Rainforest Radiance Detangling Hair Spray Review

I have/had been seeking brands that do not test on animals, nor source ingredients from companies that do. This meant not using some of my favourites, so went on a desperate search to find replacements!

I tend to use coconut oil/wella hair at different stages of my hair routine, but wanted to try something a little different.

At first glance, I love the packaging. Simple, to the point and has everything clearly labelled. It is also araben, silicone and colourant free.

Some of the bits it contains:

  • Pracaxi oil
  • Bilberry extract
  • linseed oil and
  • Aloe vera

I use the spray after every hair wash, and then every other day around that. I don’t have colour in my hair now, but it had certainly felt the effects of when I did. Flat, a little dry and those damaged ‘metallic’ bits you get, when it’s just not happy.

My Favourite bits:

  • Smells lovely
  • Great conditioning power
  • Not greasy or oily
  • Makes your hair shiny
  • Brings life back to your hair

 

How I Use It

The de-tangle element is great, sometimes after I have patted my hair dry it can still look like a birds nest. I spray a generous amount, and leave for 1-2 minutes. Brush. Wallah!

 

Final thoughts…

For me personally, it ticked all the boxes it claims. I have had compliments on the condition of my hair in recent times, and am starting to love my hair again. It’s not overly powering, and doesn’t leave your hair greasy which I have found with serum based products etc. a total nightmare! It’s not costly, and certainly worth a try!

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