October 11, 2013

Rahua Rainforest Grown Shampoo

Rahua Rainforest Grown Shampoo

I’m one of those unlucky people who have to wash their hair everyday.  Over the years I’ve tried to extend the time between washes, trying new products and a mix of dry shampoos but nothing puts me in a bad mood more than unclean hair.  I simply can’t do it.  It also doesn’t help the fact that if I leave my hair to dry naturally, it ends up in a big ball of frizz.  Sadly my hair does go through a lot on a daily basis.  To counteract all the damage, I’ve recently been looking into haircare products of the organic/sulfate-free variety to see if any products might be able to make my hair last longer or become less damaged and I’ve found just the thing I’ve been looking for.  It doesn’t come cheap, but the Rahua Rainforest Grown Shampoo* certainly does the job.

This gorgeous shampoo is made with organic and 100% natural ingredients including Rahua Oil and Palo Santo Oil.  Free of synthetics, parabens, sulfates and is 100% vegan.  So it’s definitely off to a good start. The shampoo itself is a very thick orange liquid and has a very strong sort of plant like scent to it.  I’m not sure everyone would love the scent but it doesn’t linger around on your hair for too long anyway.

Compared to my other shampoos, it’s formula is a little bit different.  For a sulfate-free shampoo it does still have a pretty good lather to it but if you have long hair you might find you need to use a bit more than usual to make sure your hair is completely clean.  I never found it gave me a squeaky clean, dried out finish but I’ve never had any issues with washing it out properly so it does take some time to get used to.

When I got on to the drying process I used my normal products but I could tell a huge difference just from one use.  Usually after drying my hair I find my hair is a little bit dry but after using this my hair felt very nourished and stronger than it’s felt in a long time.  Over the years my hair has gone through a lot of colouring from red, blonde, brunette, black etc so it feels lovely to get it back to a healthy and strong state.  When I’m next colouring my hair I’ll be getting a good use out of this stuff.

Sadly as it’s quite an expensive shampoo at £27 per 275ml, I won’t be using it everyday.  However I will be saving it for when my hair needs a bit of extra help and nourishment and maybe using it on a weekly basis so it lasts a bit longer.  If you’ve recently coloured your hair and are looking to add a bit more moisture back into your hair or to help with breakage I’d highly recommend picking a bottle of this stuff up, it will save your hair trust me!

*PR Sample
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