Beauty Without Cruelty Rosemary Mint ShampooI’ve had quite a journey trying to find the best haircare solution for my problem hair. I went SLS-free a long time ago, but finding a good SLS-free shampoo has proven very tricky. I’ve run into problems ranging from unpleasant scent, to no suds, to difficulty rinsing, to frizz-enhancing nightmares… I think I’ve probably run the gamut of shampoo issues.

After a few months of continuous use, one shampoo that I really like is Beauty Without Cruelty’s Rosemary Mint Tea Tree shampoo. It has a nice minty scent and it cleans my hair really well with adequate suds and easy rinsing. My frizz is still an issue, but it’s minimal and may be a result of the conditioner. That said, I don’t use the BWC Rosemary Mint Tea Tree conditioner, but I’d be willing to give it a try! My next order from drugstore.com (which, along with BigCrumbs.com, is one of my favorite places on the web) contains Lavender Highland shampoo and conditioner, so I’ll fill you in on how that works.

Some basic info from the BWC website about Rosemary Mint Tea Tree shampoo:

BWC Rosemary-Mint-Tea Tree Shampoo is a special, plant-based formula that thoroughly cleans your hair while promoting a healthy-looking scalp, Natures vital botanical and pure premium aroma-therapeutic essential oils stimulate circulation, clarify and refresh. Penetrating plant proteins combined with panthenol restore body and shine while improving its look, feel, and texture. Your hair and scalp will be naturally clean, healthy, and refreshed. Gentle enough for daily use. 100% vegan–Vegetarian; 100% Pure Premium Essential Oshadhi Essential Oils; Paraben Free; S.L.S. Free; No Synthetic Fragrances

All in all, I think this is a great option for anyone looking for a good SLS-free shampoo.

Have you tried Beauty Without Cruelty? What are your opinions of the brand?

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3 Responses to Review: Beauty Without Cruelty Rosemary Mint Tea Tree Shampoo

  1. […] a big fan of the brand for their stance on safe ingredients with no animal testing, and I have had good experience with their shampoo in the past. After a few uses, I think it’s definitely something that can help fight frizz when I opt to […]

  2. Rene says:

    Is the BWC Rosemary Mint Tea Tree Shampoo safe for colored hair?
    Please let me know, I’m thinking of giving it a try!

    Thanks!

    • Erin says:

      Hi Rene! Yes, this shampoo claims to be safe for color treated hair. While I’ve stopped dying mine (trying “gray life” for now!!), when I was using this shampoo, I had highlights and lowlights, and also root coverage dyes.

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