Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Cruelty-Free Favourite Posts #2



I love reading other beauty blogs, and what I love even more is when I see a review and think 'hey, that's cruelty-free!' So to show my blogger appreciation, here are some of the posts I've been enjoying this month. All the products featured in these posts are cruelty-free and suitable for vegetarians or vegans.

Efflorescent Dream's The Easiest Galaxy Mani In The Universe

Alexandra's awesome manicures were the first thing I noticed about her blog; quirky and cute, plus she's a fellow Barry M fan.

Ghost Parties' A Lush Haul

Kate's photos are so dreamy. If you're looking for aspirational life inspiration, her blog is the place to go.

A Thrifty Mrs' Naturally Radiant Brightening Hot Cloth Cleanser Review

Fantastic tips if you're looking to save some pennies whilst still looking and feeling stylish.

Smells Like A Green Spirit's Making Brush Cleaning Fun

Liz is one of the many green beauty bloggers out there showing us all a more natural approach to cosmetics. I might actually clean my make up brushes now!

Lovely Jubbly's Salon Sunday: Lush Solid Shampoo & Conditioner

Jessica's blog is down to earth with crisp photos and honest reviews that are also super fun to read.


Which blogs have you been loving lately? What have been your favourite products this month?

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Dr Organic Rose Otto Shampoo & Conditioner

Dr Organic Rose Otto Shampoo & Conditioner Review

Dr Organic is a natural, organic brand from Wales (my homeland). Both this shampoo and conditioner are free from SLS and parabens and best of all, not tested on animals
If you're a fan of rose scented products you will love these; the gorgeous rosy smell fills the bathroom and then ever so subtly lingers in your hair afterwards.

Dr Organic Rose Otto Shampoo
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans

This shampoo really cleans your hair without stripping it; my hair is looking so much healthier after just a few weeks of using it and actually seems less prone to grease. If you're just switching to natural shampoos, you'll find that they don't lather up like regular ones, which can take some getting used to. This shampoo is better for lathering than other natural shampoos I've tried and is easy to get a good lather going.

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans

I like to use a lot of conditioner, but this one is so good I don't feel the need to. I leave it on for about two minutes to work its magic and my hair is left soft and silky. I also have less tangles after washing!

I've tried washing shampoo first and then conditioner with these, but I get better results with reverse washing (I think because my hair is quite oily). They leave my hair feeling light, clean and bouncy. I'm so pleased with the results and would absolutely recommend these to anyone wanting to get a bit of shine and life back into their hair.


Have you tried anything from the Dr Organic range?
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