Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Review : Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment.


As always, the products come perfectly wrapped with an info and product booklet.

Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment, £14 for 150ml.
created for those with frizzy, coarse or unruly hair. A blend of red algae, cotton extract and sumac wax has been specially selected to smooth and tame even the most unmanageable hair, and an exquisite fusion of eight essential oils, including sweet orange and rose scented geranium plus vanilla extract will leave your hair beautifully scented.


I was lucky enough to receive a tube of Botanical Shine Treatment to try out and I'm pleased to say the scent remains the same as the Botanical Shine shampoo and conditioner. The texture is similar to the dry/damaged conditioner option but somehow manages to completely work for me, whereas the conditioner didnt.

How To Use:
Massage into clean, wet hair after using Botanical Shine shampoo. Apply to midlengths and ends for 10 minutes then rinse thoroughly. For an extra boost, leave on for upto 30 minutes.


Unlike alot of hair treatments, Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment rinses beautifully, never leaving the hair feeling weighed down.

Naturally active ingredients include red algae to help enhance the hairs natural barrier, cotton extract to improve smoothness and sumac wax to smooth and tame even the most unmanageable hair, plus apple and orange extracts to boost shine.

I use this treatment everytime I wash my hair, in place of regular conditioner. I apply the treatment, clip my hair up while I wash/exfoliate/shave/whatever then rinse, the hair is left feeling pampered but clean. I cant stand it when treatments coat my hair with silicone, they may make your hair feel in better condition but really its not.


I'm glad Liz developed this treatment for us girlies who need some extra help. If you felt the Botanical Shine conditioner wasnt enough for your hair then give this a try. You can purchase Liz Earle products from here.
PR sample

6 comments:

  1. I would love to try this, never tried any Liz Earle haircare before and I'm always on the lookout for a good deep conditioner. Definitely going to pick this up next time I order from Liz Earle. Looks amazing! Currently trying their Eye Bright and LOVING it. xx

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    1. I really recommend it, love how it doesnt weigh my hair down or leave it feeling like theres lots of build up,(the reason I had to stop using K-Pak).

      I have Eye Bright but it doesnt do much for me, my mum loves it though.
      xo

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  2. I love Liz Earle... especially the cleanser...
    like your blog.... love finding new blogs...I am your newest follower!
    xxx Marina

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    1. Thankyou! :]

      Yes, I'm a huge Cleanse & Polish fan aswell.
      xo

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  3. great review, this product sounds fab x

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