22 October 2017

My Haircare Saviours from Palmers

For the longest time now I've been testing out various shampoos and conditioners, hoping to find my holy grail combo for my hair type. To give you some perspective, my hair is coloured and extremely thick, making it more on the dry side. Recently I came across the Palmer's Coconut Oil Haircare range and have been blown away with the results!

This range is specifically for dry, damaged or colour treated hair so fits my hair type perfectly. The products are also made from natural ingredients such as Coconut Oil and Tahitian Monoi which are ethically and sustainably sourced. And to top it all of, they are also free from sulfates, parabens, phthalates, mineral oil, glutens and dyes. So, let's take a look at the products I've been loving:

Coconut Oil Conditioning Shampoo
I was a bit worried whether this shampoo would lather up well due to the lack of sulfates, but I was pleasantly surprised. It is a very thick and rich formula that leaves your hair feeling entirely saturated and clean once rinsed.

Coconut Oil Repairing Conditioner
The conditioner is by far the best product in my opinion. A little goes a long way with this so don't over do it. Every time I have used this I am stunned at how silky soft my hair feels. As I have such thick hair I often find conditioners hard to rinse and sometimes find some left over residue in my roots. This has been one of the only conditioners that has been super easy for me to rinse out!

Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner
The leave-in conditioner is to be sprayed throughout towel dry or damp hair. Not only does this give your hair that little boost for an extra smooth look, it also helps to detangle and reduce any frizz making it easy to comb through, again something which is very helpful for us thicker haired girls!

Honestly, I cannot recommend this range enough. I have never been so impressed with a shampoo or conditioner. There's also a variety of other haircare products in this range over on their website, including a selection of 'Zero Break' products which I am very eager to try out!

Have you tried anything from the Palmer's Haircare range?

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