The best organic and natural shampoos to try if you’re thinking of making the switch
Cherry Almond Shampoo (£15.50) & Conditioner (£17.50), Aveda
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.