Tamese & Jackson Shampoo, Conditioner and Body Wash review
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If you read my MLE Expo 2016 post, you might know that I attended the Muslim Lifestyle Expo in Manchester. One of the brands that I came across was Tamese & Jackson, who focus on halal certified toiletries.
I mean I'd heard of Halal certified toiletries, but they always seem so woo-woo and not something you normally want to look into much further.
After the expo, I contacted the company, and they very kindly told me more about the company and sent me full-sized products to review.
HOW DID TAMESE & JACKSON START?
WHAT DOES TAMESE & JACKSON MEAN?
WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT TO USE HALAL PRODUCTS?
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO BE A HALAL PRODUCT?
So, finally onto the review! Tamese & Jackson sent me the Blue Orchid Moisturising Shampoo & Conditioner. They also do two other scents which are Lime & Reyhan and Mint depending on your hair care needs.
Tamese & Jackson Shampoo
The shampoo smells amazing and is really moisturising. You get a lot for your money, and I can see that this is going to last me a LONG time. The blue orchid smell is not too overpowering, but it definitely has a pleasant smell.
Mr. T tried it as well over the weekend, and his only criticism is that it doesn't lather, but I don't mind that to be honest, as I guess with more natural ingridients, you're not going to get much of a lather.
Tamese & Jackson Conditioner
The conditioner has the same smell as the shampoo, which is kind of unusual, and even after washing out, the smell lingers in your hair, which I love!
Both products are incredibly moisturising, especially in the current weather, we can all do with some moisturising.
Tamese & Jackson Shower Gel
The body wash they sent is Lime & Reyhan which is so refreshing in the mornings when you're half asleep. At the moment, I'm the only one using it as Mr. T can't use overly scented products at work, but his only criticism is again the lack of lather.
By now, you might have worked out, he likes a lather!
When you dispense the product, it's quite thick and gel-like and does take a couple of pumps to do your whole body, so this might be one to save for when you need that wake-up rather than every day. The scent lingers initially when you come out of the shower, but after say an hour, it disappears.
HOW MUCH IS IT?
The shampoo and conditioner retail for £5.95 each. The body wash is £3.95.
WHAT DOES IT INCLUDE?
The range consists of 3 separate scents which span shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion and hand wash.
WOULD I RECOMMEND IT?
I would definitely recommend this range to anyone looking into halal, vegan or nicely scented products.