, shine-boosting apple, and orange extracts plus naturally derived cleansers.
Most conditioners are a hit and miss with me. Therefore, I wasn't really expecting much from the Botanical Shine Conditioner ($7.50 - $14.50). I was in for a rude, yet lovely awakening when I first tried it on my hair. With 95% natural ingredients, it leaves my hair utterly soft and tangle free! The only thing is that it doesn't smell good as the shampoo, but that doesn't matter to me in the least since I'm far more concerned about the quality of a product.
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