Christina Moss Naturals shampoo conditioner review
Christina Moss Naturals is an all organic/natural products brand that began over 15 years ago. It’s a family owned and operated business that prides itself on environmentally conscious products while also providing a luxurious experience for the customer. Each product is hand crafted without incorporating harmful ingredients such as; parabens, PG derivatives, sulfates, propylene glycol, or fragrances.

Christina Moss Naturals Shampoo Conditioner Review

The Christina Moss Naturals Shampoo comes in an attractive, green bottle that is 8 Fl oz or 236.59 Ml. The contrasting purple flowers against the green bottle is well thought and adds sophistication to the shower area. The bottle is somewhat smaller than its Wal-Mart super sized competitors, but those who are attentive to organic ingredients will overlook it.

Here is the ingredients list right off the bottle. The first is the Christina Moss Naturals Shampoo and second is the conditioner.

Christina Moss Naturals Shampoo Conditioner Review

Christina Moss Naturals Shampoo Conditioner ReviewI found no issue with working the shampoo into a lather. Generally shampoos without sulphates are harder to sud. The texture is creamy and a little seems to go a long way. I have long hair and a quarter size works fine. For best results, I washed my hair a second time.

Christina Moss Naturals Shampoo Conditioner ReviewChristina Moss Naturals Shampoo Conditioner ReviewThe conditioner has a light, lovely citrus scent that is very faint and doesn’t linger like unnatural fragrances. It’s an opaque, creamy texture that doesn’t dissolve quickly in water. That means you’re getting maximum conditioning that lasts yet doesn’t weigh the hair down.

Christina Moss Naturals Shampoo Conditioner ReviewConditioner under water to check quality.

Christina Moss Naturals Shampoo Conditioner ReviewOverall, I would highly recommend both products if you are attentive to the ingredients that are in beauty products. I believe these organic products are great for all ages and hair types. It is a bit expensive ($18.99 w/free shipping through Amazon) for the amount of product you receive, but quality organic ingredients aren’t cheap. If you’d like to check them out click the picture or click here for their website.

Christina Moss Naturals Shampoo conditioner review

As far as scalp issues, I’ve had Seborrheic dermatitis all my life. I have not noticed any improvement from using this shampoo and conditioner yet. In between uses I still need my medicated shampoo to keep my symptoms down to a minimum. Many people on Amazon have mentioned improvement in their scalp issues. With continued use I hope to say the same!

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1. I go walking with my Mom & Dad every morning for 1.5+ miles.

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