My last two posts have been all about mine and Jakes recent visit to Amsterdam so I’m bringing it back to some haircare products today. I hope you enjoyed reading all about our little trip, it’s nice to write about something other than beauty every now and again as i find it keeps my motivation up and gives me something new to get excited about, it also makes me excited to get back to writing about my love of beauty products too!
As a lover of punky/gothic fashion since around the age of 13, I’ve got to admit that taking care of my hair has never been a big thing for me due to liking the “messy” look. It really should’ve been because I have been consistently bleaching my hair since that age too. As I‘m getting older, despite still loving the same fashion I have been and am wanting to take more pride in my hair so I was thrilled when I got kindly offered to be sent this gorgeous range of products to try from Natural World!
Natural World are a company that are based in Soho, London but use ingredients from all over the world, 95% of which are naturally derived. The range I have been trying out is the “Brazilian Keratin” range which as told by the name contains a whole lot of keratin that’s been expertly blended with 4 luxurious essential oils (rosemary, lemongrass, orange and ylang ylang) for optimum cleansing, smoothing and hair repair.
Keratin is a structural protein bond in the hair that can become damaged through use of heated appliances which has just become an everyday thing for us now, the loss of this can cause our hair to become dry, damaged and extremely dull – hence the presence of it in this range! It works on the areas of your hair that need the most attention and helps to repair damage, reduce frizz and accentuate shine. I was sent the shampoo, conditioner and hair treatment oil in both sizes to use. The smaller size is so handy for travelling or to even run a very small amount through the hair throughout the day to hold down any rogue hairs.
As someone with dry, frizzy and fly away hair who blow dries every other day, after just two weeks of consistent use I personally feel that my hair is looking tons better than before. It feels a lot stronger, softer and like it’s being well looked after (AND I’ve still been blow-drying it alongside using this range so I haven’t changed any other factors).
The shampoo is a really lovely and light consistency and feels like the type that’s used in a salon, it really deeply cleanses and I’ve been using around 3 pumps per wash as I have quite a lot of hair. Surprisingly I’ve been using the same amount of pumps of the conditioner as it’s a lot thicker, I usually find I’m piling conditioner on my hair due to knottiness and dryness but with this one it tends to cover my whole head and make it feel stronger and well nourished with a relatively average amount!
I’d say this has definitely been the most effective product in the range for me, I put two small pea sized amounts of it across my fingers and run it through all my hair when damp, focusing especially on the ends as that’s mine (and most peoples) problem area. At this amount it doesn’t leave my hair looking or feeling greasy or oily at all and adds the most lovely shine and silky feeling to it, it’s actually been a proper life saver for my hair over the past two weeks!
Overall I can’t actually believe how wonderful this keratin range is for the price! At £17 for all 3 products it would be a bit of a small investment to begin with but these products would last you MONTHS at this size and keep your hair feeling, looking and smelling fabulous. If you don’t feel your hair particularly needs strengthening, they also have plenty of other gorgeous sounding ranges at the same prices such as Argan Oil for moisture, Coconut Water for hydration and shine, Charcoal and Mint for purifying and many more that you can check out on Tescos website or instore! I’m excited to continue using this keratin range as it’s already benefited my hair so much.
Have you heard of Natural World before and is there a range you’ve tried/want to try from them?