Tara Smith feed the root hair care range review

Tara Smith feed the root hair care range
Product Name: Feed the root 
Weight/Price:  250ml 8.4oz for £5.50 each
Made in: UK
Where to buy: Amazon, body care 2000, cult beauty
Shampoo Product Description: 
to stimulate and nourish dry hair and scalp with Bamboo extract.

The combination of the Bamboo and five Yeast extracts contained in this shampoo are designed to supplement the hair and scalp with essential minerals

Key ingredients are:

Bambusa Vulgaris leaf/stem extract which has been used for centuries in Asia and Hawaii to cure skin disorders. Bamboo’s smooth shiny properties are due to silica deposits within its stem.

The five yeast extracts are from zinc/copper/magnesium/iron/silicon which provide nutrients and have moisturising and cell renewing capabilities for both skin and hair

Menthol gives the shampoo its tingle factor

Organic fragrance

Cool Head 100% organic essential oil blend dominated by Cooling Peppermint and enriched with Patchouli, Cedar and a twist of sweet Aniseed.


Conditioner Product Description: 

to stimulate and nourish dry hair and scalp with Avocado oil

A combination of Avocado and Olive oil derived squalane to retain moisture, Marine Algae which can repair damaged hair and five Yeast extracts to provide dry hair and scalps with essential minerals and bind moisture to the hair shaft.

Key ingredients are:

Avocado Oil…This is included to provide moisture and to leave residual gloss and a soft feel to the hair

Olive oil derived Squalane is a high end ingredient usually used in premium skincare products, this is a non greasy oil with a very conditioning and moisturising action

Marine Algae is extracted from two algae plants Enteromorpha compressa and Himantalia elongata. It contains large quantities of amino acids which can repair damaged hair and has a moisturising effect from its moisture binding and film forming qualities

The five yeast extracts are from zinc/copper/magnesium/iron/silicon which provide nutrients and have moisturising and cell renewing capabilities for both skin and hair

Organic fragrance Cool Head 100% organic essential oil blend dominated by Cooling Peppermint and enriched with Patchouli, Cedar and a twist of sweet Aniseed.

 

 

 Personal Experience:  Tara Smith is a celebrity hair stylist to the stars; I wanted to find a new sulfate free shampoo and was over the moon when Cult beauty was having a pop up store in Selfridges. Tested for 2 months, the shampoo lathers really easy leaving the scalp with a tingling feeling, it smells of Colgate toothpaste for some reason. I still have half the bottle remaining it claims to nourish the hair and scalp. It didn’t nourish my hair but it sure stimulated my hair growth. The conditioner I hardly used any of the product, it still has 70% of the bottle. I did find that my hair tangled after shampooing and I’ve lost a lot of hair in the sink because it’s so thick. The conditioner untangles really well with just a walnut size amount. It also smelt like Colgate toothpaste. After blow drying my hair looked moderately shiny and it did not make my hair itchy or greasy quickly. Both products have a creamy consistency and the 250ml last for ages. 

Price: 5/5
Quality: 4/5
Packaging: 4/5

Overall: 4/5 

Pros:
lathers really well 
promoted hair growth
does not make scalp itchy

Cons:
did not nourish hair

Would I re-purchase again? Maybe, only because it does not make my scalp itch, it does not nourish hair as it claims.

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