I have tried the Safflower one, so when the opportunity came to try this as well, and even though the coriander made me a little skeptical, I jumped at it. My hair can't seem to make up it's mind what it's issue is. I've struggled with it being oily for so long and I think all the things I have used to try and combat that have sapped it of life and damaged it, so I was looking forward to seeing what this could do.
First off - I love the packaging of this range. It just looks really pretty next to the other shower products that look so similar to each other. I don't like how small the conditioner is - I use way more conditioner than shampoo, as I think most people do, so I think the size range should match.
The shampoo is quite thick and feels luxurious as you run it through your hair. The scent was actually quite surprising, fresh and a little spicy. Not the overpowering coriander I feared. It takes a little extra to get the lather that I like. The conditioner feels quite heavy, like a treatment. I liked the softness of my hair after using this. The strength potion is my favourite - like a leave in conditioner. My hair felt really soft and smooth after it dried.
I think this range is great, the only thing that puts me off a bit is the price. I understand why the price point is more, but I have done some other trials that have been great for my hair and not had the high price point. I think I prefer the Safflower range, the smell is more me, but I will stick with the strength potion.