Fushi Shampoo and Conditioner Review
I am a lucky girl when it comes to my hair. It doesn’t really need a lot of attention, just a good wash and conditioner at least every other day and it is left to dry naturally to allow my curls to set. I encourage them a bit when it comes to nights out with a bit of mousse but apart from that it’s fairly happy.
However lately I have changed my choice of shampoo and conditioner to see if I could make my hair a bit shinier for the summer. I have been using Fushi Shampoo and Conditioner which is a natural product. I normally stick to brands but I’m always open to try something new.
What they say;
“Fushi Stimulator Herbal Shampoo*- This divine smelling shampoo is packed with stimulating herbs to boost circulation and encourage and support hair growth. Full of Rosemary, Bay, Cypress, Juniper, Jojoba oil and Germium, this shampoo has been designed to nourish the scalp and promote healthy hair growth. “
“Fushi Stimulate and Balance Herbal Conditioner*- A dual functioning conditioner, formualte with the stimulating and refreshing peppermint, Lemon and Lime combined with the balancing and volumising properties of Witch Hazel and Bergamot. It also contains Sandalwood and Sunflower oil to nourish and form a light seal to protect the hair and shaft and leave the hair glossy and healthy.”
What I say;
“The first thing I love about Fushi shampoo and conditioner is the smell. It is so naturally smelling, you can really smell the herbs. However what I love most about it is how strong it makes my hair feel. As I am using it I can really feel it getting into the hair and giving it a good wash. It foams really well and the conditioner it easy to pull through my hair.
The finished result it great! The first time I used it my hair felt so strong and shiny, it reminded me of a horses mane (in a good way). The combination of the Fushi conditioner and shampoo leaves my hair strong and thick, and my curls are big, bouncy and soft. Fushi shampoo and conditioner is becoming a favourite of mine and I’m trying my best to make my bottles last as long as possible!
Have you ever heard of the Fushi brand? Have you tried this shampoo and conditioner? Are there any other natural shampoos and conditioners that you would recommend?