What's in my shower?

I hardly have a bath any more due to my bath being bigger than the average bath and takes a lifetime to fill and also I never really have the time since beginning to work nights (morning baths just aren't right in my books). But when I do venture into a relaxation evening and pamper myself with a bath I use Radox Muscle Therapy Herbal Bath (£1) which foams up a treat and the ingredients and scent are perfect to soak achy muscles in. I am one of those people who always injures themselves, the latest thing I inflicted upon myself was a dislocated shoulder caused by a couple glasses of wine, heels and a little stumble. So when I saw a muscle soak bubble bath on offer, I headed straight to the tills with the pound ready in my hand. 

The Loreal Ever Riche Shampoo (£5.99) started off perfectly and my hair did not become too greasy after the second day and then once I had reach two thirds through my hair decided that it was going to get greasy on the second day and reject this shampoo completely. I just use this about once a week now, sometimes not even that often to use it up.

When I bought the EverRiche Shampoo, I thought I might as well buy the Loreal Ever Riche Conditioner (£5.99) to go with it. The texture of this feels like a treatment as it is so thick which is perfect for my dry ends. I never put this anywhere near my roots due to how greasy my hair can be especially after using the EverRiche shampoo.

Once a week and sometimes even more I like to use a detoxifying shampoo to get rid of any build up and this Naked Detox Shampoo is my current one. I'm not too keen on the smell and it really sticks around for a day or so after washing, but it does leaves my hair feeling super clean. I do use a conditioner on the ends even though it is a two in one product, I just couldn't stand my ends getting too dry. I'm looking forward to using this up and purchasing the well-loved Sunday Shampoo by Bumble & Bumble.

Due to the rejection of the EverRiche, I decided to try another shampoo from the collection and this Loreal Ever Strong Shampoo (£5.99) was the chosen Shampoo. The smell is slightly manly which I'm not so keen on having a head full of hair smelling manly but so far my hair hasn't become overly greasy with this so I'm happy with this so far. I haven't seen any noticeable changes in the strength of my hair though.

I don't think I need to go into depth about the Femfresh Triple Action Soothing Wash (£3.69), I use it daily, enough said. Last but not least is the bargain I got in the Soap and Glory bath box, Foam Call (£6.50). I love how much this foams up and once I transfer a pump onto this bottle it will be perfect. I don't think I need to tell you how amazing Soap and Glory shower gels are, they are worth the money and last for months for me, even with showering twice daily.

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