A few weeks ago, I was staying at my parents for a bit, I realised I didn’t have any shampoo and conditioner with me, and the one my mum had in the shower just didn’t agree with my hair – I was left with a greasy mop on my head!
I happened to be shopping in Home Bargains, when I saw the Creightons Clay Balancing Shampoo and Conditioner on offer for 99p each. I thought I would give them a try and hope for the best – I wasn’t expecting too much in all honesty!
The Shampoo and Conditioner are from the Clay range, which I found super interesting. I mean I use clay-based face masks all the time, but could the concept work for my hair as well? The product claims it is perfect for those who have oily roots and dry ends – which is totally me, and probably why I wash my hair every day as I get such greasy roots, my hair looks horrific!
The shampoo and conditioner both come in 250ml green and silver bottles, which actually look a lot more expensive than they are. The shampoo didn’t lather that well, so I had to use a bit more than I usually would, but as I have fairly short hair, I didn’t see this being too much of a problem. After rinsing, my hair felt really clean and fresh. I don’t always use a conditioner every time I wash my hair, but this conditioner is so light, and doesn’t weigh my hair down at all, I have found myself using it every time I wash my hair.
My hair was left feeling clean, fresh, light and not at all greasy – I have still been washing my hair every day since buying this shampoo and conditioner, but I think that is more out of habit than necessity.
Both the shampoo and conditioner have a really gorgeous scent, which I could still smell on my hair the following day – its a really light fresh fragrance. So far, I have really enjoyed using both the shampoo and conditioner, and I think I would repurchase both again when I run out.
I picked up my shampoo and conditioner from Home Bargains, or for more products from Creightons, take a look at their website HERE.
Have you ever used the Clay Shampoo and Conditioner? Or any other products from Creightons? What did you think? Let me know in the comments.