Saturday 28 October 2017


Odylique Tea Tree and Herb Shampoo and Odylique Coconut Candy Scrub - C/O CCD

So, other than only buying and using vegan and cruelty-free beauty products, I literally know nothing about what's good for my skin or my hair. Great start to a review India, really, well done. However, I know when stuff works and when it feels nice. I'm going to start by talking about the coconut candy scrub.

I haven't used all too many body scrubs before but usually I find them to only be quite rough on the skin, which I guess is sort of the idea but while also being abrasive in the best sense of the word this scrub also feels nourishing and soft and when you use it in the shower it goes a sort of milky, creamy texture and is just lovely. It also smells incredible, I imagine if you're not a coconut fan you may not be as keen but it's definitely worth a try. I plan on using this once every couple of weeks, after shaving and before fake tanning (a rarity tbh) but it honestly did make my skin soooo super soft. 

The Tea Tree and Herb Shampoo is not at all like the shampoo I usually use. Not at all a bad thing but I just don't think I'd use it for every hair wash. My hair had never felt so squeaky clean before which was amazing but for this reason, on my bleached hair, I think it could end up being quite drying so I've literally just been using it when my hair needs a very very deep clean and for this it works wonders. Again, the smell may not be to everyone's taste but I love the smell of tea tree and that it isn't too sweet or girly. I don't really ever want my hair to smell outrageously feminine (as if that's a thing, why we need feminism clearly) so this is great. 

Overall, after trying Odylique products for the first time I definitely want to try some of their other products. It is worth noting that not all of their products are vegan though so having a quick check is a good idea. 



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