TBS Honey Moisturizing Shampoo & Conditioner

5.5.09
Today I am going to write about a couple of hair care products I was using during last year. They are the Honey Moisturizing Shampoo and the Honey Moisturizing Conditioner from The Body Shop. To be honest, they were my first attempt to take care seriously of my hair. Until then, I had been using cheapy brands like Pantene or Garnier, and I must admit that paying more than double what I paid before was painful but interesting.
The experience with this range of products was pretty good: I was looking for products which would help me with my damaged hair, because I had been experimenting with coloration and I have always had very thin hair. So these products seemed to be good options.
What they promise:

HONEY MOISTURIZING SHAMPOO:

Best if you want to: Say goodbye to dry hair with a creamy shampoo that helps restore moisture and softness for naturally shiny, healthy hair.
Best for: dry, damaged or chemically-treated hair
How it works: Community Trade organic honey moisturizes and conditions hair and adds shine.
Community Trade Brazil nut oil and Community Trade organic olive oil moisturize and soften hair. Wheat and Brazil nut amino acids add moisture, softness and manageability.

Opinion: This shampoo has got a thick texture which makes very little foam. It is really creamy and that is the feeling you get when you apply it to your hair. The most remarkable feature is the amazing smell. The honey scent is awesome and I must add it also smells like caramel. It is delicious! It makes your hair really soft and shiny but it works best in combination with the conditioner from the same range.
HONEY MOISTURIZING CONDITIONER:
Best if you want to: Soothe stressed tresses with a moisturizing conditioner that quenches dry hair to restore softness and shine.
Best for: dry, damaged or chemically-treated hair
How it works: Community Trade organic honey moisturizes and conditions hair and adds shine.
Community Trade bananas from Ecuador, Community Trade Brazil nut oil, Community Trade organic olive oil and Community Trade sesame seed oil moisturize, condition and soften hair. Wheat and Brazil nut amino acids add moisture, softness and manageability.
Opinion: I think that this is really the star, the must-have. The properties of this shampoo are basically hydration and shine but especially a delicious scent. It is more noticeable than in the case of the shampoo, mainly honey, but with a delicate touch of nut oil. It made my hair look really soft and although the scent did not last for a long time, the moment you apply it in the shower it is the yummiest I have ever tried.




2 comentarios on "TBS Honey Moisturizing Shampoo & Conditioner"
  1. Hiya, just came across your blog :) I want to give TBS's shampoo&conditioner's a try but I love my foam so I'm on the fence with this!

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  2. You can give it a try anyway, I think it's worth it. You can try the conditioner first. And thanks for commenting!

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