A couple of months ago The Body Shop replaced their existing shampoo range with a new range. The new rainforest shampoo range consisted on no silicones, no sulphates, no colorants and no parabens. It also meets biodegradable standards and minimises the use of non-sustainable packaging resources. So for the planet this product is clearly quite good or at least better than most shampoos as well as also being more natural than many shampoos. But how does the actual shampoo and conditioner work?
I sadly have lifeless hair that is quite oily meaning I use the balance shampoo and conditioner designed for oily hair which contains pracaxi oil, white nettle, seaweed and community trade aloe vera. Both the shampoo and conditioner have quite a nice smell which isn’t over powering and come in a sturdy squeezable bottle however the squeezable bottle isn’t that easy to squeeze especially with wet hands.
The shampoo was great the first few washes, it cleaned my hair well and surprisingly even lathered quite well however after a few washes my hair became extremely knotty and hard to brush even when I used conditioner.
I think this shampoo works quite well but I wouldn’t use it as a daily shampoo instead I would use it every few washes otherwise hair becomes quite dry and unmanageable.
What shampoo would you recommend for oily hair? I’m still yet to find the perfect one.