Review: Great Hair with Argan Oil Extract Moisture Drench Shampoo and Conditioner

What my hair really needs is a good hair cut, but as I doubt I will get to the hairdressers for a while I have been looking for a great shampoo and conditioner which will help stop my super dry hair getting so knotty. Baylis and Harding sent me their great hair Moisture Drench Shampoo and Conditioner to review and I have been testing it out.

A bottle of shampoo in a white bottle and conditioner in a turquoise plastic bottle.  

The 500 ml bottles are a good size and they look fab. The turquoise, white and bronze is on trend making them a stylish addition to the bathroom. I like that the bottles are different colours so when I’m showering without my glasses (which is pretty much every time except when I'm so tired I’ve forgotten to take them off) I can easily tell I need to grab the turquoise one first then the white bottle to condition my hair. 

The bottles have pump dispensers which ooze out a small amount of cream each time you push it. For my long hair I needed to use quite a few pumps, but if you have short hair you would only need to depress it once without worrying about wasting any. This should ensure the shampoo and conditioner last along time. 

The Moisture Drench Shampoo and Conditioner contain Moroccan Argan Oil Extract to lock in moisture as well as pro-vitamin B5 to strengthen and nourish making them the ideal combination for dry, damaged hair.

Partial portrait showing long blonde hair against a pink t-shirt and bamboo plant

The mildly scented clear Moisture Drench shampoo creates a lovely soft lather with small bubbles and left my hair feeling really clean. 

The conditioner is white and smells of posh hairdressers. The packaging recommends you leave the Moisture Drench Conditioner on for 2 to 3 minutes before rinsing off thoroughly. It does need to be washed out really well to ensure it doesn’t leave greasy patches.

It’s always a fine balance with rich conditioners for dry hair to give them a chance to help your hair but not to leave product in which will weigh your hair down. If your hair is thick I would recommend just applying to the ends of your hair. My hair is fine and can be flyaway. When I rinsed it well I found the conditioner provides enough weight so my hair is calm, but not so much to make it look greasy.

After a few weeks use my hair is still dry at the ends (it really does just need to be cut off), but it looks shiny and smooth. The knots in my hair each morning take less time to remove and I’m happily going to keep using them.

***Disclosure: I was sent the Great Hair with Argan Oil Extract Moisture Drench Shampoo and Conditioner Duo for honest review. The set RRPs at £11.99***

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