Locks in Goodness is a new brand aimed at children to help style and tame their hair with it’s key message being that it only contains ingredients with a 100% natural origin meaning they have been minimally processed and still closely resemble the original plant. Also all ingredients approved by the British Soil Association.
First off is the Hair Gel which I knew my boy would love to try. He’s recently got into a phase where he loves to style his hair himself and has grown it so that he can slick it down on one side.
“Every dollop of our natural, 95% organic and vegan hair gel is bursting with 100% plant-based goodness to give your locks the right amount of hold without any nasties”
A bonus of the product being packed with natural essential oils is that it is also great for helping to prevent nits and lice – just what you need when you have primary age school children. Being full of natural goodness as well means I know that my boy isn’t putting any nasty chemical filled products into his hair. The first thing he commented on when squirting some out was the smell, and I think that’s down to the tea tree oil fragrance.
He wouldn’t let me touch his hair so here he is with his own slick hair style!
Onto the Hair Smoothie which is a leave-in conditioner that aims to detangle and smooth hair. My daughter has really thick, wavy hair that tangles easily, not something she is fond of and not something that I find overly manageable. She will only wear it in two plaits on a daily basis as it’s the only way it keeps it under control. She finds just one ponytail too heavy and admittedly I agree, it is bulky and we struggle to find hair accessories to hold it in place properly.
Anyway, once or twice a week we do wash her hair to make it squeaky clean although it’s quite a task to then work through it with a tangle teezing brush to try and untangle and tame it.
“Every squidge of our natural, 90% organic and vegan leave-in conditioner is bursting with hair loving oils and 100% plant-based goodness to give your locks the right amount of hold without any nasties”
So this weekend she washed her hair as normal then after lightly towel drying it, she applied a dollop of the Hair Smoothie which she ran it between her fingers and down the lengths of her hair. I could immediately see a difference with her hair detangling as I helped using a tangle teezer brush to go from top to bottom. Whereas it would normally take a number of attempts to get the brush from top to bottom this definitely made it quicker and easier to separate the hair and left it looking really smooth ready for the plaits to go in again!
So what do we think of Locks in Goodness hair goodies for kids?
- They smell really natural and full of goodness
- They come in easy to squeeze out tubes that are made from sugar cane and are both 100% recyclable and biodegradable
- They do exactly what they say on the tube – that’s either style the hair or detangle depending on product
- They are simple to use and perfectly suitable for kids of all ages
If you wish to try the products then head to Locks in Goodness and use code LIG10 for a 10% Discount Code & Free Delivery.
I also have a set of both products to give away to one of my readers – just fill in the Gleam form below:
The Locks in Goodness Giveaway #5
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions. We are not paid for reviews although we do receive the product to try out and enable us to write the review.
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One of the great things about hair gel is that it is versatile and can be used on a variety of hair types, from straight to curly to kinky.
It can also be used to create different types of such as slicked-back looks, spikes, and textured styles.