Red Flower šŸŒŗ A Ceremony For The Senses

Thrift stores are a treasure trove, full of unique and surprising items. This most recent trip was no different. I wasn’t looking for anything in particular, but when I spotted this shampoo I had to have it. It was only a dollar and it was completely sealed. When I brought it home I decided to do a little research about it. Below I’ll have a bit of information about it as well as the link to the site.

Ocean Cleansing Hair Wash is $28 for a 8oz bottle.

  • active ingredients: coconut oil-vegetable glycerin, panthenol pro-vitamin B5, castor seed oil, whole essential oils.
  • free of dyes, parabens, petrochemicals and synthetic preservatives.
    gluten free, vegan and cruelty free.
  • packaged in p.e.t. plastic for easy recycling. made in the u.s.a.


So as you can see I got a great deal and not only that is sounds like a really great product to test out on my hair.

When I first opened the bottle the strongest scent was eucalyptus followed by notes clove and rosemary. It got me so excited to use it on my hair. Once I started to lather my hair up the rosemary scent stood out more and the eucalyptus made my scalp tingle. Like I was getting a very deep cleaning. I rinsed it in cool water (because I have unnaturally colored hair I try my best to make it last longer by using cool water) The biggest deal for me was after I was done using it, I wanted to see if it had faded my hair. It’s hard to find a shampoo that won’t fade my hair significantly when washing. I was happy to find out that my hair a was still vibrant blue/green like it was before I washed.

My hair looks good, smells good and looks great.

If you are looking for a product that will deep clean your hair and will protect your color, it wouldn’t hurt to check out the brand Red Flower. They have lots of different products to choose from.Disclaimer: All of my opinions are from personal experience with the use of this product. Remember what works for one person won’t always work for someone else.

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