Noah 1.2 Shampoo

Sunday, July 05, 2015
I am not very unfaithful when it comes to haircare, I always want to try something new and I'm never that impressed with the majority of shampoos. My hair is generally dry, frizzy, unruly and slightly damaged due to hair colouring over the years so I'm always looking for a smoothing and moisturising shampoo but over the course of this year I've tried to not use as many silicone or parabens as they aren't great for the hair/scalp. 

The *Noah 1.2 Moisturising Shampoo (250ml) which is free from silicones, parabens, mineral oils and most importantly for me, sodium laureth sulphate. The shampoo contains sweet fennel and wheat proteins. Apart from the Lush shampoo bars, this is the only other 'natural' shampoo I've used. 

Firstly, the scent which to me is very nostalgic. The sweet fennel in this shampoo is quite strong so I think it would be a great unisex scent. As a child/teen, we used to go to an Indian restaurant  for family occasions and at the end we would get some colourful sugar coated fennel seeds to take home and this scent reminds me of them exactly. 

Well that was a long tangent but I do really like the scent! Even though the shampoo doesn't contain sodium laureth sulphate I didn't think it would lather well as SLS is a common lathering agent however it lathers really well! The shampoo is moisturising, smoothing and cleansing without causing irritation or weighing the hair down. 

Overall, I'm so impressed with this 'natural' shampoo especially as it lathers SO well and it smells nice too which is always a plus. The packaging is great too and I don't tend to need a lot of product each time so I think the one bottle will last a while even for me. 

Have you tried anything from the Italian haircare brand Noah? Which natural shampoos would you recommend? 

12 comments

  1. seems like a great shampoo.. nice review :)

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  2. I change my shampoo too much, so will deffo have to try this! Sounds great x
    Claire | www.claire-frances.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I'm constantly changing my shampoo, I don't think I've ever repurchased a shampoo! x

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  3. I've not heard of this brand before, but this sounds like a lovely natural option! :)

    Style Sunrise☀

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    1. I hadn't, it seems like a fantastic brand though x

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  4. I'm definitely up for a natural shampoo! Plus anything fennel is good in my books! x

    Martha Jane | http://www.marthajanemusic.com

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    1. I need to try more natural shampoos! x

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  5. My hair is actual very dry as well, I will give this a try! x Ania
    http://aniaaniapawlak.blogspot.com

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    1. Mine too and this one definitely worked well x

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  6. I, like you have really frizzy & dry hair! My hair is so thick and takes so much time to try and get it under control! This looks like a nice product worth trying :) a much cheaper version I'm sure is the Dove Moisturize shampoo & conditioner! it left my hair feeling so soft and nourished :) - you've probably already tried that! haha xx

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  7. Sounds good, always on the hunt for new shampoos!

    Mon Petit Billet

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