Despite being the author of this cruelty free beauty blog I don’t give my hair as much TLC as I do with my skin, nor do I spend nearly as much moolah on haircare as I do on makeup.
My once-lovely tresses, especially the ends, now sport the worst damage I’ve ever tended to in years from constant dyeing and styling, with salon visits few and far between.
I’ve religiously used several LUSH Cosmetics conditioners in the past, and I found they would start out extremely well but my hair would gradually become harder and harder to manage. It’s a shame because I haven’t tried their new shampoo bars yet, but in all honesty, I think I’ll need to put those aside until I nurse my hair into a more manageable state.
Anyway, I ran out of conditioner a couple of weeks ago and never got around to replacing it. That is, until this morning.
My first experience with Davroe was when I tried a sample of their Replenish Jojoba Creme Treatment from the show bag I bought from the 2014 Cruelty-Free Festival in Sydney. It was super effective, even on my crazy damaged locks and I can’t believe I haven’t tried the rest of their range yet.
So when I found out that Hairhouse Warehouse stocked Davroe last month, I made the decision to drop in again to nab myself a good quality, cruelty-free conditioner by Davroe.
The guy who asked me if I needed help seemed knowledgeable, and today’s customer experience was far better than my previous visits where the sales girls were a little unwelcoming or like I was wasting their time. So when he confidently suggested the moisture senses range by Davroe, I happily accepted.
But being the easily upsold consumer I am, I decidedly took up the offer they were running and bought the limited edition value pack.
At this point, the only thing I’m concerned about regarding these products is the fragrance. I mean, Jasmine & Musk?! Not exactly my favourite scents.
Anyhow, Davroe’s philosophy is highly laudable but that’s just the icing on the cake. The fact that they’re 100% Australian Made and Owned and 100% vegan friendly are what puts the cherry (or cherries?) on top.
So if you’re on the hunt for a new brand of cruelty-free haircare, do give Davroe a go because I haven’t tried a hair product that made my over-styled hair so smooth and healthy looking since I was in high school.
I’ll report back in a couple of weeks to let you guys know how this Moisture Senses Shampoo and Conditioner Duo goes! In the meantime – watch this space.