Shea Moisture Fruit Fusion range First impressions

April 07, 2019

[*This post contains GIFTED items, sent to me for a review. All thoughts/opinions are my own, see my disclaimer for more information.]

I was introduced to Shea Moisture last year and have loved the brand ever since, I wrote a post about my first time using Shea Moisture here. I've recently received these Fruit Fusion products from Shea Moisture so I've been using them for around a month now. In the range I've been using the *Fruit Fusion Coconut Water Weightless Shampoo, *Crème Rinse and *Hair Masque; all of which have a beautiful fruity and coconut scent that fills the whole bathroom. I love that I can still smell the products on my hair the next day and after!

Here's a bit of history on Shea Moisture, the brand is a family owned and operated business that's been around for 4 generations. The products are natural, organic and sustainably produced, they also don't test on animals and strive to be sulfate and paraben free. They have a wide range of hair care, body care and skincare all with amazing ingredients, targeted results and beautiful scents. Shea Moisture is available in Boot's stores and online.

The Fruit Fusion range is good for fine, wavy and curly hair; after my bleaching accident back in December my hair is much much thinner than it used to be so I opted to try the hair care range for fine hair. My hair has always been wavy and I tend to use products that help me manage it when styling and it all starts with the cleaning and conditioning products.

A hydrating and nourishing shampoo that has a thin consistently but lathers up well, a small 50p sized amount goes a long way; my hair is short (chin length) and this is enough to cover my whole head. I actually like the thin consistently, I find it easier to run through my hair and massage into my scalp. As I've mentioned above the scent is beautiful, its so fruity and the coconut element definitely hangs around. Included in the ingredients is 100% pure coconut water which everyone knows is great for adding moisture and nourishing hair, a fruit fusion of fresh dragon fruit, lychee berry and green apple make up the fruity scent and add a weightless boost of energy to my thin hair. Lastly Imbe oil helps to lock in the moisture and protect the hair until the next wash. My hair not only smells amazing but feels it even if I just use the shampoo and not the other products along side it plus the bottle lasts ages with only a small amount used each time.

Following on from the shampoo, I've been using the Crème Rinse which is basically a conditioner with all the same ingredients as the shampoo so the product adds moisture, nourishes and protects the hair. This conditioner has the same scent as the shampoo but is a bit thicker in consistently but not as thick as a regular conditioner, again I don't mind the thin texture as it helps the product smooth through my hair. I always leave my conditioner on for a few minutes before rinsing off to let it go to work on my hair. My damaged hair always feel soft, smooth and luscious after rinsing this product off and continues to feel fabulous after drying.

To help with my damaged hair I was glad to receive the Fruit Fusion Hair Masque which deep conditions my hair; I've been using this masque once a week. Applying a scoop to my hair and combing through then leaving it for 30 minutes with a warm towel around my head. This has really helped with my hair, the ends are much much smoother and feel soft to touch whilst I have less breakage and fussy hair. The tub is massive so again will last a while especially using once a week, I bet I've got another 6 uses left in the tub now.

Each of Shea Moisture's products has; No Sulfates, No Parabens, No Phthalates, No Paraffins, No Mineral Oil and No Synthetic Colours. They are natural, ethically sourced and safe products that are easily accessible on the high street!!!

I can't wait to try another scent and range from Shea Moisture! 

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