BeeKind | Gilchrist & Soames

With a fresh lemon verbena fragrance and extracts of honey and certified organic red clover extracts, BeeKind™ Shampoo is as soothing as it is stylish.

I’ve enjoyed using the Shampoo from Gilchrist & Soames Bee Kind Collection for the past year, so I decided it was about time to try out the rest of the items in the collection.

Since I have especially fine hair, I don’t tend to use conditioner, but I have a shorter hairstyle that requires a daily wash I figured I’d add conditioner into the mix to keep my hair as healthy as possible.

Shampoo, Conditioner and Body Wash.
Shampoo, Conditioner and Shower Gel.

Here are some of the reasons I love to use the shampoo from this particular line…

  • It’s gentle on my hair and doesn’t dry it out, even with daily use.
  • The lemon fragrance. (As I’ve mentioned before I have issues with strong fragrances, but this shampoo with its refreshing lemon scent is just right.)
  • It has honey extracts (which keeps your hair looking silky and healthy.)
  • No parabens

Along with the conditioner, I also purchased the shower gel and Aloe Soap. I tend to go the shower gel route when it comes to by bathing routine, but if you like bar soap better, definitely check out the BeeKind Aloe Soap.

With extracts of honey, red clover, calendula, lemongrass and chamomile, this triple-milled soap is as soothing as it is stylish. Natural aloe leaves skin feeling moisturised, nourished and refreshed, while the bright, fresh lemon verbena fragrance invigorates and uplifts.

You can purchase the shampoos and shower gel in different sizes depending on what your needs are, or if you like more than one of the items they have both hair care and bath sets for the collection.

Looking to change up your hair care and bath products? Check out the BeeKind Collection here, as well as the other collections available from Gilchrist & Soames.

~theavidpen

Note: These opinions are my own. I was not compensated in any way for this post.

1 Comment

  • Reply Melinda March 17, 2016 at 4:15 pm

    Sounds heavenly to me!

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