Mane 'n Tail - Herbal Gro - Shampoo & Conditioner

Mane 'n Tail | Herbal Gro | Shampoo & Conditioner

shampoo brand used by celebrity’s

Mane 'n Tail is a hair care brand that is reportedly being used by celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Sarah Jessica Parker and Jenifer Aniston to name just a few, the product range was firstly intended for show horses and ponies. I started using Mane 'n Tail back in January, I wrote a review about their deep moisturising shampoo and conditioner which I really like and it has been great for my hair. When I came to order my next lot on Amazon I thought I would try out the Herbal Gro range instead as it also has great reviews. You can buy this set for £8.99, as I love it and have been using it for the past seven months I have been buying the larger packs of 6 so I don't have to keep re-ordering it.

The Mane 'n Tail hair care range contains ingredients that help your hair grow faster, become stronger and reduce breakage. My hair was short on my shoulders in January and now its below my bust so my hair has grown very quickly, I have had my hair trimmed twice during this time as well. I have always had very fine hair and now it does feel stronger and slightly thicker. I have noticed a lot less hair fall on my brushes as well. I’ve found that spraying rose water on my roots has helped too.

When I use the shampoo and conditioner I leave it on my hair for a few minutes each so it gets to work its way deep into my hair roots, the shampoo lathers up really well and leaves my hair feeling clean, soft, shiny and manageable. I use a sliver shampoo once a week to help keep my blonde hair light, but otherwise I use this daily and I don't intended on using any other brand to wash my hair as I have been really happy with the results I get from this.

If you’ve got dry, coloured and damaged hair I recommend checking out my review of Phyto Paris haircare. Or you may find my other posts helpful to promote strong healthy hair: Biotin tablets and Palmer's Strong Roots Spray.

Discclaimer: Product bought with own money. This is not a collaboration.