Friday, 24 January 2020

Rescue my hair|Shampoo bar|Review


I’ve been trying out this shampoo bar on the children’s hair. I’ve been wanting to switch them to a packaged free shampoo solution for a while. This particular bar is named pollution patrol.

We live in a very busy city, despite being voted a green city we have a lot of cars on the road and a lot of factory’s here so I imagine air pollution is pretty high. If I don’t wash my hair daily it actually rinses blackish dirty water where I have a build up of pollution. I only wash the children’s hair about once weekly so I thought this would be a great way to cleanse their beautiful locks of all those nasties flying around the atmosphere.


My thoughts:
The smell is incredible very fresh and fragrant.
The texture is beautiful very creamy, it has great emulsion and i was surprised how a small amount covered their hair(especally Roman's hair as its much thicker) I imagined it would feel gripy like soap bars but it didn't at all. I was also very pleased that it left their hair soft and tangle free I only needed to use half the amount of condition I would normally use on both. Bela has wavy curly hair so I like to keep it hydrated and Roman's gets tangled very very easily so I was happy that tangles were not present whilst using this bar!
After use both of their hair smelt wonderful and fresh and felt super soft. Their hair looks hydrated with a nice sheen but not a greasy shine! I was  actually able to run a comb through Romans hair and that NEVER happens without tears!

Overall I would give this product a 10/10. I will definitely purchase again.

*LLABP gifted for review. All thoughts are my own.
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