Hello my Curlfriends!
So you may know that Beauty Bulliten sent me the latest in the Tresemmé Expert Products: the Botanique Range! I have been using these products for the past month on my hair and I’m ready to deliver my final verdict.
(Read my first impression here.)
This range is great. Let’s start with that. I love it when the big brands like Tresemmé, try to figure out how to make women embrace their natural beauty. I have struggled for years to find products that work for hair that is kept natural. I am always looking for products that eliminate dryness and make my hair feel softer, as well as products that give my hair a natural bounce and shine.
The shampoo is decent, I wouldn’t say it’s better than other shampoos I’ve used in the past but it’s got good qualities. It foams up really nicely which means you don’t need to use a lot to cover a full head of hair. The Aloe Vera in the shampoo helps promote hair growth, reduces itching and dandruff as well as conditions the hair.
The conditioner is definitely the star of the duo. It’s milky texture really makes your hair feel like it’s getting the TLC it deserves. I leave it in while brushing my hair out in the shower, which makes it a lot easier to handle. It has also helped reduce breakage and I’m losing less hair every time I wash it. Thank goodness. The fact that it has coconut milk in it just makes this product all that more amazing.
I have experienced an itchy scalp and irritation in the back of my neck since using these products. This could be due to the fact that I have been leaving the conditioner in most of the time- and the conditioner is quite strong. I do find though, that if I do not leave the conditioner in, my curls start to frizz on the second day after washing it. So if you’re fine with some irritation, leaving the conditioner in, gives your curls a longer life span.
All in all, at R79,99 a bottle, this is a bargain for any curly haired babe.
I have really enjoyed using this product and am considering adding it to my permanent hair care routine.
Shout out to the Beauty Bulliten and Tresemmé for sending me these amazing products.
Until next time!
2 thoughts on “Curl Diary: TRESemmé Botanique Final Review”
The conditioner is one of my staples. It’s creamy and slippery enough to make my fingers easily slide through my tight curls. It’s affordable too. Nice review.