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  • Hair care is something I am pretty big on and always on the look out for the latest product launches which are designed for dry and damaged hair. Being blonde for over 6 years until last year did some pretty bad ass damage to my hair and I am now on a missions to try and get it back to a good condition.  During my recent visit at the hairdressers whilst going through magazines I came across an article about hair repairing products of which one of them was the Palmers Coconut Oil hair range which I have seen in shops before but never really showed much interest in the products for some odd reasons , which is strange considering I am a big fan of using organic coconut oil as a treatment. Nevertheless I picked up both the shampoo and conditioner and have totally fallen in love with both products. 

    A little about the Products: 

    The products contain coconut oil, keratin as well as vitamin e all of the ingredients mentioned have a great impact on repairing your hair and are all natural which is a bonus for anyone like me who colours their hair as it won’t strip your colour off. On top of all of that the shampoo is sulfate and paraben free which is great as those two ingredients are known to be pretty damaging on the hair and tend to dry it out.


    Shampoo: Feelunique: £3.99 

    The shampoo has a white creamy consistency with a coconut scent to it which personally I really like, although it is paraben and sulfate free it does lather pretty well for an organic shampoo and I find it doesn’t strip my hair or leave it feeling straw like intact the opposite it leaves it tangle free and super easy to manage. I found that this shampoo left my hair cleansed yet still provided me with moisture and manageability to my hair even when the conditioner wasn’t used which is pretty impressive in my opinion. 

    Conditioner: Feelunique: £3.99

    The conditioner has a pretty thick almost like a treatment consistency but it is super easy to spread through the hair. The scent is pretty much the same as the shampoo which is pretty strong and does linger for a while. I tend to leave this conditioner on for ten to fifteen minutes to really deeply condition my hair and find I am left with silky , soft and tangle free hair after. This is by far one of the best inexpensive treatments I have used in a while! I have tried and tested many conditioners from the most expensive ones to the cheaper ones and this product is totally worth the hype. 

    Overall:


    These products are divine and I can honestly say it has been a while since I’ve loved a drugstore hair care product so much. The consistency and ingredients of both of the products are very impressive not to mention how well they work. I have only been using this for about three weeks and am very impressed with the results I had so far so am very much looking forward to the long term effects of this shampoo. Of course it is very important to switch up  your hair care so that your hair doesn’t get use to a product or it will stop working however I can assure you this will be part of my routine for a very long time in the near future.

    Have you tried the Plamer’s Coconut Oil Hair Range?

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    1. October 6, 2014 / 8:48 am

      Thank you for commenting my blog!

      I use quite a few Palmer products – face scrub and mask, leave in conditioner for my hair – and I can say everything they have is DIVINE! Apart from the fact they are super cheap! I buy everything from feelunique – free shipping and they're delivered right to my door! πŸ™‚

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      Amanda xx
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    2. October 6, 2014 / 11:28 am

      They all sound fab – and coconut is the best fragrance for haircare!
      Josie XOXO
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      • October 7, 2014 / 7:17 am

        coconut oil on its own is a great treatment too! πŸ™‚ let me know how you get on with it :)xx

      • October 7, 2014 / 7:12 am

        i would totally recommend them! they are super affordable too! πŸ™‚
        xx

    3. October 6, 2014 / 8:44 pm

      great post! coconut is allways good choice

    4. October 7, 2014 / 2:38 pm

      thanks for sharing! definitely going to look into some coconut oil πŸ™‚ xx

      icing-for-joy.blogspot.co.uk

    5. October 7, 2014 / 5:44 pm

      I LOVE Palmer's body products as they smell so darn good so I can't begin to imagine how my hair would smell after using these two. Btw, this is a great and informative review πŸ™‚ Xx
      thefashion-junkie

    6. October 8, 2014 / 3:16 pm

      I've been using Palmers Cocoa Butter for a couple of years now and swear by it, their products are fantastic and your post makes me want to try the hair range as well!

      much love xxx
      CHRISTINANISTA.COM

    7. October 9, 2014 / 5:17 pm

      Ive never used these products but im always changing up my shampoo and conditioner so I think these could be on my list next week as they're so reasonably priced as well. Thanks for the review!

      TheLifeOfVictoriaJane247.blogspot.co.uk

    8. October 9, 2014 / 7:12 pm

      Hey,
      You have a really lovely Blog! πŸ™‚ Would you like to support each other and follow via GFC?
      If yes tell me and i follow you back. Lets stay in touch! πŸ™‚

      Greetings from Germany
      http://www.sophias-fashion.blogspot.com

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