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Review: Noughty Intense Moisture Treatment

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The Noughty To The Rescue Intense Moisture Treatment (try saying that out loud!) is something I was sent in a beauty box. I used to be subscribed to get quarterly boxes from the Vegan Kind (a gift from my sister), and for a while I really enjoyed discovering new products.

This To The Rescue treatment was something I got weirdly excited to review. Years of bleaching as a teenager (well… and as an adult!) has left me with brittle, frizzy hair that I can’t quite bear to chop, so I’m constantly on the lookout for new treatments and products to help me reclaim it! Ever since I went vegan I’ve been looking for something to replace the Lee Stafford CoCo LoCo range (which is amazing, cruelty free and vegetarian, but sadly not vegan).

For a while now I’ve been sticking with my all-time favourite hair mask from the Body Shop, but my beauty box with the new Noughty mask arrived just in time for my pot to run out. Perfect timing!

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Noughty’s Hair Mask Packaging

I love the packaging on this product. I really like the colours (and the fact that it so proudly displays it’s vegan status – it has the vegan society trademark!). The pot you get is humungous, too; I feel like this is going to last me a while.

Another noteworthy proclamation on the tub is that this product is free from silicones, parabens, sulphates and petrochemicals. Although I usually love products like this, and definitely reach for them in other areas of my life, haircare is one of the exceptions. I’ve often found that when a product is almost completely natural, it doesn’t have what it takes to battle my tough hair. It’s a mess, in short, and takes a lot of work to tame.

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The Hair Mask Itself

This product definitely beat out the natural haircare products I bought from Holland and Barrett’s when I first went vegan (fail), and for an almost completely natural product I was very impressed! My hair was left smelling like I’d just stepped out of a salon – one of my favourite feelings – and it was noticeably softer than it had been beforehand. I loved knowing that all this had happened to my hair without any harmful chemicals or other ingredients that might be lurking in a less natural product, and after a quick search on their website I found their philosophy, which I adore.

We believe perfection is not only overrated, its dull. We want everyone to lighten up and be their happiest, most real selves.

How lovely! Big brownie points for Noughty Haircare.

Noughty To The Rescue Mask Summary

All in all, it came very close to the Body Shop hair mask I mentioned earlier and it’s only two thirds of the price, so I guess that’s a win! (I don’t know about you, but I’m always on the hunt for a bargain). I’m dying to review some of Noughty’s other products; they’re always bringing out new products and I was lucky enough to receive a PR package from them.

Noughty have a huge range of products for all kinds of hair, and I absolutely love that they’re vegan, cruelty-free and almost completely natural! They’re available to buy at Superdrug and with Ocado, but if you buy directly from their website you can often snap up a really good deal.

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