I recently had the opportunity to try out a seemingly special shampoo and conditioner. The kind of shampoo and conditioner that makes a promise in their name, the kind you should never trust until you try it for yourself. This shampoo and conditioner I’m speaking of is called, Longhairlovers Luxe.
It has all the makings of a great shampoo and definitely offers the healthy hair having ingredients we all want — no parabens, petrochemicals, silicones, perfumes or dyes, which can all really take a toll on our hair.
The scent is without question, very organic. If I were to describe it I’d say it was a fresh lavender scent with hints of herbs that I can’t quite put my finger on. Because it is an all-natural product it was difficult to work up a good lather, but when I finally did, I have to say it felt like I was massaging Elmers glue into my scalp. When I rinsed, my hair felt… less than luxurious. I should mention that I have a ton of very fine hair that tangles easily, so I couldn’t help but assume that what didn’t work for me could be much more effective for someone with thick, knot-free hair. Many women I know with thick hair, love certain products that make my hair look absolutely tragic, so this may be designed more specifically for someone who has long thick hair rather than short fine hair.
I have to say I wasn’t a hug fan of the scent of this conditioner. Like I said this product has very natural and organic qualities and ingredients so inevitably that’s how they’re going to smell and many people really enjoy that. As a fine haired girl, tangles are always a huge issue, so I need a really heavy duty detangling conditioner or I look like I barely escaped a house fire. This product was a little thick for my hair type, however it was very thick and creamy so for ladies with thicker hair, this could be a good product for you to try on your tresses.
If you’ve tried this stuff, what do you think of it? What’s your favorite all-natural shampoo and conditioner?