beauty scoop | seaweed bath co. wildly natural seaweed argan shampoo citrus scent

seaweed bath co argan citrus shampoo

A few weeks ago, I shared my current beauty picks on The Clean Beauty Blog. While I mentioned several of my staples, I also listed items I’m currently testing for review.

Today, I’m excited to share two in-depth haircare (natural shampoo and natural conditioner) reviews with you!

I’ve been testing Seaweed Bath Company’s Wildly Natural Seaweed Argan Shampoo Citrus Scent for several weeks now, and I must say that it’s a great pick for summertime.

seaweed bath co argan citrus shampoo

{Seaweed Bath Co. sent me its Argan Citrus Shampoo to review. It retails for $16.89 for 12 ounces. Photo Courtesy Seaweed Bath Co.}

I think this shampoo is a perfect summer pick because the energizing orange scent — which comes from pure orange essential oil — is so refreshing on the hottest of days (you know, like when it’s 88 degrees at 8 a.m.).

I feel good recommending Seaweed Bath Co. Wildly Natural Seaweed Argan Shampoo because it’s something everyone can try; it’s extremely moisturizing, thanks to seaweed extract, argan oil and vitamin E, yet isn’t too moisture-drenching for fine-haired girls like me. It’s also gentle enough for color-treated hair (I have highlights and this stuff didn’t fade them at all).

Another great thing about this shampoo — and the entire Seaweed Bath Co. line — is its inclusion of an interesting ingredient: seaweed!

Seaweed contains tons of essential and non-essential amino acids, which can help to hydrate dry skin and alleviate flaking. Remember, a healthy scalp is the key to healthy hair, so be sure to nourish from root to tip with a great, vitamin- and amino acid-rich product.

And while topically applied seaweed may not work on your hair and skin as quickly as eating a diet full of seaweed (have you ever seen a Japanese woman without long, beautiful, luscious hair?), you will be drenching your hair in almost all the vitamins of the alphabet when you treat your hair with seaweed (vitamins A, B, C and K to be exact!).

As I mentioned on The Clean Beauty Blog, Seaweed Bath Co.’s Wildly Natural Seaweed Argan Shampoo doesn’t lather too much because it’s free of the conventional sulfates (remember my explanation of them?) that create those familiar suds. However, you do still get a slight lather and you’ll never feel unclean after using the shampoo.

On your first use, you may find the thick consistency of the shampoo a little strange, but remember, it’s loaded with a lot of good stuff and not diluted with tons of junk. Here’s a highlight of some of the great active ingredients:

Safflower oil with bladderwrack seaweed extract, Argan oil, Pro-vitamin B5, Aloe, Vitamin E, Orange essential oil, Ginger essential oil

And as any good company does, Seaweed Bath Co. lists all of its products’ ingredients right there for you to see, so there’s no mystery when it comes to what you’re buying.

Be sure to get the details on Seaweed Bath Co. Wildly Natural Seaweed Argan Conditioner Citrus Scent, too!

Have you ever tried products with more exotic ingredients? How do you feel about sulfate-free shampoos and the lack of suds? Tell me your thoughts in the comments section.


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