It’s no secret that the beauty trend for the last few years has been on natural beauty. In addition to using skincare and makeup that are natural and organic, haircare has been a big area where consumers are pushing for sulfate-free, silicone-free, and paraben-free products. Today I want to share with you the LaCoupe Naturals range, which feature four different collections that target four specific concerns.
The LaCoupe Naturals Moroccan Rose Volume Loving was created using a blend of aloe leaf juice, coconut water, Moroccan rose, as well as biotin and collagen to help thicken and volumize the hair. It comes in a shampoo, conditioner, and volumizing mousse. The formula is sulfate-free, silicone-free, paraben-free, DEA free, petroleum-free and propylene glycol-free. Over the summer, this was my favourite of the two ranges I was able to try out.
First things first – this range smells AMAZING. You know how I love to incorporate roses in every step of my beauty care routine, and this is the first ever rose-based haircare line that I’ve ever tried, and I’m obsessed. It doesn’t smell overly strong, and the scent doesn’t linger, so I get to enjoy it just when I want to. I love having volumnous hair, especially when the weather is nice.
LaCoupe Naturals Coconut Milk Moisture Quenching is perfect for the fall and winter months. It’s rich and hydrating but not heavy, which is great for when the weather gets cooler. It contains aloe leaf juice and coconut water, as well as a blend of oils to help nourish dry hair. My hair can get a bit dry and static-ky when the indoor heat gets turned on, so this range helps to prevent frizz and keeps my hair smooth. I love the coconut milk scent as well; it’s very warm and earthy.
In addition to how well these work, the best part is also that the prices are super reasonable. The shampoo and conditioners come in 500mL large format bottles with a nice pump, and are priced at just $9.99. The Volume Loving Mousse that’s part of the Moroccan Rose line comes in 200mL for also just $9.99. As they are drugstore brands, you can also find them on sale.
If you are looking for an affordable yet natural alternative to drugstore haircare, you should look into LaCoupe Naturals.
Moroccan Rose Shampoo & Conditioner
Coconut Milk Shampoo & Conditioner
Product provided for review consideration by PR; all opinions are my own.