The best organic and natural shampoos to try if you’re thinking of making the switch

If you have an unhealthy obsession with cherry bakewells, your shower is about to get a whole lot sweeter. The latest addition to Aveda’s natural shampoo range smells intoxicatingly like the pastry treat and completely sold out when it originally launched in the US.

Cherry Almond Shampoo (£15.50) Conditioner (£17.50), Aveda

Revitalising Orange Flower Shampoo, £11.50, Neal’s Yard Remedies

Not only does this shampoo smell amazing, it’s like superfood for your hair. Combining the properties of moringa, camellia, passion flower and neroli, it gently cleanses the scalp, while restoring the locks’ brightness and bounce.

Tea Tree Herb Shampoo, £12, Odylique

100% natural and chemical free, this shampoo is rammed with coconut oil, tea tree, aloe and herbs and horsetail for straightening hair. Yes please!

Millet Nourishing Shampoo, £11.50, Weleda

Infused with macadamia nut oil, try this for a strong, glossy mane. Bonus points for the delicious grapefruit and peppermint scent.

Quinoa Artichoke Shampoo, £14.95, Green People

Love organic beauty products? This one’s for you – a great everyday shampoo that doesn’t strip your hair of moisture and leaves it feeling soft and shiny.

Lavender Shampoo, £7.95, Avalon

A lovely range of natural, chemical free shampoos for all hair types, we love this plant-based range.

John Masters Organics Honey Hibiscus Hair Reconstructing Shampoo, £27, Planet Organic

This sulphate-free shampoo has perfectly creamy lather with a gorgeous Lavender and Rosemary unisex scent meaning your boyfriend can even borrow it (but hopefully not too much).

Desert Essence Coconut Shampoo, £13.55, Biovea

Lots of oils, plants and fruits go into these natural shampoos – a huge range for every hair type imaginable.

Dr. Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo, £6.29, Dr. Organic

Packed with exotic ingredients, such as baobab, patchouli and rosewood, this moisture-rich shampoo is a total bargain at £6.29. With an oil base, this is best used as a treatment shampoo once or twice a week if you’re prone to oily roots. But if your scalp is dry, slather it on and don’t hold back – you’ll thank us later.

Intelligent Nutrients Pureluxe Harmonic Shampoo, £36.19, Naturisimo

There are zero toxins, but oodles of goodness in this deliciously rich shampoo – you can feel it doing your hair good. Gives thirsty colour-treated hair a serious boost of softness and shine. (NM – this weighed my hair down – so I gave it to my nanny, Gabi, to try! She has coloured hair and LOVED it).

Wild Cow Strengthening Shampoo, £16, Cowshed

There’s a promising whiff of goodness about this one – the scent is reminiscent of Eve Lom’s famous cleanser. It delivers. Thicker, fuller, dreamier locks, a perfect shampoo for thin hair.

A’kin Rosemary Shampoo, £10, Holland Barrett

A deep cleansing shampoo that helps balance oil production in the hair.

Organic Children’s Shampoo Lavender Burst, £9.95, Green People

If it’s good for little people, it is good for us! This shampoo is extremely gentle to the locks, making it ideal for children and mums of those children that sometimes need a dual purpose shampoo. It leaves hair smooth and shiny (just like baby hair), and gorgeously smelling like lavender.

Barefoot SOS Dry Scalp Treatment Shampoo, £13, Barefoot SOS

A chemical-free solution for dry scalps – packed with natural goodies from essential oils lavender and rosemary to botanical extracts of white willow and aloe vera.

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