It's paraben and sulphate free formula means it's great for coloured hair, and the awapuhi extract moisturises leaving hair with shine and manageable. KeraTriplex (an exclusive blend of keratin protein) rebuilds and repairs hair and is featured in both the shampoo (£16.95) and conditioner. The Keratin Cream Rinse (£18.95) is thick and a little goes a long way, it really helps to detangle hair, and before I chopped mine off it was great at tackling tangles. Of course, one of the really great things about Paul Mitchell products is the fact they don't test on animals.
The blurb on the back says it's suitable for all hair types, and ideal for chemically processed and colour-treated hair, however I found the shampoo and conditioner a little too moisturising. My hair felt heavy if I used both products, so found just using the shampoo and then the conditioner once a week. If your hair is dry and in need of moisture, this shampoo and conditioner combo would work well, I'd say for ladies who have perhaps overdone the bleach or find their hair to need a lot of moisture. This is definitely one to treat damaged hair and get it back to its best!