Thanks to a recommendation from reader, Sihui, I scored a tube of the Marc Anthony Full Blow Out Lotion from Watsons and have been using it daily now. Sihui had told me that the product works wonder for her as she found that her hair had thickened quite a fair bit. Desperate to have my hair looking fuller, I decided to give it a try even though the brand isn’t in the natural category. But surprisingly, this Canadian product is free from parabens and alcohol.
I don’t like using soap bars on my face but other than that, I’m quite game to use them on my hair or body. Somehow, they appeal to me in a certain strange way and that’s probably why I couldn’t resist buying this J.R. Liggett’s Old Fashion Bar Shampoo soap even though I don’t really need it. I suspect I bought it because I was captivated by the packaging – don’t you think it looks quaint?
I’m actually more careful with my hair than with my skin and this is probably why you see fewer hair products reviewed on this blog. However, I’ve been rather bored using the same shampoo over such a prolonged period and decided to try some new products. So I ventured to buy the Avalon Organics Biotin B-Complex Therapy Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner from Watsons, especially after reading some positive reviews up on iHerb.com.
After searching high and low for an organic/natural shampoo that doesn’t break the bank and doesn’t compromise on the content in the ingredient list, I settled for the Logona Essential Nettle Care Shampoo and have been using it for a while now. I used to use John Masters’ shampoo but as much as I loved it, I wanted something cheaper that works as well. Logona’s shampoo cost the same price but I get almost double the quantity in the bottle, and because the shampoo is shared between my husband and me, I was sold. And after using it for quite some time now, I’d have to admit it’s not too bad really.