Pura D'or Shampoo and Conditioner were sent to me free for an unbiased review. Pura D'or Enriching Shampoo is meant to strengthen for healthier hair. It is made with Tea Tree, Lavender oils, Argan oils, and aloe vera. The Healing Conditioner is meant to enhance shine and silkiness. It is made with both lavender and vanilla extracts to help soothe and smooth hair. It is plant based. Both the shampoo & conditioner are cruelty-free which is a major bonus.
I've noticed that the shampoo doesn't lather as well. However, it does leave your hair feeling super clean. It's fragrance reminds me of a mix between dog shampoo and a salon. It is a pleasant smell. I would recommend this product to those who have drier hair.
The conditioner is my favorite, by far. As soon as you put the conditioner in your hair, you can feel an immediate difference in the texture and moisture. It smells like you've just done your hair at a salon. It leaves your hair feeling incredible. I've recently had some major transformations in my hair(blog post/video coming soon) and this has helped improve the quality dramatically.
If you have the chance to purchase this, I would highly recommend it. I will probably be re-purchasing once I run out. Pura D'or is salon quality at an affordable price.
You can purchase Pura D'or here: https://www.purador.com
OZ Naturals' Vitamin C Facial Serum is full of amazing ingredients. It includes Astaxanthin, Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin E, Rose Hips, Green Tea, and Vitamin C 20. OZ Naturals has always been a brand that I've been fond of for the simple fact that their products are cruelty free. I was excited to try this serum, I've heard great things about it...
It Cosmetics' Your Skin But Better CC+ cream is the best CC cream that you will EVER buy. It has the best coverage and allows your skin to look airbrushed, erasing all pores and imperfections. Yet, it doesn't make your skin look caky. I've never been one to go toward full coverage foundations, but I do love CC creams. This particular CC cream doesn't feel like or look like your stereotypical foundation. It doesn't look caky and it feels like you are just wearing a moisturizer.
Speaking of moisturizers, you want to use one just incase. When I first tried this CC+ cream, I was testing it to see if it was build able without looking caky, indeed it is. However, if you have drier skin like I do, I suggest applying a heavy moisturizer beforehand. It left tiny patches around the driest parts of my face. Other than that, it is, hands down, the best CC+ cream that I have ever bought. I don't think I've found one that I love as much as this. Especially, considering all the benefits it has!
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