I'm Back!!!! I've just returned from a great holiday in Los Angeles and Las Vegas where I've been for a couple of weeks. Look out for my post soon on everything I got up to there. The blog has been a bit quiet in October as I just didn't have a chance to write anything that I could schedule to post while on holiday, so hopefully regular service will resume now. Also look out for my competition that will be starting in November. Anyway, I will stop waffling on and get on with my post.
I was sent some products from Maple Holistics to try out recently and after using them a number of times here's what I thought of them.
Argan Special Formula Shampoo* - this shampoo is for all scalp types and contains argan, jojoba, almond, peach kernel, camellia seed, avocado and botanical keratin for maximum hair nourishment and therapeutic action. It's sulfate free and not tested on animals. On first application it doesn't lather at all, you leave it on for a couple of minutes to absorb before rinsing and then repeat. The 2nd application lathers up nicely. This product has a lovely scent that's not too strong and I can smell a faint scent on my hair the next day. I really like this shampoo it cleans my hair nicely and I only have to use a small amount of product for each application.
Silk 18 Conditioner* - this conditioner contains 18 different silk amino acids to improve moisture retention capacity, including alanine, glycine and serine. I only had to apply this product once after shampooing my hair and my hair feels really silky and soft after use. It has a lovely scent that again isn't too strong.
Maple Holistics has one goal in mind, to provide a natural, holistic range of premium products which can enhance hygiene, health and daily living. Only the purest and highest quality ingredients are used in each product, maximising the therapeutic potential for each specific area of health. None of their products contain any ingredients which have been tested on animals and they are all vegan-friendly.
Maple Holistics is an American brand which can be found here at www.mapleholistics.com. Some of their products are also available on Amazon.co.uk although prices are higher.
*I received this product free but my review is completely my own and I was not paid for this post.