Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment

I don't know how I managed to keep this a secret, but it's about time I rave about my favorite hair care product! I was sent the Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment for frizzy, coarse or unruly hair a while back and have been using it religiously for over two months. I love it! I am on my way to ordering a new tube for Liz Earle. After the very first time I used this treatment, I was absolutely amazed at how smooth my hair had become. And I love the earthly herbal, citrus scent to death! The smell lingers in the hair for a bit, but I wish it would last forever! I find myself sniffing my hair from time to time to get a whiff of this stuff. It's really that good.

Liz Earle Botanical Shine Treatment Review
A blend of red algae, cotton extract and sumac wax has been specially selected to smooth and tame even the most unmanageable hair, and an exquisite fusion of eight essential oils, including sweet orange and rose-scented geranium, plus vanilla extract, will leave your hair beautifully scented. Naturally active ingredients include red algae to help enhance the hair’s natural barrier, cotton extract to improve smoothness and sumac wax to smooth and tame even the most unmanageable hair, plus apple and orange extracts to boost shine.

At the cost of $27.50 for a 5 fl oz tube, it's pretty pricey, but worth the price if it works for you. I have been using this stuff twice a week, every week. When my new tube arrives I will reduce the usage to cut the cost and make the product more effective. I have noticed that after using it so often, the treatment has become less effective. It's always a good idea to try to switch up skincare and hair care products so the my body does not get used to the products, rendering them ineffective.


  1. This product looks really good. Good list of ingredients, very hydrating.

  2. Lovely review. Currently I am using this conditioner and I love it!!

  3. quite expensive but I might try in winter.good thing they ship in europe :)

  4. Hmm, expensive, but if it works on my frizzy hair it would be worth it!