Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Shampoo With A Purpose

This is it. I have found my holy grail zero waste shampoo and conditioner. 

I've been wanting to find a plastic free shampoo and conditioner but been unsure where to start. I tried the Lush bars, they were okay. I tried Ethique but didn't like them. Then I was sent two Shampoo With A Purpose bars. They work as shampoo and conditioner. Products that are shampoo and conditioner in one always make me suspicious, in the past these products just haven't worked for me.

The first time I used my Shampoo With A Purpose bar it didn't feel like it was putting enough product on my hair. I've now learned that the first wash I don't get much lather, I think this might be because it's soaking up the oil. The second wash I get plenty of lather. 

To my great delight, this is a gorgeous, effective product. At the moment I'm using the dry or damaged version, which has sandalwood, lilly pilly and almond to help moisturise.  

It cleans and conditions my hair without leaving it feeling greasy or heavy. I've can go longer between washes and I no longer need to use a leave in conditioner. 

Last week I switched back to a regular shampoo and conditioner and hated it. My hair felt dry and greasy at the same time. I washed it the next day with Shampoo With A Purpose and will never stray again. 

All the bars can also be used on the body as a body wash, so they'd be perfect for travel.

Shampoo With A Purpose bars come in four different versions: The OG, Dry or Damaged, Volume and Colour Treated. Each bar costs $15 and is available from the Shampoo With A Purpose website.

Note: These products were provided to me for review.

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