Roots + Rituals Conditioner and Hair Oil

Saturday, January 24, 2015
The photo shows the products after two uses 
Roots and Rituals kindly sent me a couple of their products to try and I have been testing them for almost two weeks now. The brand focuses on natural, nourishing ingredients unlike most haircare brands on the market which fill their products with hundreds of ingredients. Roots and Rituals products are paraben, silicone and fragrance free but they do contain lovely coconut, olive and avocado oils which nourish, help to repair and encourage healthy hair growth. 

I have the *Roots & Rituals Intense Nourishing Conditioner (£7.49, 100ml, including postage and packaging). Firstly, I love the packaging and bottle design, it is so unique and it looks great in my bathroom. I also love the scent, since using Moroccan Oil products I cannot get enough of the scent of hair oils! The conditioner smells so nice; someone needs to make a perfume from this product and others like it. The conditioner applies nicely and it almost instantly detangles my midlength, thick hair which is pretty amazing as my hair can become very tangled and few conditioners can deal with it! The conditioner helps to tackle frizz and it makes my hair so much smoother and more manageable; the lovely scent stays in my hair for a while too. Overall rating: ★★★★★, 5/5.

Now onto the hair oil, I only started using hair oils and oil treatments late last year and I fell in love with most that I have tried; however this one is a bit different as you apply it to dry hair and then you wash it out rather than leaving it in. The *Roots & Rituals Deep Conditioning Hair Oil (£18, 100ml, full size) smells almost as divine as the conditioner but not quite. I like the design of the packaging/bottle although I wish it came with a dropper or pump dispenser. I apply the oil onto my dry hair and then wrap my hair in a warm towel for half an hour then rinsed it out. 

I find it does really smooth my hair and reduce frizz to a minimum which is fantastic. It also leaves my hair feeling silky, soft and nourished; however the first time I used it, I used too much oil and even after washing my hair felt quite greasy so a little goes a long way with this hair oil. Overall rating: ★★★★☆, 4/5. 

Overall, I am very impressed with both products, especially the conditioner - I cannot get enough of the conditioner! I love the packaging design, natural ingredients such as argan oil, rosemary oil and basil oil. 

Have you tried anything from Roots & Rituals

13 comments

  1. The conditioner sounds amazing and I really love the packaging x

    Beauty with charm

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    1. It is great and I love the packaging too x

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  2. This sounds absolutely lovely and perfect for getting my damaged hair back into condition xxx


    Blonde Of Carbs

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    1. The products are very nourishing and hydrating x

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  3. Haven't tried Roots&Rituals never before, but looking forward to implement some oil based products into my hair routine to ease on dry curls.. Lovely review!

    Oly | TLV Birdie Blog
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    1. I've been loving hair products containing oils!

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  4. Lovely products! I had never heard of them, but if I ever find them I'm definitely getting them! Great review! With Love,
    Vera

    The Flash Window

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  5. I love oils to put on anything - hair, body , face. It just works wonders! Great post!
    Anjna Harish

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  6. I haven't come across this brand before but these sound great! A good oil is just what my dry ends need! xx

    Magpie Jasmine || Palette Giveaway: Urban Decay, Nars, Charlotte Tilbury, Too Faced

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  7. That conditioner sounds amazing! Sounds like something that would be perfect for my unmanageable hair! I've never heard of this brand before, but now I'm intrigued!
    untitled&unfinished

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  8. This I'm going to have to give the conditioner a try!

    www.lindsaydavison.co.uk

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