And so here’s another blog post devoted to reviewing Human Nature products. I had the opportunity to purchase a few items more, in addition to those I already reviewed here. I won’t be making this long, hence the post title because I know that people don’t really have the time to read long blog posts. Furthermore, you can find loads of useful information on HHN products on their website. So my task is to let people know if I liked a particular item or not and why.
I wanted to try a mild feminine wash so I bought the Human Nature Feminine Wash in Chamomile Cool. I liked it — it’s mild, cleanses well, and nice-smelling. It leaves you with just a hint of coolness down there. A big plus is the fact that doesn’t contain sulfates, parabens, PEGs,silicones, and synthetic fragrances. A downside, however, is that it is a tad pricey at P154.75 for a 200 ml bottle, but not ridiculously overpriced if you put a premium on reproductive health.
I also bought the Human Nature’s Mandarin Fresh Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner in trial sizes. And it’s a good thing I didn’t go for the bigger bottle and tube as both made me itch like crazy. I nearly freaked out as I have really sensitive, dandruff-prone scalp so after 3 days of use, I had to toss both items. It’s a pity because both were the nicest-smelling hair care products I’ve tried.
By the way, the Human Nature Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner also come in Lush Vanilla. Had a whiff of the shampoo and conditioner at Chimes Abreeza but I found it too sweet-smelling. Defintely not my kind of vanilla.