I have been trying out Liz Earle's newest hair care treatment that is their Botanical Shine Treatment that came out at the beginning of February.
It is targeted at those with frizzy, coarse or very dry hair that suits me perfectly as i have quite dry hair.
The directions suggest to wash your hair first with shampoo, squeeze all the water out of your hair and then leave on for 10 minutes or for 30 minutes if you want a more deep treatment. What it didnt suggest on the bottle or the website was if you were to use this as a replacement to conditioner or to just use this after shampoo and leave it at that. I used my initiate and used conditioner after the hair treatment as it wasnt a product that was to replace conditioner such as a deep conditioning treatment but more of a treatment to make hair shine.
As with all Liz Earle hair care products it contains natural active ingredients. It contains a blend of red algae to enhance the hairs natural barrier, cotton extract to improve smoothness and sumac wax to smooth and tame unmanageable hair.
I think that it fits in well with the current Liz Earle hair care range and is a lovely addition to the Shampoo and Conditioner. The packaging is similar the only difference is that at 150ml it is a slightly smaller tube, but the scent is exactly the same and smells of oranges.
After washing my hair is noticeably shinier and a little easier to manage. If i leave my hair to dry naturally it usually dries crazily wavy and slightly frizzy but this left my hair looking smooth.
It smells absolutely lovely and it really is a citrus scent that lasts well on the hair, even when it has been dried and straightened i can still smell the treatment even after pairing it with my favourite Aussie Shampoo & Conditioner! Again another Liz Earle product that gets the thumbs up from me!
The Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment retails for £14.00 for a 150ml tube.
You can pick yours up now from Liz Earle stores, John Lewis and the Liz Earle Website.
Have you tried this?