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Friday, 14 October 2011

Pure Satin Soft Bath and Rinse Review


About a month ago at a Hair Wholesaler I stumbled across a new range they had called Pure (produced by a company called Hair Jamm). The first thing I noticed was all the different colours of the packaging. Naturally I needed to investigate further and decided I would pick up a shampoo and conditioner to try on my superfine coloured hair. The range also came highly recommended by one of the qualified hair dressers who worked at the wholesaler.

All Pure products are sulphate, paraben and silicone free.

My hair is extremely fine, coloured and naturally very curly. It was once very thick but then I became very ill and required to take a lot of medication and all my hair fell out. Because I will continue to take quite a lot of medication for the rest of my life I assume my hair will remain this way.

I had a bit of trouble deciding which shampoo and conditioner to purchase for my hair as there are quite a few different ones for different hair types in the Pure range. When I look for hair products the most important thing for me is hydration. This can be disadvantageous at times because too much hydration can weigh down fine hair. However when I am just at home and not doing anything special I don't mind. As soon as I saw that the Satin Soft range contained Argan Oil it was a done deal for me. Argan oil has done amazing things for my hair and skin and I absolutely love it.

Pure Satin Soft Bath and Rinse are designed for dry, frizzy or dehydrated hair. Both contain argan oil, organic extracts and essential oils. 300ml of product comes in each bottle. Pure products are Australian owned and made.

Pure Satin Soft Bath
- This shampoo smells amazing. It is a light lilac colour with a thick texture that works into a luxurious rich lather. Leaving my hair clean, hydrated and prepared for conditioning.

Pure Satin Soft Rinse
- This conditioner is so beautiful. It is designed to protect against heat styling and colour fade whilst adding essential hydration to the hair at the same time. It is a thick rich consistency with a pale pink colour. My hair seems to drink this up.

After using these two products together my hair feels so soft, hydrated and more manageable. It certainly appears to have more shine as a result of using it. The frizz in my hair is definitely less of an issue and I find I am able to get away with not using an anti-frizz serum most of the time.

Both the Bath and the Rinse contain lovely ingredients including ginger root extract, nettle leaf extract, lavender flower , rosemary leaf extract, marshmallow leaf extract, Apricot fruit extract, argan nut extract, aloe leaf juice, ylang ylang oil, pink grapefruit oil and orange peel oil.

This shampoo and conditioner retail for around $25 each. However I paid about $16 each because I get my hair products at a wholesale rate.

Note: I am not affiliated with or sponsored by Hair Jamm or Pure Products. All products were purchased by me and all opinions are entirely my own.





1 comment:

  1. I haven't heard of Pure before, their products sound lovely.

    Have you ever tried taking silica? When I got sick all my hair fell out too, I lost about half of it, it was so thin and it just kept on falling out. I started taking silica gel and my hair stopped falling out and now it's back to normal.

    I found the gel to be more effective than the tablets, I didn't notice any changes from taking the tablets but the gel worked really well. It took about 2 weeks for my hair to stop falling out and 4 weeks before I notice my hair getting thicker.

    Might be worth a try?

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