From left: c/o Renpure, Coconut Milk Nourishing Conditioner, Renpure Coconut Water replenishing treatment mist, Renpure Coconut Whipped Creme leave-in conditioner, and Renpure Coconut Milk Nourishing Shampoo
One of my favorite bath and body scents is coconut. I loooooove how it smells! The scent of coconut is refreshing, and uplifting; especially after a day in the sun! Although I am reviewing Renpure’s line of coconut hair care products in the cold, late fall months, the coconut scent takes me away from the cold, and transports me to an island paradise on a warm summer day. Ahhhhh.
When it comes to hair care, I always look for two things; a nice scent, and a product which will add moisture to my dry hair. I always blow dry my hair, and I spend time outside in the sun, so my hair takes a beating. In order to keep my hair from becoming brittle, I need to use a strong conditioner, and a gentle shampoo.
Renpure’s Coconut hair care products are so nice to use! I love the coconut scent, and the shampoo moisturizes my hair. Renpure Coconut Milk nourishing conditioner is great with my hair. It leaves my hair nourished without adding weight like some heavy conditioners.
The Coconut Whipped Creme leave-in conditioner also works nicely. Since I don’t use a leave-in conditioner, I gave it to my daughter who recently turned thirteen. She has dry hair, and she is always seeking a conditioner which will give her some nourishment. The leave-in conditioner works great on her hair. She can blow dry her hair, or let it dry naturally, and it is not weighed down or greasy. This is a great leave-in conditioner!
Now, let’s chat about the Renpure Coconut Water replenishing treatment mist. My hair can be dull since it is it’s natural color, and not treated. Renpure’s Coconut Water replenishing treatment mist does wonders for adding some shine to my hair! It is an easy way to add shine, as well as protect my hair while I flat iron or blow dry it. I have used it while my hair was dry, or wet, with equally good results. Love that!
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