How do you feel about shampoo?
I know, I know…that’s a terrible way to say welcome back to the farm blog.
WELCOME BACK! We are busier than ever at Pumpkin Rose Farm! I have been knee deep in science classes (more like in-over-my-head deep), and the Queen Mother has begun her journey to becoming a health coach! I’m hoping she’ll make a foray into the blog world and take over my little corner of the blog universe.
But, seriously: shampoo.
I will take any opportunity to use Chemistry Cat in a conversation.
How does shampoo make you feel? I have short-lived relationships with types of shampoo. I use one kind for a while, and before the bottle is anywhere close to becoming empty, my hair starts looking unwashed after IT’S JUST. BEEN. WASHED.
I can remedy this by using globs larger than the state of Arkansas to create a ridiculous lather, but somehow, I know this is not the answer. I can move on to another bottle of shampoo, but it really gets old having to switch shampoos before I’m done with a bottle.
I love the idea of a winter blend shampoo because I love all things seasonal. Everything about me changes with the seasons, and now I can add shampoo to the rotation.
This shampoo has five types of minty goodness. I’ll admit that I was initially hesitant to smear 5x the mint on my head just to have 5x the mentholated agony of mint + wet hair + winter air.
My fears dissipated quickly, for there was no mentholation to be had, even after letting the shampoo “osmose;” I love it even more because the bottle actually says to osmose.
I don’t even mind letting it osmose on my head because of the ingredients it has—or doesn’t have. It even comes in a seasonal bottle. Did I mention how much I love seasonal things? For real, though. Tack a fall or winter picture on any ordinary product, and I'll most likely adore it.
Back to the shampoo. The best part is that my hair looks clean, and the amount of fly-aways has been reduced.
I can’t wait to try their other products. You can even try their products…FOR FREE! How? Just visit their site and fill out the form to request a free sample. It’s that easy!
Stay warm and healthy! Because this is a health-minded blog, I'll remind you to take vitamin C and zinc and elderberry and turmeric. Even better: eat them!
This post was made because of a collaboration with Maple Holistics, but all opinions are my own.