Garnier Ultimate Blends 'The Delicate Soother' Shampoo Review

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When it comes to buying toiletries, I just can't help myself. Shampoos, conditioners, shower gels and bubble bath - you name it, I'll be buying it or at least attempting to stop myself from buying even more. At the moment I tend to use my John Frieda Go Blonder shampoo as it helps keep my colour in check but I've always been a fan of Garnier's shampoos too so I knew I wanted to give this a go. 
Garnier have a whole range of Ultimate Blends hair care with options to choose from such as 'The Strength Restorer', 'The Colour Illuminator' and now their latest addition - 'The Delicate Soother' shampoo, taken from the brand new Delicate Oats range.

I must admit that I was attracted to the shampoo itself firstly thanks to it's cute cream and white pink packaging. It has a lovely soothing scent and lathers up perfectly thanks to its light and creamy formula. The shampoo itself includes ingredients of rice cream and oat milk which is perfect for sensitive scalp and fragile hair. The rice cream is essential for softening and protecting whilst the Oat milk helps to comfort a sensitive scalp. I'm always a bit skeptical of trying new shampoos - it's so irritating when you've washed your hair with a new shampoo and your hair ends up looking greasier than it did before you washed it! The Delicate Soother definitely didn't give me this problem and after blow drying, I noticed my hair also had more volume to it than it normally does as well as being freshly clean. It made a difference to the softness of my hair as I do straighten it a lot so I wouldn't often describe my hair as being soft, but this definitely works.

The 'Delicate Soother' shampoo retails at £4.99 but is currently half price as an introductory offer in shops such as Boots, Superdrug and Wilkinsons. There are also new products in the Delicate Oats range to try such as a daily conditioner, heat protection milk, body lotion and even a multi purpose soothing balm

Have you tried any of the 'Ultimate Blends' range? x
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  1. This sounds lovely, my hair has gone really dry lately. I will have to give this a try.

    Emmy | Emmys Beauty Cave | Bloglovin

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  2. I love oat milk in hair products! I'm using OGX coconut curls right now but may need to give this a try when that runs out!

    Charlotte
    www.talkstageytome.co.uk

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