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I have recently been trying out some beautiful Elemental Herbology haircare and body care products and so I wanted to share some of my favourites with you all.
As I have quite fine hair, I don't use conditioner every single time I wash my hair, and I have found that the Elemental Herbology Shiny Locks Shampoo* (£15.00 for 290ml) works a treat without needing conditioner. This is a gently cleansing and restorative shampoo that strengthens the hair, adds volume and leaves the hair looking and feeling super smooth and shiny. The formula contains Lavender to help soothe the scalp and promote healthy hair growth, Wheat Proteins to fortify and thicken the hair, whilst also adding volume and shine, and Grapefruit which is rich in Vitamin C to strengthen the hair follicles which can promote hair growth. The Shiny Locks Shampoo smells beautifully fresh and invigorating, which is perfect for on a morning and the bottle has a pump applicator, which I find so convenient whilst in the shower. As this is such a fortifying shampoo, it is great for me personally, particularly at the moment as soon I will be put into a false menopause ready for my fourth endometriosis surgery, which was delayed from July 2020, and I often suffer a lot of hair loss due to the hormones, so I am looking forward to carrying on using this to keep my hair thicker and healthier.
If you have been here a while, you will know how much I love my baths - I find they really help to relax my mind and body, especially if I am having a bad pain day or my anxiety is high. Therefore, I love to incorporate beautiful products into my bath time routine to really amp up my bath game and get a touch of luxury. The Elemental Herbology Lemongrass & Nutmeg Body Wash* (£19.00 for 290ml) contains a blend of natural oils and botanicals to restore both the body and mind. The Body Wash has a delightful, rejuvenating scent to it and you can tell just by smelling it that it contains high quality natural oils. Key ingredients include Lemongrass to clear the mind and restore clarity, Nutmeg to invigorate the skin, helping to awaken the mind and ease tension, and Black Pepper to help recharge and energise the body and mind, increasing focus. It too has a pump dispenser, and this delicious body wash is such a treat to use, keeping the skin nourished, clean and smelling beautiful.
To go with the Body Wash, I love the Elemental Herbology Lemongrass & Nutmeg Body Cream* (£25.00 for 290ml). It contains exactly the same key ingredients as the Body Wash - the Lemongrass, Nutmeg and Black Pepper, so I won't repeat myself by listing the benefits of these ingredients, but the Body Cream smells just as lovely as the Body Wash. This Body Cream also has a pump dispenser, which is super quick and easy to use, and the formula itself is a lightweight, rejuvenating body cream that is infused with those luscious natural oils and botanicals to deeply hydrate the skin, leaving it looking and feeling smooth and revitalised. Even though it is a lightweight formula, it still deeply nourishes the skin and there is no greasy residue left over, nor does it take long to soak into the skin. This is such a wonderful product to use, especially after a day in the sunshine.
Oils are a skin's best friend, and I have really been enjoying using the Elemental Herbology Rejuvenate Bath & Body Oil* (£28.00 for 145ml). This heavenly Bath & Body Oil comes in a glass bottle complete with handy pump dispenser. The formula contains a blend of natural ingredients, including Lemongrass to help clear the mind and restore clarity, Ho Leaf to help to warm and relax the body and Nutmeg to invigorate the skin, helping to awaken the mind and ease tension. Sometimes I will pop a little in my bath to help relieve tension and to aid relaxation or if my skin is particularly dry, I like to apply it straight onto my body. Even though this is an oil, it melts into the skin really easily and doesn't leave behind a greasy residue, but does leave my skin feeling as good as new and wonderfully nourished.
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All the Loves,