Natural hair products, I mean can you really get anything more satisfying...other than the obvious...
This post I want to share with you 2 products from Noughty who are a natural, vegan and cruelty free hair care company.
Not many things makes me feel as good as a hot shower in the morning washing my hair with amazing smells of destiny!
It literally puts me in such a good mood for the day, not going to say that it lasts after my commute to work but still...
The To The Rescue collection is for frizzy damaged hair, my hair is pretty annoying... It gets greasy really quick but the ends get dry and frizzy and its just really flat and boring... so I figured this would be the best collection for my hair.
So the shampoo is made with sweet almond and sunflower seed, let me start by saying it smells amazing! Subtle but really nice, almost like a cake... like a weak cake smell... I'm not sure if that sounds like a good thing or not but I can assure you it's lovely.
It bubbles up really well, I hate it when you buy a shampoo and it's just not very bubbly... Thankfully this stuff is really bubbly so you're able to get all of your hair covered with a little blob.
Once it's rinsed it feels nice and clean too, exactly what you'd want from a shampoo!
Once my hair is dry it looks clean and shiny, it's hasn't be covered in chemicals! What more can you ask for!
Now the important part, well if you're like me and have crusty split ends! Life without conditioner would be dire!
It's made with Shea butter and olive oil, perfect for adding some moisture to those ends! Again a yummy subtle smell and a little blob goes a long way.
I just cover the ends with conditioner usually though to be honest to avoid my hair getting greasier than it already does and this stuff makes the ends of hair feel so smooth in the shower and when it's dry.
It makes combing my hair after a shower so much easier than the stuff I was using before too, I love it!
Overall I love both the Shampoo and Conditioner, my hair left feeling and looking clean, it smells amazing and it feels good knowing no animals were harmed in the making of it.
If you're interested in finding out more about Noughty then check out the link below: