Pure Potions Haircare | Review

August 14, 2017

New Pure Potions

Recently I was sent a PR package which included a shampoo and conditioner to review on my blog.

As a beauty and skincare consultant I have my skincare and makeup routines perfected but my haircare is a different story. My hair was once thick and long but since my late teenage years when I suffered with severe depression and was on antidepressant my hair started to fall out and the regrowth was weak and fine hair.

Fast forward a few years and the depression went away and the pregnancies came along, my hair fell out drastically after having both my children so I am left with fine hair that falls out regularly. Where am I going with this you ask? I have spent my whole adult life looking for a ‘natural’ shampoo and conditioner (especially when pregnant) and have never found anything that I have loved to use and has drastically improved the condition of my hair.


When I found out I was going to receive these Pure Potion products I was so excited. This natural hair and scalp range is perfect for people that have hair like me, my scalp and hair have had a massive shock! No more itchy and flaky scalp and I have noticed and dramatic reduction of hair loss from using this nourishing product that is full of organic plant-based ingredients like hemp seed oil, nettle and camomile which combined created a gentle cleansing of the hair and scalp.

I only wash my hair a couple of times a week maximum because the shampoos I use make my scalp itch and my hair fall out. Using the Pure Potions range I feel more confident that when I’m washing my hair I won’t be causing any harsh effects on my head.

Pure Potions are formulated without the use of petrochemicals, perfumes, parabens, phthalates or soap based detergents, because who really wants to be using a chemical on their hair?!

As these products are 99% natural I also used them on my 4 year old daughters long and thick hair. We had to use a little bit motor product on her hair as it is so long and thick but it worked wonders in preventing irritation on her eczema skin. Unfortunately, many other haircare brands, even though specialise for children, are not always so gentle on eczema, dry and irritated skin. These products haven’t shown any sign of this on her skin and I can feel better knowing I am not using any harsh chemicals on her young hair and scalp.


Overall, I really enjoyed using this product with my daughter, it makes my hair stay on my head, soft and shiny and making it smell nice and fresh in-between washes. I really hope that this is a long term product for me and I continue to see the benefits. As I only use a shampoo and conditioner once or twice a week £18 a bottle really isn’t a bad price if you think about how much you would pay for a good cleanser.

So if you are looking for a natural shampoo and conditioner full of natural ingredients, cold-pressed oils and essentials oils, I would recommend trying these products.


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Pinar Rawlins

UK beauty and lifestyle blogger

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