*This post contains gifted items.
As I was in hospital for 20 more days than originally planned, I didn't have my hair washed for over three weeks, nor did I have a hairbrush and visitors weren't allowed due to Covid. So when I got home, I had no choice but to cut my long hair to chin length. I was gutted, but due to it being so matted, it was beyond help and I figured it was a good time to take care of my hair going forward.
I have been trying out some haircare products from the brand Tints of Nature, a company who are all about natural healthy hair colour and hair care products. For over 20 years, they have been passionate about producing high performance products that are not only affordable, ethical and as natural as possible, but kinder to you and your hair.
Starting off with the Tints of Nature Hydrate Shampoo* and Conditioner* (£7.49 each 250ml, 200ml), this powerhouse duo intensely hydrate and moisturise coloured hair using an ultra conditioning blend of natural and organic ingredients to leave the hair healthy, silky and shiny. I have been using this pairing for a month now, and I could start to see an improvement in my hair within just a couple of weeks. The formula is developed with natural and organic ingredients such as Lecithin, Aloe and Sunflower that work to gently clean, condition and moisturise the hair and is free from parabens, sulphates and colour-stripping salts. The Hydrate Conditioner has been specially formulated with Chamomile, Sweet Almond Oil and Jojoba Seed Oil to help strengthen and gently condition for more manageable hair. I have highlighted hair and this doesn't seem to dull my hair whatsoever, instead it looks brighter and shinier.
As I was recovering from two major surgeries, all the goodness went from my skin and hair to concentrate on healing my body, and so to further protect and moisturise my hair, I have been using the Tints of Nature Seal & Shine Leave-In Conditioner* (£7.49 for 200ml). This comes in a bottle with a mist applicator for ease of use, and is made with gentle and conditioning ingredients like Aloe, Comfrey and Maidenhair Fern. The formula is vegan friendly, cruelty free and does not contain any plastics or silicones. You can apply this to dry, towel-dried or wet hair, simply spritzing on and leaving to dry, and it will form a protective barrier between your hair and UV rays. The nourishing formula protects the hair without weighing it down or feeling sticky on the hair like some leave-in conditioners can do, which is great for me as I have quite fine hair.
If you have super dry or damaged hair, then I would highly recommend the Tints of Nature Hydrate Treatment* (£10.00 for 140ml). This powerful blend of natural and organic ingredients naturally nourishes and moisturises dry and damaged hair, to leave it looking and feeling softer and healthier. The unique colour-safe formula naturally nourishes and moisturises the hair from the inside out, so your hair is beautifully soft. The formula contains Sweet Almond Oil, Chamomile and Wheat Proteins that work harmoniously to repair and restore dry, heat damaged hair. After shampooing, apply 4-8 pumps depending on the length of your hair, from root to tips on towel dried hair and comb through. Sit back and relax for 15 minutes (or more if you have the time), and then rinse thoroughly before following with the Tints of Nature Hydrate Conditioner. Rinse and blow dry to reveal beautifully soft and healthy hair in minutes!
You can find the Tints of Nature Hair Care collection online here.
All the Loves,
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