EO Deep Conditioning Ginger and Lime

Post holiday my hair was in need of a bit of TLC – it had been frazzled by the sun, coated in chlorine and stripped by salt water (which does give my hair the most amazing volume, shame it looks like straw though…).
So when I returned home I dedicated a couple of hours to some pampering, a long bath, a scrub and some body butter sorted out my dried out skin and this baby from EO to look after my hair It’s a relatively small bottle – it only takes about 2-3 pumps worth of product to deliver a good conditioning effect. 
EO is an Australian brand that I hadn’t heard of before, but glad that I’ve had the chance to try – the brand statement states that ‘we provide natural personal products that perform and enhance your beauty and well being.’ – they are all about the natural products, that work. I’m not one who favours natural products in general, my priorities are that the product works and that it smells nice. This ticks both boxes.

The conditioner contains quinoa protein, four mushroom complex and linen bud extract (to repair) and oils of jojoba, avocado, sesame, coconut, olive tamanu & carrot (to condition). Which all in all sounds like ingredients for a tasty meal (well, the quinoa, mushroom and avocado mostly… maybe coconut for desert) but my obsession with food aside, this combination works.
It smells delicious, and is light enough not to weigh hair down (even fine hair like mine). I used this for a few days in a row to make sure my hair was suitably looked after and it’s now feeling soft and silky and generally rather good. Overall, I’m really happy with this conditioner  – it does the job, simple as that.
I’m going to keep using the conditioner as it turns into Autumn (which seems like it already is as it’s grey and miserable outside) to keep my hair in good condition.
You can buy this conditioner from Amazon (I’ll double check where else it’s available and update) for £10

PR sample.


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