Klorane Mango Butter and Citrus Pulp Shampoos Review

Klorane Mango Butter and Citrus Pulp Shampoos Review Klorane Mango Butter and Citrus Pulp Shampoos Review Klorane Mango Butter and Citrus Pulp Shampoos Review Klorane Mango Butter and Citrus Pulp Shampoos Review

I’ve been obsessed with Klorane shampoos for some time now. I think that their shampoos strike a perfect balance between being natural, gentle and effective. Each shampoo contains plant extracts cultivated using techniques that respect local ecosystem.

Two shampoos I particularly fell in love with are: Mango Butter and Citrus Pulp.

Shampoo with Mango Butter is best suited for dry hair, as mango (its kernel in fact) is rich in essential fatty acids, and has nourishing and restorative properties. The formula is just perfect: quite rich and buttery, with a divine mango fragrance. It foams nicely and leaves hair very soft, smooth and supple. I don’t use it daily as my hair tends to be on the oily side but whenever I feel my hair needs a bit of a moisture boost- Klorane Mango Butter Shampoo does the trick! Love it.

Shampoo with Citrus Pulp, on the other hand, is best suited for dull, normal to oily hair. It contains extract from Citron, fruit traditionally used for its toning, purifying and detoxifying properties. This shampoo contains not only Citrus Pulp but also a complex of sebo-regulators that revitalize and purify the hair, getting rid of any residues, and leaving hair lighter. This shampoo is lighter and more liquidy than Mango Butter shampoo, equally gentle and perfect for frequent use. It removes oil very well and leaves the hair refreshed and looking more alive. Smells very fresh and citrusy too!

Klorane shampoos are available at Escentual and retail for £6 for 200ml but you can usually grab them a little cheaper there. There are ten different shampoos in the Klorane range, each aimed at different hair concern.

Lovely brand, highly recommended!

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