15 May 2015

Faith In Nature Organic Coconut Shampoo & Conditioner

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About the brand:
Faith In Nature has been around for over forty years. Created by Rivka Rose, inspired by the changing of the seasons while growing up in New York. Based in Lancashire, the brand is passionate about protecting the planet. All products are manufactured in Britain, with ethically sourced and fairly traded ingredients. All products are cruelty-free and vegetarian - most are also vegan! The brand is BUAV-approved and Vegan Society-approved. They contain no SLS, parabens, synthetic colours or fragrances, artificial preservatives, genetically modified ingredients, phthalates, or methylisothiazolinone. No BPA plastic is used, and recycled plastic packaging is used whenever possible.

Faith In Nature Organic Coconut Shampoo, £5.50/400ml & Faith In Nature Organic Coconut Conditioner, £5.50/400ml
(I purchased the 250ml twin gift pack, £6.99)

I recently finished these two hair products, which I had been using together consistently. Both products have a creamy, liquid formula, and create a good lather. The shampoo is easily spread evenly through hair, whereas the conditioner has to be worked in a little more. Both have a pleasant coconut aroma which lingers until the next wash! These are really gentle on my scalp and leave my hair feeling and looking cleansed and refreshed, adding softness and helping to smooth frizz. The coconut also helps to hydrate dry ends. I always rinse conditioner with cool water, to help reduce frizz.

I think these coconut hair products are wonderful for frequent use, and I feel that they are great value for money. Out of the few ranges I have tried, these coconut products are definitely most suited to my hair type, and I'd happily re-purchase and continue to use them.

Shampoo ingredients:
Aqua, Ammonium laureth sulfate, Cocamidopropyl betaine, Maris sal, Polysorbate 20, Glyceryl laurate, Cocos nucifera oil, Glycerin, Tocopherol, Helianthus annuus seed oil , Parfum, Steareth-4, Glycol distearate, Sodium benzoate , Potassium sorbate, Citric acid, Benzyl alcohol.
Conditioner ingredients:
Aqua, Cetearyl alcohol, Cocos nucifera oil, Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Helianthus annuus seed oil, Tocopherol , Glycerin , Parfum, Cetrimonium chloride, Sodium benzoate , Potassium sorbate, Citric acid, Benzyl alcohol. 

Have you tried any haircare products from Faith In Nature?

4 comments:

  1. You got a really good deal considering the price of the bottles singularly. I love coconut products on my hair, they just seem to work so much better than anything else for me. I find it amazing you finished the two bottles at the same time too! Ha. I haven't mastered that skill yet. I'm always left over with waaay too much shampoo left. Great post Em!
    Claire.x
    www.xclaireabella.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you! Yeah, the gift packs are a great way to try the different scents as they are smaller bottles, and often on offer, too! Me too, I'm completely coconut obsessed at the moment! Currently using another pair of coconut hair products... review to come soon! I used to always have too much conditioner left over, haha. I think now that my hair is shorter and in better condition, it's balanced itself out. xxx

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  2. I'd really like to try this now! They are sold in my local Oxfam, and the scent is gorgeous. I tried their tea tree range, but didn't like it for my hair. I like the idea of them being made in Britain, though. xx

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    1. Yes, I'd definitely recommend the whole of the coconut range! My local TK Maxx often has their products in-store; I picked up the coconut handwash today. xxx

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