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Friday, December 3, 2010

Liz Earle Botanical Shine Shampoo and Conditioner review

Two months ago now, I was sent the Liz Earle Botanical Shine Shampoo and Conditioner to try and review on my blog.
These two products have taken many years of developing, before they could actually have the all natural, effective formulation we all know today, and they were definitely worth the wait!
The Liz Earle Botanical Shine Shampoo and Conditioner are both Sodium lauryl/laureth sulphate-free, paraffin and paraben-free, and contain a list of many great naturally active ingredients such as Aloe Vera, West African Shea (harvested by a women cooperative in Africa), Sweet Orange Oil, Vitamin E, Rosemary Oil, Vanilla, Cedarwood, Lemon Oil, Apple Oil, Carrot Oil, Geranium and Patchouli (to have a full insight of how you can beneficiate from these ingredients, click here).
The first thing you're going to notice is their incredibly beautiful smell, which is really one of the most pleasant I have ever smelled. You can detect the fruity components immediately.
The Shampoo cleanse very well, lathers up really well, and give your hair a great, healthy shine. Hair is left soft and light.
I finished it just the other day, and I am definitely going to repurchase it.
This shampoo is also suitable for ALL HAIR TYPES, which makes it great for family purposes. A 200 ml tube of this retails for £ 7.50 and will last 2 months if you are the only one who uses it, once every 3 days. And bear in mind, my hair is very long!

The Botanical Shine Conditioner is available 3 types (dependently on the hair type). I was sent the Normal Hair one, which I have yet to finish (and it's been 2 months). It contains more or less the same ingredients as the shampoo, with the addition of Blue Seakale Extacts, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, and Yangu Oil (again, for an insight on the ingredients, check this page out).
This conditioner leaves the hair soft and shiny without building too much on it. You only need this on the lenghts of the hair, and again, it smells divine!
This also retails for £ 7.50 for a 200ml tube, and I think it is definitely good value for the money.

With both products, a little goes a long way.
They rapidly have grown on me as my all time favorites, and I honestly think they will be the only shampoo and conditioner I'd ever use from now on.
I highly recommend you try these products if you are going to order from Liz Earle, as there are also 50ml tubes retailing for £4,00 on the site.

Also, check out Liz Earle's Christmas gifts and sets offers on the site, I think they'll all be a very welcome gift, especially with the extra care the staff takes when wrapping up your purchase!
The wintry, Christmas packaging - looking like tartan - is really really cute!

 My opinion on these products is 100% enthusiastic, and I am going to repurchase them as they are FANTASTIC!

PS: I apologize for the pictures, I've taken them from the official site. Packaging is really sturdy, but I was just too lazy to take pictures now, as I am exhausted (been working an incredible amount of hours).

Disclaimer: products provided by PR for reviewing consideration. Opinions expressed are honest; no monetary compensation was earned in any way.


  1. thanks for this review sweetie! Sono cosi tentata di fare un ordine su Liz Earle, per provare un po' di prodotti, compresi quelli per corpo e viso! =)

  2. Thanks for your review


  3. anche io mi ci trovo benissimo tanto che all'ultimo ordine ne ho prese altre due confezioni! E' davvero molto buono ^_^