Edible Haircare

Well, not exactly. I love Klorane's hair products because they're all made from plant extracts. Having long hair, it's important to take good care of it.
I use Klorane's oak milk shampoo. You can get it on sasa.com.
It doesn't foam a lot, which is a good thing, because foaming comes from harsh ingredients like sodium laureth sulfate. This shampoo rinses off easily and you're left with soft, clean hair that doesn't tangle.
Once a week, I use Klorane's mango butter hair mask. I smooth a big spoonful of this delicious cream into my hair, avoiding the scalp. Leave it in for 10 minutes (or 20 minutes in a warm towel for deep conditioning), rinse it off, and vibrant, silky hair is guaranteed for the rest of the week.


alien man?! said...

hehehe, i bet you get more readers than you think

i, myself, am guilty of having been a lurker here for a while +_+

cheryl said...

haha i read your blog too, hope u like my content cos i'm a real nerd!

Nic Nic said...

oo that shampoo sounds very chemical free, even the organic shampoo i bought once had foam in!

cheryl said...

nic nic: hi! well, u do need a LITTLE sodium laureth sulfate mainly to de-grease & a bit of foaming can help to remove dirt. give Klorane a try! i came across this by chance & have been using it ever since.

' * : . b | u 3 . : * ' said...

i'm going to check this out too....hopefully i can find it in canada. Thanks for mentioning it!