Nov 21, 2013

What's In My Shower

As a daily ritual most of us partake in, I fully believe that showering should be an indulgent experience.  And when I say this, I don't mean expensive.  Indulgent, to me, means using products that make you feel expensive. While my shower routine is actually quite simple at the moment, these following products make me feel pretty fancy.

I love the smell of rosemary and this shampoo and conditioner combo by Avalon Organics does it well. If I'm being honest, though, the conditioner half of this pair is moot when it comes to moisturizing. It's reminiscent of my experience with Shea Moisture's Deep Treatment Masque. However, they both volumize like no one's business, which is what they claim to do. No serious complaints here.

This soap by Nubian Heritage is a true gem. The chai scent is very light, unlike many other heavily spiced renditions of the drink. Rose extracts add a touch of sweetness. This soap is seriously one of my favorite shower finds in a while! 

And as usual, my in-shower skincare routine consists primarily of Johnson's Head-to-Toe Baby Wash, a konjac sponge and the occasional manuka honey facial.

What about you all? What's in your shower?


  1. That soap sounds so appealing. Mmmm Chai.

    I actually use the tressame brand of conditioner. Because my hair seems to really love the formula. So much that I gave up sulfate free shampoos because the conditioner has dimethicone :/

    1. The soap is amazing! I'm going to spring for the body wash version of the scent next time, though it's a bit pricier. As far as this conditioner goes, I'm thinking I may use it as a shaving cream and head to the drugstore for a better option (Garnier was my former go-to). I totally understand your debacle with tresemme, though. I say just take the good with the bad and enjoy your silky hair :)

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