About a month ago, I was very kindly sent a massive box of hair care from the wonderful guys over at the Harley Street Hair Clinic. After using all of the amazing products for quite a while now, I thought I would tell you what I thought of them.
Before I tell you what I thought of the amazing products,let me just say that the packaging was incredible. It all came in a massive gift wrapped box with tons of fancy ribbon. I almost didn’t want to open it, but if I didn’t I couldn’t use all the wonderful goodies inside, haha!
I was very kindly sent, the Neals Yard Remedies Nourishing Rose Shampoo, the Neals Yard Remedies Rosemary and Cedarwood Hair Treatment, the Sachajuan Ocean Mist Volume Shampoo, the Korres Aloe & Dittany Shampoo, and the Phyto Phytoprogenium Intelligent Shampoo.
The Neals Yard Remedies Nourishing Rose Shampoo, is described as a gentle cleansing shampoo combined with vitamin rich Rosehip, Sea Buckthorn, and Passion Flower Oils, to nurture dry, damaged, or coloured hair.
I really like the scent of this. It does smell of Roses, of which i’m not the biggest fan, but it also has a floral but fruity scent. I think it has something to do with the Passion Flower Oils. This meant that I could only faintly smell the Roses, which is perfect for anyone who is after a great cleansing shampoo but doesn’t really like Roses.
As it’s name suggests, it is extremely nourishing, and if I use a lot of it, it can make my hair a little greasy. It’s perfect to use when i’ve been using a little too much of my favourite styling product, and my hair has gone all gunky. One usage of this, and my hair is it’s normal soft, silky, and bouncy self.
The packaging is great. It’s a tall plastic bottle with a push down lid. This is great as it means it won’t leak anywhere.
The Neals Yard Remedies Rosemary and Cedarwood Hair Treatment, is described as a special deep conditioner that stimulates the scalp and revitalises lacklustre hair. It is particularly beneficial for hair affected by dyeing, chlorine, age, or harsh weather.
This is absolutely divine. It just smells like a massive bottle of some kind of essential oil. I can kind of smell the Rosemary and Cedarwood, but as I said, it just smells like a giant bottle of essential oil.
The texture of this kind of threw me a little when I first opened it. With it being a hair treatment, I was expecting it to be a light silky cream, but it’s a massive solid block of oil, and to use it you have to melt it in your hands and run it through your hair. It was a little strange to use at first, but once I had gotten used to it I found it really easy to use.
The packaging is incredibly high quality. It comes in a nice glass jar with a nice shiny glossy lid, which looks beautiful sat on my beauty shelves.
The Sachajuan Ocean Mist Volume Shampoo, is described as a special shampoo with Ocean Silk technology and natural vegetable proteins that gives your hair structure, volume and strength from the inside, and leaves the outside shiny and strong.
This has to be the best smelling one in the bunch. The smell reminds me of Apple Cores and being at the Sea. As i’m typing this, i’m currently sat just sniffing this. Oh it smells so good.
This gave my hair incredible volume, but at the same time left it feeling hydrated, shiny and soft. I was a little worried that it might react badly with my hair as my hair doesn’t like things that volumeises. It for some reason makes it go extremely dry but this was fabulous.
I really like the packaging as it’s very distinctive. It’s fat at the bottom, and thin at the top. Which is great when you’re in a rush and don’t want to search for a bottle of shampoo.
The Korres Aloe & Dittany Shampoo, is described as a shampoo for normal hair containing Organic Dittany extracts, Marjoram, and Mountain Tea from Crete.
This smells gorgeous, and for some reason smells like fruity suncream. I’m not sure why either, but that’s what it smells like. It lathers up into the most fluffiest cloud, and it made my hair feel incredibly soft and silky, so much so that I didn’t even have to use conditioner.
The packaging is again very destinctive. It’s a tall tube shaped bottle with an extremely strong lid, which again means it won’t leak anywhere.
The Phyto Phytoprogenium Intelligent Shampoo, is described as a balancing everyday shampoo that reinforces the scalps natural defence system, and is suitable for all hair types.
This smells fantastic. It’s a little too much on the floral side for me, but after using it for a little while, I really like it. I still don’t think I could use it everyday as it is quite a strong smell, and it does stay in my hair for a good two or three days.
The texture of this is incredibly creamy and lathered up into the most fluffiest cloud. This made my scalp and hair feel incredible. It was so soft and bouncy for days. Because of how creamy it was, I did think it would leave my hair feeling a little dry but no, one use and my hair, and most importantly, felt incredible and extremely soft.
The packaging is incredibly high quality. It feels like it’s glass. I’m not sure if it is in fact glass, or just extremely strong glossy plastic. Whatever it is, I really like it and think it’s a really nice touch.
Overall I would have to rate the Neals Yard Remedies Nourishing Rose Shampoo a nine out of ten, the Neals Yard Remedies Rosemary and Cedarwood Hair Treatment an eight point five out of ten, the Sachajuan Ocean Mist Volume Shampoo a nine point five out of ten, the Korres Aloe & Dittany Shampoo an eight out of ten, and the Phyto Phytoprogenium Intelligent Shampoo an eight point five out of ten.
Each one of these incredible products made my hair in some way or enother feel gorgeous, and I would just like to thank the Harley Street Hair Clinic for sending me this massive box of goodies.
I was sent everything in this post, but all thoughts, opinions, and ramblings are my own.
Have you checked out anything i’ve mentioned? What did you think of them? What’s your favourite haircare products? Please let me know down below.