Moisture your locks with Turkish fig essences and 100% hand-harvested cassia.
Herbal Essences has come out with a new product line. The Herbal Essences Wild Naturals features three collections to choose from to fit your hair needs: illuminating, detoxifying, and rejuvenating.
Illuminating provides shine, reveals hair’s natural radiance and a scent of seaberry.
Detoxifying is a lightweight collection that softens hair for naturally beautiful, clean hair all while having the scent of lemon basil.
Rejuvenating deeply nurtures, moisturizes and restores hair’s vitality and a fresh scent of Turkish figs. All product scents are paired with cassia flower.
I love when a new line of hair care products (or any product, for that matter) enters the market. Not only do I get the chance to give it a try but if it passes the sniff test, it already won me over by fifty percent. In this case, the scent of the bottle itself already gave it an amazing first impression. I could not imagine what my mind would go through once I start using the shampoo and conditioner. Hands down and insert Smiling Face with Heart-Shaped Eyes emoji! Let’s just say, I never met a scent I did not like from an Herbal Essences bottle.
The Herbal Essences Wild Natural Rejuvenating line provided an actual Turkish fig scent. If anyone stumbles upon the Rejuvenating line, I dare you to give it a whiff. It’s seriously candy I want to eat! The shampoo was pleasant, sweet, and fruity. The product itself was a clear lightly-thick gel that lathered nice, foamy and gave my hair the hydration it needed. The conditioner had a similar scent to the shampoo but slightly milder with a hint of lemon. It had a creamy-thick gel consistency and was easy to rinse off. It left hair feeling tangled-free as I was running my fingers through my wet hair. After the first day, my hair felt more fuller and softer than normal. Within weeks of use, my hair felt the same with added shine and moisturize.
Overall, the Herbal Essences Wild Natural Rejuvenating line won me over. It’s not a product that “wowed” me, but it did its job and I was satisfied. Would I repurchase? Sure. It’s not on my priority list, but it’s on the list of products I know I can rely on.
What are your thoughts on the Herbal Essences Wild Naturals line? Would you give it a try or perhaps take a little whiff the next time you stumble upon the product? Do you have a favourite Herbal Essences product? Please share in the comments below!