Sunday, 17 June 2018

Hallelujah Hair Oil

I truly do have a love/hate relationship with my hair. 
As a general rule of thumb, no matter what I do with it it tends to look a bit like a birds nest. Over the years I've tried countless products that have promised to give me the hair of my dreams with no avail, as try as I might, it always looks as flat as a pancake.
So being ever the hair optimist, when Forest & Shore* contacted me to ask if I would be interested in trying their Hallelujah Hair Oil I jumped at the chance. 
Not only are Forest & Shore 100% natural and organic, their products are completely free of any pesky synthetic ingredients AND they don't test on animals - all of which is good in my book. 
The Hallelujah Hair Oil promises to repair dry, damaged locks (which if you're anything like me, years of bleaching and colouring has left my hair on the brittle side) while smoothing the follicles to leave your hair feeling silky and conditioned. 
It contains oils such as coconut, lavender (two of my favourites), rosemary, olive, sesame and arnica so it smells like an absolute dream as well as being packed full of goodness.
It can be used either post -wash before blow drying, or left on overnight for a more intensive condition. I've tried it both ways and found that my hair feels smooth and shiny without feeling weighed down like some oils do.
From an aesthetic point of view, the bottle certainly looks pleasing to the eye and the packaging gives you the feeling the product is far more expensive than its £14 price tag. Being glass it's also much more environmentally friendly and I think it's great that more and more companies are moving away from plastic. A little goes a long way and for fine hair like mine, one or two pipettes full is ample and barely makes a dent in the bottle!
Have you tried any Forest & Shore products?

This item was kindly gifted to me for review but all opinions and views are my own.


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