Faith In Nature Hair Care Reviews
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Customer Faith In Nature Hair Care Reviews (6)
by - written on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 199 readings)
*****This is a review for Faith in Nature Aloe Vera Conditioner***** I have been using this conditioner for about a year now, occasionally I switch to another brand but I always switch back, for a very simple reason - its brilliant value for money. Natural products tend to be quite expensive, and often mail order, (so you pay p&p too) but this is only £3.99 and can be purchased from Oxfam shops and most health food shops, as well as from various websites. It's also very effective, keeping my hair soft and shiny, which is a challenge, as I straighten my hair a lot, and swim in a chlorinated pool regularly too. It has quite a thin consistency, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/09 (Very useful, 233 readings)
I have tried both the Faith in Nature shampoo and conditioner in Aloe Vera. I chose these products because I am concerned about both the affect of chemicals on the environment and myself. Faith in Nature products contain naturally sourced ingredients, no artifical colours or perfumes,no parabens or SLES (which has been linked to cancers amongst other illnesses) and they're not tested on animals. Faith In Nature is a brand that produces many environmentally friendly tolietries. They also produce a branch of household products and ingredients under the name Clear Spring which I also use, and am impressed with. You can visit their website www.faithinnature.co.uk for a full . Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/09 (Very useful, 383 readings)
********This review is for the Seaweed Shampoo and Conditioner********* My hairdresser always advises me to use shampoo and conditioner, and then when it runs out to use another one, to never use the same because your hair and scalp get used to it. So that is what I do, I buy a shampoo and conditioner, use it then move on to the next. I also get my hair coloured quite regularly and I have suffered with a dry scalp for a while, but lately it was getting itchy too. I work with a women who is of the hippy variety and she always has some natural remedy up her sleeve (for everything) so I asked her what would be good for my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/01/10 (Very useful, 328 readings)
This review is for the Faith in Nature Lavender and Geranium shampoo. Every so often I go through phases of wanting to use all natural beauty products, generally after reading some scary newspaper or magazine article about the effects that chemicals can have on people, disrupting our hormones and staying in our bodies for ages. I bought this Faith in Nature shampoo because it has no parabens or SLES (which is sodium lauryl ether sulphate, which some people say is a carcinogen, although this is controversial). It's also fully biodegradable and contains no artifical preservatives or colours. In addition, it's completely vegan and not tested on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/10, updated on 25/10/11 (Very useful, 357 readings)
~~Hemp and Meadowfoam Shampoo and Conditioner~~ I like to keep a selection of shampoo's and conditioner's because I think that it is beneficial for my hair to rotate products so that the hair dosn't get used to one particular kind. Also it depends on what kind of treatment I need for my hair and scalp at the time. My hair has become pretty dry recently, on the ends, so that was my main motivation to purchase the above product type from Faith in Nature. I am vegan and I like pretty natural products if possible - though the main priority is no testing on animals and no animal ingredients. So you can imagine my delight when I was in the Nutricentre, ... Read the complete review
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Faith In Nature Hemp & Meadowfoam Shampoo - natural, good value, vegan, great hair none!
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Faith in Nature Chocolate Shampoo - nice smell, cleans well & adds shine watery, need a lot per wash, dries out hair
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