My hair is high maintenance – always has been, whatever colour it has been. I dye it, I bleach it and I use heated appliances. I tend to favour salon shampoos and conditioners, but I am not averse to trying new, more budget ranges.
I like Natural World products, because they contain 95% natural derived ingredients, and are free from parabens, phosphates, phthalates, dyes, and gluten.
Recently I have been trying the shampoo from the Coconut Water range – perfect for dehydrated and dull-looking hair. Infused with certified organic Coconut extract and an uplifting blend of Rosemary, Lemongrass, Orange and Ylang Ylang, it smells delicious, and it does hydrate. I have also tried the Coconut Water Weightless Hair Oil which is fab. Use it on damp hair, or dry hair – not a lot though – to de-frizz and add shine.
My husband has been trialling the new Charcoal & Mint Ultra Purifying range which is infused with Activated Charcoal, which acts
like a magnet to get rid of impurities, excess oil and styling build up. Certified organic Mint refreshes and revitalizes, while four essential oils Rosemary, Lemongrass, Orange and Ylang Ylang help soften and hydrate hair and scalp.
This does leave a mess in the shower, but it’s non-staining. It isn’t too overpowering a smell and my husband’s long, untreated hair, looks fab.
He has also enjoyed using the Rebalancing Hair Mask to detangle.
The other new range from Natural World is Paw Paw & Quinoa Colour Radiance, which I haven’t tried. It is infused with shine reviving,
certified organic Paw Paw Oil and colour protecting Quinoa extract, as well as those four essential oils, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Orange and Ylang Ylang to prolong hair colour and reveal a luminous shine.
All of these Shampoos and Conditioners come in big 1L bottles, for just £6! The Coconut Hair Oil is £5 for 100ml, and the Rebalancing Hair Mask is £4. They are fantastic budget haircare products.
All the ranges are available from Tesco stores, and you can visit natural-world.co.uk for more info.