Acure Product Review

 Acure Repairing Shampoo Conditioner Review 

Hey everyone!  I did some shopping at Earthfare about a month ago and picked up the Acure Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner since I was pretty much almost out of my old stuff. I am pretty big on trying to use beauty products that don’t have a lot of toxic ingredients in it.  I do believe they can be absorbed through your skin and mess with hormones with enough uses.  Unfortunately, a lot of natural and organic products can be quite expensive.  So I try to make most of my beauty products as natural and organic as I can afford.  

  I used to use Nature’s Gate herbal or henna shampoo and conditioner and had planned to buy more. However, when I saw the Acure hair product line sitting on the shelves, I remembered a friend who recommended them.  She uses this app called Think Dirty where you can find the level of toxins in beauty products and gives them a rating based how much toxins are present.  The lower the number, the safer the ingredients are. She said Acure was rated 3, which is very good.    I used the app on the old products I used and was shocked to find how high (7) the Nature’s Gate hair product was rated.   They are advertised for being more natural in the  ingredients they claim they use. That was disappointing.  

I decided to buy the Acure Repairing set since my hair is more coarse, thick, curly, and can easily become dry. Each bottle was only $9.99 at Earthfare,  which is quite reasonable compared to other natural and organic hair product brands.  I decided to observe the results after several uses over the next few weeks.  I have to say I am very satisfied with the softness and conditioning of my hair.  Hair products, in general,  make me a little nervous to try because of the type of hair I have.  Certain products don’t condition my hair well enough, leaving it dry.  However, even after using the Acure shampoo, I could tell it didn’t strip any significant moisture out of my hair.  Acure Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner ( click here to buy)  also smell really nice.  I am definitely making these products my go-to hair care favorites!

  Acure Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner is also vegan, gluten free, sulfate free, paraben free,  phthalate free,  cruelty free,  petroleum free,  peg free,  synthetic fragrance free,  silicone free, sodium chloride free, color safe, won’t clog pores and is 100% biodegradable.  Which is fantastic!

Acure Organics  shampoo conditioner review 

If you have any questions or comments, please share them with me!

Thanks and much love!

Nicole

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