Saturday, 27 October 2012

Louise Galvin Sacred Locks Shampoo & Conditioner for Fine Hair


I got Louise Galvin Sacred Locks Shampoo in my first Latest in Beauty Anti-Ageing Beauty Bible Box (I loved it so much I bought another!)  In my second box I received the matching conditioner.

The products are absolutely fantastic!  I love that there is no animal testing involved in their production and that they are free from parabens, sulphates, silicones, petrochemicals and synthetic fragrances and polymers.  They are scented with mandarin and contain Yuzu oil to add shine and vitality.

I've found that my highlights are brighter and my hair feel great - clean, shiny, healthy and moisturised.  I also like that the shampoo produces a good lather even thought it is a more natural product.

The shampoo retails at £22 for 300ml (100ml in the Latest in Beauty box).  It is a clarifying shampoo with mild cleansing agents which helps maintain colour for longer.  The conditioner retails at £24 for 300ml (100ml in LIB box).  It is a light but rich conditioner which hydrates the hair.  It leaves hair full of body (after blow drying), smooth and shiny.

Any greenhouse gases that are produced in the manufacture of the products are off set by investment in the Carbon Neutral Company.  The products are made with naturally derived ingredients such as essential oils, natural extracts and vegetable derived moisturising and conditioning ingredients.

Have you tried any products from this brand?

8 comments:

  1. I use the fragrance free conditioner and really like it. I managed to pick up a full size bottle for £2 in TK Maxx a few months back. I love the company ethics and free from policy.

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  2. ooh, i have the shampoo still to try out from my LIB anti-ageing box. Great review!

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    1. Thanks! It's a great product x

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  3. They sound perfect for me as I have fine coloured hair, maybe I should start saving? Love the review! xx

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    1. I really recommend them, you might be able to pick them up cheaper on ebay. Naturisimo are a wee bit cheaper too x

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  4. I haven't heard of this brand before! they sound lovely :)

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    1. You'd love them. You can buy at Naturisimo.com and they ship worldwide x

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