haircare · review

Sukin’ Shampoo and Conditioner

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A little about the company 

“Sukin is an environmentally conscious, natural personal care company from Australia. We offer over 50 products carefully crafted using ingredients that are the best nature has to offer.

Our aim is to offer luxurious, natural products that are not only effective but are affordable allowing even the budget conscious consumer the opportunity to purchase high quality, natural skin, hair and body care for all the family.

Sukin is proud Australian brand, dedicated to offering the ultimate in natural personal care, free from the myriad of harsh chemicals used in many products on the market today. Sukin products do not contain Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS), Sodium Laureth Sulphate (SLES),  synthetic fragrances, animal derivatives, harsh detergents, propylene glycol, artificial colours, triethanolamine, mineral oils, EDTA, or parabens.”

http://www.sukinorganics.com

My experience

I received these samples while staying in a hotel and was excited to be able to try something from this brand because I have heard good things about them, I was able to get 3 washes out of them. The smell of both the shampoo and conditioner is great, it smells like cake batter.

The shampoo doesn’t really lather up which is good because it means it doesn’t have sulphate in it and the conditioner went on nicely. Initially after you wash your hair, it feels really nice and soft and stayed that way (this may also be because I use the Nuxe oil as well, read review here). After a couple of days I noticed that my scalp became dry and flaky and after reading a few other reviews it seems that this was something that others were experiencing as well, so I know that there is a chance it was caused by the shampoo/conditioner instead of an outside factor.

Would I purchase it? Probably not as there are other products that have worked better for my hair.

Available: It is available in Priceline

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