Herbal Essence Daily Detox Shine Shampoo and Conditioner


I used to be absolutely in love with Herbal Essences (do you remember the, ahem, orgasm ads??) and having recently tried a couple of their newest launches, I can totally remember why; great products, huge bottles, pretty packaging, sensible price point, lovely fragrance, and most importantly, the products themselves actually work.  The Herbal Essence Daily Detox Shine Shampoo and Conditioner are part of the Daily Detox range, which include Daily Detox Clean and a Daily Detox Volume products too, both of which are now firmly on my “to try” list, all of which come in massive 400ml bottles and promise to be safe for colour-treated hair.

The Herbal Essence Daily Detox Shine Shampoo and Conditioner are fragranced with white tea and mint; thankfully the white tea is the dominant scent as I’m not a big fan of minty scents, and it’s a pleasant enough fragrance that isn’t too “tea” and doesn’t linger heavily on the hair.  The shampoo lathers really well and leaves hair feeling clean and fresh, whilst the conditioner straddles the perfect balance of adding hydration to hair without weighing it down or making it greasy.  I’ve used this a few times and I presumed that the Daily Detox name meant it was a detoxifying duo, I didn’t realise they were designed to add shine; the reason I mention this is because my hair often struggles with products designed to add shine, but these left my hair feeling extremely light and bouncy without any flyaways, and plenty of shine too.  I’m lucky to have access to some amazing launches with various price points, but this duo is one of the ones I’m reaching for the most.  I can’t seem to find the Herbal Essence Daily Detox Shine Shampoo and Conditioner in the usual spots, but Amazon have them for £2 each here – link.

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