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Sunday, 4 March 2012

~~REview: Liz Earle Shampoo,Conditioner And Botanical Shine Treatment ~~

Girls I have been using Liz Earle Botanical Shampoo & Conditioner for nearly a month now, I postponed writing this review few times, to see if it is really working for my hair.My hair is very dry.
I have used many other shampoos before Liz Earle, from Hair Saloon only brands to Natural Organic Brands, herbalist shampoos, home made shampoos, lots & lots big waste of money.

But finally I find something that will work with my hair.




About Botanical Hair Shampoo:
With West African shea butter, natural source vitamin E, shine-boosting apple and orange extracts plus naturally derived cleansers, our shampoo gently cleans without stripping to leave hair soft, shiny and smooth. Contains no sodium lauryl/laureth sulphate.
Wet hair thoroughly, massage into a rich lather from root to tip – a little shampoo goes a long way.
Naturally active ingredients include natural vitamin E, west african shea butter to moisturise plus apple and orange extracts boost shine.
Suitable for all hair types

How To Use:
Wet hair thoroughly, massage into a rich lather from root to tip – a little shampoo goes a long way. If needed, add water for more lather. Rinse and repeat if required. Follow with Botanical Shine Conditioner for your hair type.


Size: 2000ml Tube
 Price: £8.50


About  Botanical Shine Conditioner for dry or damaged hair:
Specially formulated with West African shea butter, yangu oil, blue seakale and shine-boosting apple and orange extracts, our ultra-rich colour safe conditioner leaves dry or damaged hair hydrated, under control, soft and smooth.
Massage into clean, wet hair after using Botanical Shine Shampoo.
Naturally active ingredients include West African shea butter to moisturise, yangu oil to help smooth and soften hair, plus apple and orange extracts boost shine.

How To Use:

Massage into clean, wet hair after using Botanical Shine Shampoo. Apply to mid lengths and ends. Rinse thoroughly.


Size: 2000ml Tube
 Price: £8.50
Botanical Shine Conditioner


About Botanical Shine Treatment for frizzy, coarse or unruly hair:
A blend of red algae, cotton extract and sumac wax has been specially selected to smooth and tame even the most unmanageable hair, and an exquisite fusion of eight essential oils, including sweet orange and rose-scented geranium, plus vanilla extract, will leave your hair beautifully scented.
Massage into clean, wet hair after using Botanical Shine Shampoo. Leave for 10 minutes, then rinse. For an extra boost, leave for up to 30 minutes before rinsing.
Naturally active ingredients include red algae to help enhance the hair’s natural barrier, cotton extract to improve smoothness and sumac wax to smooth and tame even the most unmanageable hair, plus apple and orange extracts to boost shine.

How To Use:

Massage into clean, wet hair after using Botanical Shine Shampoo. Apply to mid lengths and ends for 10 minutes. Rinse thoroughly. For an extra boost, leave for up to 30 minutes before rinsing.

Size: 150ml Tube
 Price: £14.00


My Experience:
After the successful launch of her first shampoo and conditioner in 2010, Liz Earle has now added an intensive hair treatment to the range. The botanical shine treatment is designed for coarse and unruly hair. My hair isn't so coarse, but the ends are very dry as it's so long, and it is definitely a bit unruly at times. It leaves my hair feeling soft and looking quite shiny.I just use a normal conditioner and then follow it up with this treatment on the mid-lengths and ends of my hair.


Would i Recommend these?
Yes! i would highly recommend these
Thanks For Reading
i will be waiting for ur comments and opinions
Love,
Sara Gullzaib

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