Budget Beauty: Noughty Haircare - To The Rescue Moisture Boost Shampoo & Conditioner + Intensive Care Leave-in Conditioner review

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Noughty Haircare - To The Rescue Shampoo & Conditioner + Intensive Care Leave-in Conditioner review
Natural and SLS-free haircare need not be as expensive as you might think, as Noughty Haircare demonstrates with its range of budget friendly shampoos, conditioners and treatments.

As I like to try out different products all the time as a beauty blogger, my bathroom shelves contain a varied assortment of both high-end and budget-friendly items from an array of brands, and I generally love to mix them up to keep things interesting. When it comes to haircare, I've been using SLS-free formulas for a couple of years now and my hair (and my fussy sensitive scalp!) has certainly thanked me for it.  

One of the latest brands that I've been putting to the test are Noughty Haircare, who pride themselves on being 97% natural, cruelty-free, and all of their products are free from petrochemicals, parabens, sulphates and silicones. I have to be honest here, I've previously tried their Care Taker Scalp Soothing Shampoo & Conditioner and my hair hated them, but luckily it's been getting along with the To The Rescue range much better!
Noughty Haircare - To The Rescue Shampoo & Conditioner + Intensive Care Leave-in Conditioner review
Noughty To The Rescue Shampoo* (250ml, £6.99, link)
Noughty's To The Rescue range is aimed at people who have dry, frizzy and/or damaged hair, which sums up my hair type perfectly. It's formulated with lots of moisturising ingredients such as Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Argan Oil and Coconut Oil, to give dry hair that extra hydration boost that it needs. As I mentioned earlier, Noughty are completely sulphates and silicones free, so this shampoo won't lather up and you have to add a lot of water to it to get it to work properly, but once you get the right balance nailed it's a really good shampoo. It cleans your hair without stripping it and leaves dry hair transformed into much more manageable, smoother locks. That said, I would highly recommend washing twice with this shampoo, just to make sure that you've got everything properly rinsed out as it is very moisturising, so it can be a little heavy going for fine hair if you use too much of it.

Noughty To The Rescue Conditioner* (250ml, £6.99, link)
The matching To The Rescue conditioner features a lot of the same ingredients as the shampoo above and has a slightly thinner texture to it than traditional/mainstream hair conditioners. However, it still does an excellent job of hydrating the hair and was easy to rinse out. After a quick blow dry, my hair felt softer and smoother, but without being weighed down which I often find tricky as my hair is quite fine. I think this is a great conditioner to use for every day to keep your hair in check without overloading it.

Noughty Intensive Care Leave-In Conditioner* (150ml, £6.99, link
If you're looking for an affordable leave-in conditioner that's silicones free, this Intensive Care treatment is definitely worth a try. It contains Argan Oil, Shea Butter, Sunflower Seed and Sweet Almond Seed extracts to help strengthen hair, banish flyaways and frizz and keep it nourished for longer. I like to run a little of this conditioner through my lengths and ends as a finishing treatment and then I'm pretty much good to go for the day. It doesn't weigh down or over-hydrate my dry, fine hair, and a little goes a long way so one tube will last you ages, even with regular use or if you have long hair. 

Noughty Haircare is available from Superdrug and is currently on a 2 for £9 offer, in stores and online at superdrug.com

Have you tried anything from Noughty Haircare?

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