Green people sent Noah and Isla a fabulous shampoo and conditioner from their new berry smoothie range, it smells delicious and is really helping detangle those knots and frizzy bits. The shampoo and conditioner, from the Organic Children range is perfect for the kids and is made from aloe vera, raspberry, vanilla and pineapple.


The shampoo, usually retails at £8.50 and is full of organic wonderfulness: organic aloe vera, raspberry and pineapple. You can find the berry smoothie shampoo on the Green People website and it is currently on sale. The shampoo really does work wonders on little Noah, we have tangle free hair and it smells edible. The great thing about this shampoo is that you do not need to put a lot on their hair and it really lathers up nicely creating lots of fun bubbles for the children to play with in the bath.


The conditioner has the added extra of vanilla to give it that lovely smell and makes their hair soft. You can purchase the berry smoothie conditioner on the same website and it retails at £8.50. The conditioner is really delicate on the children’s skin too and they feel super soft when we have finished washing their hair and of course they smell lovely too. I have a feeling we will be using both the shampoo and conditioner for a long time as you really do not need a lot to get their hair squeaky clean and super soft.


Both products contain natural ingredients that work “naturally” to make the hair clean and the detangled. It really does smell beautiful and is so kind to their hair and skin, it also doesnt hurt their eyes – as Isla has proven to us. She doesnt keep still when washing her hair, she doesnt lift her head up either – so making sure it doesnt go in her eyes is quite a mission. But it didnt matter, it didnt effect her in the slightest.


You can see the fantastic Organic Children range on their website:http://www.greenpeople.co.uk. You can follow them on Twitter: @GreenPeopleUK and like them on their Facebook page too.


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Last Update: Wednesday, 9th January 2019