Friday, 1 October 2010

Liz Earle: Naturally Active Haircare

Morning lovely people!

I was lucky enough to be sent some of the new haircare range from Liz Earle and thought I'd tell you all about it...

The range itself has been years in the making and you can tell the ingredients have been tested and the differing conditioners well planned. It's a refreshing change to have just one shampoo and then a dedicated conditioner for your hair type. I'm usually the one in the supermarket aisle holding two bottles of shampoo thinking "I have coloured hair, but it's also limp...which one?!"
It arrived beautifully packaged, wrapped in tissue. The tube itself isn't overly fussy, quite simple with clean lines and colours.

The smell isn't overpowering, and would suit women, men or children. I got a hint of refreshers with the conditioner - I couldn't work out what scent it was for ages! It's really nice though.
And I love the fact the have clear instructions on how to use the conditioner, many ranges don't mention that the conditioner really only needs applying from mid lengths to ends... Liz Earle does!

One thing I will say is that I had to take more care when combing my hair before blow drying. My hair felt quite dry, and I was concerned first up that it hadn't helped my hair at all. But once I'd dried my hair it felt soft and was incredibly manageable, it wasn't static or flyaway or too heavy. It also helped the shine of my hair, with a few people asking me if I'd coloured my hair (I haven't for more than 2 months!)
And there is another really know if you've used the conditioner incorrectly. You are left with greasy, lank hair after a day. So read your instructions wisely! You have been warned! :)

I have never used any Liz Earle products before, due to price mainly, however the haircare range may have me converted. At £7.50 for a 200ml tube it isn't cheap, but a little shampoo goes a long way, I've been using this regularly for the past fortnight (I wash my hair around 3/4 times in 7 days) and I still have more than half a tube left.
So if you haven't tried it yet, get yourself over to the website, a small bottle costs £4.00 so you can see if you like the range before purchasing the bigger bottle...are you going to give it a go? And if you have already what did you think?


  1. I love Liz Earle and have wanted to try this for ages! I wish they'd send me some haha. Thanks for the honest review :) x

  2. I have been dying to get my hands on some Liz Earle products!!

    I answered you on my blog but will answer here as well! lol.

    I do think that the wipes would be good for sensitive skin. I don't have overly sensitive skin I have found other wipes to be slightly irritating, but there is no irritation with these ones!

  3. Nice packaging and a great review, Kel. xxx

  4. I really like Liz Earle products, will definitely be looking at their new haircare, the packaging is nice and simple. Thanks for the review! x

  5. I've heard a few bits and pieces about this brand now, I might need to give it a wee try :) Thank you for the nice comment on my last post missus, youre a wee star! xx

  6. Sounds good, i so want to try this x

  7. Lovely stuff! I too have tried the hair care and really liked it. Being a colour addict I went for the dry/damaged conditioner and athough I can't really just put it on my mid legths and ends (mid lengths, ha!) I haven't suffered too much with the grease monster, thankfully. Have you tried their Hot Cloth Cleanser? It is gorge! xx


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