Monday, September 6, 2010

Product Review - DAVROE

While we are on the topic of hair, here is what I use on my crazy locks

Davroe are an Australian made and owned company who show that they care about their customers and the environment by using sustainable, recyclable packaging. Their ingredients are natural plant and mineral based and don't contain and harmful chemicals or cheap and nasties like SODIUM LAURYL SULPHATE,  PARABENS (which have been linked with some form of cancers) or PETROL CHEMICALS (which are a crude oil by-product).
Davroe are a 100% vegan friendly company. This means they don't use any animal ingredients or by-products AND they are against testing on animals too!
So now that their bio sounds great, how do their products rate? I would give them a 10/10 for sure. 
I have been using the smooth senses range for about a year, I was a previous De Lorenzo user, but am definitely a Davroe convert now. 
As a girl with a crazy pseudo afro I have to straighten my hair every day and with that amount of abuse you would expect my hair to be falling out and damaged as hell. NOPE! I use the Thermoprotect on my wet hair before I blow dry and iron it to give it that extra protection and to style my new short cut i use Fibretex which gives it fantastic texture and holds nicely. If my hair starts feeling a bit dry i put on a replenish treatment. EASY!
All of these products smell so good and unlike the DeLorenzo which left my hair greasy, I only have to wash my hair every other day now. 
Davroe is amazing. Check out their website and see which product best suits you. It is salon grade shampoo, so it will be a little more costly than supermarket brands but it is definitely worth it.


Vicki said...

Thank you for posting this! I have been looking for a vegan shampoo for my damaged blonde hair. I am so excited they do a blonde shampoo!!

K said...

I might give their dandruff range a try. I was about to resort to chemical filled anti-dandruff stuff. Do you buy it online I couldn't see a store listing?

Stacy said...

K said...

Thanks, I've just emailed them to ask about stockists in Melbourne. I would prefer to get some tomorrow than order online.

PinkFiend said...

Ooo, good to know. I was going to try making some of my own fancy shampoo/conditioner when my current junk runs out, but I'll need some leave-in conditioner on stand-by, at least!