PRODUCT REVIEW: TEA TREE OIL SHAMPOO.

Hey everyone!

I have an exciting product review today from Maple Holistics. I’m super excited that they reached out to me to test their TEA TREE OIL SHAMPOO.

What I loved about this shampoo? Well, this tea tree oil shampoo is cruelty-free, parabens-free, GMO-free, and gluten free.

These are some of the many benefits tea tree oil shampoo offers (from their website):

-Promotes healthy hair growth.

-Can slow hair loss, shedding, and thinning hair.

-Helps prevent flaking and dandruff.

-Capable of soothing an irritated scalp.

-Potential to naturally eradicates lice.

-Leaves hair and scalp rejuvenated and fresh.

 

I love the way tea tree oil smells, I know for some people it may be overbearing, but I enjoy the minty freshness of it! Sometimes I struggle with dandruff, and this is the perfect shampoo to keep your scalp clean and healthy. I’ve noticed I’m not scratching my scalp as often, and my hair feels softer. Yay! I’m looking forward to using the rest of the bottle up!

If you would like to test out a FREE SAMPLE from Maple Holistics, CLICK THIS LINK. I hope you guys take advantage & get your own free sample! For those of you who love all natural products that are cruelty free- this is worth trying out.

 

 

 

xo

 

 

*this product was given to me complimentary for testing/reviewing purposes.

REVIEW: L’Oréal Paris Hair Expert Extraordinary Clay Line.

My friends over at Influenster were kind enough to send me a L’Oréal Extraordinary Clay VoxBox! I love testing out hair products, especially since I use shampoos & conditioners everyday!

Well, L’Oréal came out with a line specifically meant for people who have oily roots and dry ends. This hair mask/shampoo/conditioner is silicone free (awesome) and meant to last up to 48 hours.

It is a three step process (and I do this once a week, max twice). These products are super lightweight and fresh! They smell great, and soak up all my oils! I really love these products.

You can get these products from L’Oréal’s website. Also, they are super affordable, ranging from $4.99-$6.99! You can’t beat that!

If you have oily roots and ends that need some hydrating, I think you should give this extraordinary clay line a chance! I really loved testing out these products. I was a little skeptical of the clay mask pre-shampoo treatment, since you have to put it on dry hair (THEN rinse it in the shower) but it works wonderfully! Thank you Influenster!

xo

*all products were sent to me complimentary of Influenster for testing/reviewing purposes. all thoughts and opinions are my own.

review: kerastase paris resistance shampoo & masque.

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It’s been a long time since I’ve done a review, and Influenster was kind enough to send me the Kerastase Transforms voxbox. The box comes with a shampoo & hair masque (so awesome)! Before receiving this box, I can say I have never tried this brand before- but I’ve heard about it. I love trying out new brands.

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I showered the next day, to test these products out…. and fell in love. First off, the smell of these products is divine. The directions say: use the shampoo & then rise. Next, put the hair masque on & let it sit for about 5 minutes, then rinse. My hair instantly felt smoother and softer, while I was washing it out. (i love that feeling!)

The resistance line is meant for damaged hair, so if you use heat tools or damaged your hair from dyeing it- this line is for you.

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After my hair air dried it felt very soft, nourished, smooth, and smelled SO GOOD. I am going to purchase these at my local Target after I use them all up. The quality of these hair products is worth the money you’d spend (they are more than your average drug store shampoo). I have used them for about 2 weeks now, and I felt it was enough time to give my honest review.  You can find the hair masque here.

If you are curious on trying these out- I say go for it! It wouldn’t hurt to try out a bottle of shampoo to see if you like it!

xo

*I was given this box complimentary of Influenster for testing/reviewing purposes, all opinions are my own.