Having curly hair means major problems for me when it comes to choosing a hair product to shampoo and condition with. One of my main issues is, the product will end up leaving my hair with this rubbery texture which makes my hair even more coarse and makes it impossible for me to straighten my hair with. I have to be very careful about what I use and as a blogger I am fortunate enough to try so many brands.
I can now narrow it down to what products I need to be using on my hair to leave it soft, manageable and tangle free – coconut oil. It’s a total no brainer, but sometimes I can fall off the wagon and want to try different things. I have learnt not to, because I now know what my hair likes and what it doesn’t.
Shea Moisture is a range fairly new to Superdug, and I have mentioned them before on the blog. The tables have turned since I wrote that review, because I am now blonde and I need lots and lots of moisture to prevent my hair from drying up.
Virgin Coconut Oil
I’ve actually been using this shampoo and conditioner duo for around 5 months now, and although I was originally sent the original duo to review, I’ve since then purchased my own bottles.
What I love about using this combination together is that it’s not harsh in any way. It’s sulphate free, paraben free and paraffin free. All the things my hairdresser told me to stay away from.
Some of the key benefits as follows as stated by the brand themselves:
- Provides Shine
- Helps make hair manageable
- Cruelty free
- Contains organic ingredients and fair trade ingredients
- No sulphates, no parabens, no phthalates, no paraffin, no mineral oil, no synthetic colour and no petrolatum
This specially works well on those suffering from dry or damaged hair. Since I want to protect my mane as much as I can, these properties all stand firm with me in my haircare routine.
When I straighten my hair, it feels so silky after and tangle free and I really love how vibrant it makes my colour look!
If you have coloured or bleached hair, I would give this a go as it’s really helped the condition of my hair stay moisturised. I think it’s down to the natural ingredients – raw shea butter, coconut oil and coconut milk blend. It’s really bought the colour back to life!
The range is available to buy online and in store right now and retails at £10.99 per bottle. It’s worth it as the bottle has lasted me months.
*PR sample. All views are my own.