Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Maple Holistics Shampoo and Conditioner Review

Welcome back, everyone!  I have something new to review today - some shampoo and conditioner from Maple Holistics.  They reached out to me awhile back (I've been a VERY bad blogger) and asked if I was interested in reviewing some products.  While I'm not well versed in bath and body products, I still do the bare minimum of showering and washing my hair so I said yes :P  Their blogger connection is sponsored by edumuch.com and there's also a chance for everyone else to score some free products here.  I responded with some info about my hair type (thin/flat and dandruff prone) and they sent me free full sized Sage Shampoo that is anti-dandruff and a Silk 18 conditioner. 

 You can see the packaging they use for their shampoo and conditioner bottles in the picture above.  Those bottles are big enough to last me a year and then some, especially since I alternate shampoos a lot.  What I really appreciate about the packaging is the waterproof labels.  That's definitely important since you'll be storing them in your shower/bath and you don't want it getting damaged.

Sage Shampoo
Sage Shampoo:  I've been using this shampoo on and off for the last few weeks and it has definitely kept my hair clean.  I've used it in conjunction with the conditioner and have gotten good results.  I think it works just as well as my volumizing Pantene shampoo and Head and Shoulder shampoo.  I haven't noticed any adverse effects on my hair and scalp at all, but then again, I'm not particularly sensitive anyway.

Silk 18 Conditioner
Silk 18 Conditioner:  I've been using this alongside the Sage Shampoo and it's worked well in conditioning my hair and keeping it shiny.  I don't usually use conditioner because they usually weigh down my hair and make it oily quicker.  I've tried the reverse shampoo/conditioning method where you condition your hair first then shampoo after and I've noticed my hair getting shinier when it dries.  I prefer that method because I feel my hair isn't really weighed down by the conditioner afterward.

Overall, my experiences with Maple Holistics' hair products were good.  Again, I'm not a hair or skincare aficionado (I mainly focus on indie cosmetics) so take my opinions with a grain of salt.  Maple Holistics also carries a wide range of products on their website and I recommend taking a look.  I'd like to thank Maple Holistics again for generously sending me these products and letting me try them out!

- Jolie ♥

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