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February 02, 2016

Korres Aloe and Dittany Shampoo Review

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I first tried Korres' Aloe and Dittany Shampoo (£10.00) when I stayed over at a friend's house. Among their beauty stash they had a whole array of Korres products and it was a great opportunity to try some of them out for the first time. As someone with a relatively oily scalp, I find that I have to wash my hair more often than I'd like to. Until recently I used to wash my hair everyday, and now I strictly try to wash it every other day. As a result, I'm always on the lookout for gentle shampoos that won't dry out my hair but that will reliably leave it looking clean and healthy.

Korres' Aloe and Dittany Shampoo is a great choice for regular hair washers like myself as I find that it strikes the perfect balance between cleansing and hydrating your hair. I do typically follow up with a conditioner (mainly because I use heat on my hair and I try my best to nourish the ends of my hair), but even without conditioner I'm always impressed with how shiny this shampoo leaves my hair looking. For it's price, I think that Korres' shampoos represent good value for money. They deliver noticeable results and offer a high percentage of natural ingredients.

I'd definitely repurchase Korres' Aloe and Dittany Shampoo, although I do have my eyes on Korres Liquorice and Urtica Shampoo for Oily Hair which I think might be a good choice for me during the summertime. Have you tried any of Korres' haircare before? And I'd love to know what haircare products or brands you like using?


  1. This sounds lovely! I have super oily hair so I'll have to have a peek at this and double-check whether it's SLS-free :)

    Jess xo | The Indigo Hours

  2. I love the sound of this - oddly enough I haven't tried any Korres haircare but I adore almost all their other products! x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves


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