Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Review: Tints of Nature Shampoo and Conditioner

Many conventional at-home hair colors come with a small packet of shampoo or conditioner. Tints of Nature, a natural hair color line, also offers this same bonus using their own shampoo and conditioner. Unlike conventional products, Tints of Nature shampoo and conditioner are made with organic ingredients, which gives them a nice advantage from the start.

  • Fun scent reminiscent of cherry candy
  • Nice color and consistency
  • Contains many organic ingredients
  • Gentle on color-treated hair
  • Shampoo lathers well
  • Conditioner aids in detangling
  • May need to leave on for 2 minutes each for best results
Tints of Nature shampoo and conditioner are reasonably priced and offer good performance. Unfortunately, the inclusion of fragrance and benzyl alcohol tend to unbalance the EWG Skin Deep rating to 6 for the shampoo and a 5 for the conditioner. Given the number of organic and ECOCERT ingredients, I find this hard to believe; I would guess a more accurate rating is between a 3 and a 4. Buyers should note that these products come from the UK, so the availability in the U.S. may be a little different than that in the U.K. Overall, I enjoyed the performance of these hair care products and would recommend them for those looking for a vegan line for color-treated hair.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


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