Hello pretty girls! here is my Sukin Botanical Protein Treatment Review!
Sukin Botanical Protein Treatment is a deep conditioning treatment to nourish and strengthen the hair. It is rich in aloe vera, calendula and chamomile to soothe tired, dry hair and contains hydrolysed wheat protein and sesame to fortify and nourish hair. It is suitable for all hair types, especially dry and damaged hair.
Sure, I like a bunch of things about Sukin Australian Natural Skincare products, but nothing so much as the delicious feelings of smug self-satisfaction I get from using beauty products that are vegan, certified carbon neutral, use recycled packaging, and contain no sulphates, petrochemicals, artificial colours, triethanolamine (¿que?), mineral oils or parabens. So if you hear me say something like, “Oh, does my hair look shiny? Thank you for noticing. Just so you know, my hair is environmentally sustainable. CAN YOU SAY THE SAME?”, I would appreciate it if you’d ignore my glaring hypocrisy and just humour me. This is a skill my close friends and family have honed over many years.
Sukin Botanical Protein Treatment ($12.95 AUD) is a wash-out hair mask designed to moisturise and strengthen the hair. The Botanical Protein Treatment is packaged in a plastic jar with a screw-top lid. It’s got the signature Sukin scent, in which I pick up mainly mandarins and bergamot (Typing this has prompted me to repeat seductively in my head, “A HINT OF BERGAMOT,” on account of the Nigella Laswon Twinings TV ad.) I like the scent and find it comforting, because I’m using a handful of Sukin products at the moment and my nose-brain enjoys consistency, apparently. The Botanical Protein Treatment itself is a thick gel-creme consistency.
My jar does not look like it did in the picture above anymore. It’s almost all gone and that made me realize that I must’ve quite liked it, because I barely ever finish products due to my almost pathological inability to see anything through to the end. I put theBotanical Protein Treatment in my hair for about ten minutes about once a week (it lasted about three months with that level of usage) after shampooing and conditioning, and it leaves my hair soft and shiny. Oh, and I don’t leave the Botanical Protein Treatment on for the full suggested time [see earlier comment regarding this issue]. I’ve never felt it lessened the product’s effects, but I just wanted to note that the product instructions tell you to let the Botanical Protein Treatment penetrate the hair for fifteen minutes (Gosh, I’d love to make a joke about penetration and fifteen minutes but I can’t quite think of one. Lame.)
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