Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Let the conversion begin.

I got new shampoo and conditioner. It has everything I wanted, nothing I didn't, and came very highly recommended at the health-food store. The brand name is Prairie Naturals, and it's even made in BC, and cost $12.50 for 500 ml. They have lots of different formulas for different hair types, and despite having no artificial fragrances, the products smell wonderful. I feel like they could do with the help of a graphic designer, because I was tempted by the pretty Alba and Burt's Bees bottles, but after three very satisfying washes, I'm ready to let that go. I'll keep y'all posted on the continuing conversion.


  1. I will try it once my hair is grown-out and 100 per cent natural.

    PS: Did you know Burt's Bees is owned by Clorox? (My mom uses that question as a tactic to sell her lip balms to BB-using customers.)

  2. Ooo, I'll try too!! I did NOT know about Burt's Bees & Clorox! Ugggh!

    Ah- Where can I get my hands on your mom's lip balm? I love it and it's probably much cheaper than the stuff I buy. Can I buy through you? What else does she make?

  3. i will snag you a balm (sounds dirty) next time i see her. she does the balms and healing salves and insect repellant.