MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine

Concoction Hair Care Review: Shampoo, Serums and Conditioner

I am really impressed with this new innovative hair care range – Concoction.

The concept is simple yet brilliant! You choose your base shampoo, and so far, there are four variations: Lemon + Verbena,  Black Pepper +Citrus, Rosemary + Mint and Bakhour. [Each is £11 from Selfridges]

And then add two superserum shots  to the base you’ve chosen.  There are eight available so far; each is £1.50. There is a also a conditioner available – Crème De Concoction Conditioner: Cashmere + White Lily, £16.

Concoction Hair Care Review Shampoo, Serums and Conditioner

I was given a Nourish+ Protect Lemon + Verbena ShampYou  and two superserum shots:  Turn up the volume (wheat amino acid complex) and Back to your roots (Lavender and Chamomile extracts).

As you may know, I am very picky about my shampoo and this one really delivers! It leathers up nicely and leaves my hair clean, smooth and shiny. I think that it is perfectly balanced, nourishing, but without weighting the hair down. I also like the smell and, which is very important, the pump on the bottle, I think it is very user friendly (you just have to click and that’s it), which is very handy when you are in the shower.

I also have to mention the design , it looks smart and  modern, which is always a bonus.

Concoction Hair Care Review Shampoo, Serums and Conditioner ingredients

As for the conditioner, it is a nice smelling creamy product with the essential oils of Orange, Patchouli and Lemongrass.  I find that  it makes my hair soft and  glossy.

When I run out of my sample, I think I will pick up  Rosemary+Mint base and a superserum shot for brunettes (with the volume one), that sounds like a killer combo!

Anyway, if you want to try a new, fun and effective hair care range – Concoction may be the perfect variant to consider!

You can buy it from Beauty Bay.


4 Responses to “Concoction Hair Care Review: Shampoo, Serums and Conditioner”
  1. Coleta says:

    Concoction, what a clever name. Are they any nasty ingredients in these products and are they just available in the UK only? I would love to give them a try.

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