You NEED This: Carol’s Daughter Rosemary Mint Purifying Shampoo and a Carol’s Daughter Rosemary Mint Purifying Conditioner Review
The Muse has some wild hair. Wavy, curly, long…tis wicked untamed and crazy. To tame it I use a bit of gel, slick it back, slap it in a bun, and place a headband on. It keeps my hair under wraps and under control when I’m working because I can’t stand to have it in my face when I’m at work.
My hair is typically dry and craves a rich conditioner however I also like to keep it free from silicones so I stick to using Lush hair care to keep everything under control. Per my norm routine I clarify my hair once a week with Lush Big as this gets my hair super squeaky clean.
Although I wash my hair every day its still has a fair bit of build up such as oil, product build up (the gel I use), etc…it gets heavy, lackluster, and just difficult to deal with. Lush Big deals with all these problems and gets my hair back under control again however it’s seriously drying, like scary hay hair!
Recently, I got a chance to test out the new Carol’s Daughter Rosemary Mint Purifying Shampoo and Conditioner. I honestly didn’t expect much but I came out of it thinking I had to tell you all how much you need it!
First off I absolutely adore that there is a Carol’s Daughter Rosemary Mint Purifying Shampoo and a Carol’s Daughter Rosemary Mint Purifying Conditioner. I’m always left feeling slightly rejected by Lush since they don’t make a companion conditioner for Big and you’re left to your own devices to select a conditioner to join up with it. I like things in pairs people, dunno about you but when it comes to hair care I like stuff to have the same scent and such.
Now the bottle says the ultimate hair detox which totally raises a red flag for me. Anything that brags about being the ultimate anything automatically makes me think, “This is so not going to work!” But turns out they have a lot to boast about here.
The products sport a nice minty fresh scent. You don’t get the rosemary much in the blend so it isn’t herbal but more pure, fresh mint or at least to my nose it is. It’s ideal for purifying hair and getting it in amazing shape. It’ll rinse clean oil, dirt, and product build up to leave your hair lighter, deeply cleansed, and beautiful. When I clarify my hair I feel like I’m carrying around 20lbs less weight on top of my shoulders and this does just that, makes my hair feel lighter and fresher.
Both the shampoo and the conditioner are free from silicones and made with moisturizing marine and rosemary extracts, peppermint and jojoba oils, as well as other organic ingredients. After use your scalp will fairly whistle it’ll be so clean. The peppermint oil in the blend gives a cooling, invigorating feel as well which is quite appealing considering I absolutely love mint in anything.
All in all Carol’s Daughter Rosemary Mint Shampoo and Conditioner are absolute winners for me. This will easily replace my pot of Lush Big as it doesn’t dry my hair out as it clarifies; it simply leaves my hair soft, shiny, and more management minus build up, dirt, and oil.
Absolutely loves it and Muse Approves it for purchase.
If you’re locks are in need of an extra deep clean, get these, your hair will thank you for it.
Available now for $16 each or as a duo for $28.50 at www.carolsdaughter.com
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