Sashapure review -a haircare brand with Sacha Inchi oil!

Update: I recently started the Curly Girl Method (read my 30 day update) and was super surprised to learn that -even-though the label of the Sashapure Healing Shampoo & Conditioner states it is sulfate free- it is actually not. 😓 It contains: sodium c14-16, olefin sulfonate, sodium lauroyl methyl isethionate and sodium lauryl sulfoacetate. However, the Sashapure Re-Hydrating Cleansing Conditioner is REALLY sulfate-free. 

The Healing Shampoo and Conditioner by Sashapure are infused with USDA-certified organic and sustainably harvested Sacha Inchi oil. Sacha Inchi is a 3,000 year-old superfood, which is rich in protein, omegas 3, 6, and 9 and vitamins E and A!

Absolutely beautiful natural ingredients that make my hair feel super soft, healthy and shiny! I also love the smell: fresh and fruity and you will be totally surprised how affordable they are!

I am washing my hair with this hair care line since now 9 month and my hair is feeling so healthy and strong!

I will say, that I find that you will need once in a while (every 4 weeks or so!) a clarifying shampoo (I like this one), because this natural shampoo can lead to a bit of build-up since it is so full of superfood to smooth your hair!

I am also a huge fan of the Smoothing & Shine hair treatment (only $4.50!!!) and use it always on the dry ends of my hair after I blow dried it- it gives immediate shine and LIFE back to my hair! Smells so good too! Fruity and fresh!

See for yourself in the video below!

Now, what are you waiting for?  Get it on Amazon!

Disclaimer: I received the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. For full disclosure: I worked with Sashapure on 2 sponsored Instagram campaigns many months ago, but this blog article has been written by me without any payment and purely because I think the company deserves more exposure as I stand behind their wonderful products. Contains Affiliate links. Read my full disclosure.