SexyHairOrganics Shampoo and Conditioner Review

I've always been into looking after my hair and trying new products to keep it in good condition but I always fell victim to the supermarket offers when it came to shampoo and conditioner. This isn't necessarily a bad thing but I'm on a mission now to try and use shampoo that doesn't have parabens and sulphates and all that bad stuff. So I was quite excited to try out the Sexy Hair Organics shampoo and conditioner from
I've always thought the Sexy Hair products were expensive but Hairtrade has a whole range of luxury hair and beauty products for quite a bit cheaper than the RRP.

With such organic ingredients and barely any chemicals I was a bit sceptical over how good the shampoo and conditioner were going to be. I expected no lather from the shampoo, which sometimes feels drying. I thought the conditioner would feel smooth on my hair in the shower, but not show much results once the conditioner was washed off.
I’m so glad to say this wasn’t the case. The shampoo seems to wash well and provides just enough bubbles to feel like my long thick hair is getting clean. The conditioner is quite thick and creamy and leaves my hair feeling soft and hydrated. The best part – which proves to me that it works- my hair isn’t a knotty mess when I take it out the towel. I’ve used conditioners that make my hair such a mess that even my Tangle Teezer struggles to work, but SexyHairOrganics is nourishing enough to not make brushing a problem.
Another key factor to mention – the scent. Without all the added ingredients you wouldn’t be surprised to find the product smelling off nothing or even smelling bad. Thankfully these both smell really nice which adds to the enjoyment of using them.
The one thing that bugs me about these products is the packaging. Not only is they brown a bit 'bleugh' (but we'll let them off because it's along the whole organic theme) the shampoo and conditioner look exactly the same. If you're not quite awake you risk covering your hair in conditioner by accident. I prefer when the shampoo and conditioner have slightly different packaging.

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