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Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment

Please please forgive the stock image there…unusually for me I forgot to take photographs before I started using the product and my bottle has been kicking around the bottle of the shower for a little while now, lets just say it’s not so photogenic any more!

So I’m a big fan of the Liz Earle Shampoo and Conditioner (note to self – order more!) and have got through three sets of it so far, it seems to really suit my hair and so I had high hopes for the newest product to join the Liz Earle Range. The Botanical Shine Treatment is for frizzy, coarse or unruly hair…my hair isn’t frizzy, it’s thick but not quite coarse but it is definitely unruly!

The Treatment is a blend of red algae, cotton extract and sumac wax to smooth and tame your hair, with a blend of essential oils and vanilla extract. It smells yummy.

You wash your hair and then  apply the Treatment and then leave it. i leave it for ten minutes while I wash, shave, scrub the rest of me and then rinse it off, but for an extra boost you can leave it on for 30 minutes.

I have been using mine once a week or prior to a special event and have found that it leaves my hair extremely soft and shiny which is lovely. It does tend to get a bit fluffy, but since I always style my hair these days it’s no bother at all, the main thing is soft and shiny hair.  The effect is noticable and I’ve had several people ask if I’ve had my hair cut differently (I haven’t) because it leaves my hair looking so freshly primped and preened!

£14 for 150ml and this seems to be lasting me a long time as a little goes a long way for me.

Available from LizEarle.com

0 responses to “Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment”

  1. Scarlett says:

    I really want to try this! I have been using her Light conditioner as a leave-in (along with copious amounts of mousse!!) and it’s so amazing for helping to keep my curls soft, defined and smelling AMAZING!!

    Hoping this new one is as good for me 🙂

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