Buy or Bye: Herbal Essences Bio:Renew

I have been on the look out for a new shampoo and conditioner combo and whilst out shopping I noticed that Herbal Essences had released a new line of duos to the Herbal Essences family; bio:renew. All of them looked so lovely, I knew I had to pick one up, test it out and share my thoughts on this blog.

The bio:renew formulas are all free of parabens, gluten and colourants, which is perfect if you like to keep your hair in tip top condition. In the collection, there are a total of seven duo’s and the one I picked up is the ‘Golden Moringa Oil’ pair.


Herbal Essences Golden Moringa Oil Collection is packed with ingredients to give your hair a sleek and glossy look. With a lingering scent of juicy orange, white floral bouquet and coconut water, this smells delicious!


To start with the shampoo, I love this; it lathers well, feels luxurious and leaves my hair smelling fresh for days afterwards. Typically, Herbal Essences shampoos don’t agree with my hair but this was a completely different story. When I use this shampoo, I can easily get away with washing my hair once a week!

The conditioner was no disappointment either, after shampooing I simply run a handful of the conditioner through my ends, leave for 5 minutes and rinse. This leaves my hair feeling so healthy and soft, I couldn’t recommend this anymore!

Overall, I am completely obsessed with this duo and if you only wash your hair a few times a week you need them in your life!

Have you tried any products from the Herbal Essences bio:renew range? Let me know in the comments!


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  1. I used to use Herbal… loved the smell. I didn’t feel like my hair was getting as clean as I wanted, but I haven’t used these since high school. Loved the smell.. maybe I should try again with these. Thanks for the info


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  3. I have another scent in this brand right now, and I’m not as happy with it as you are! I feel like it doesn’t keep my hair soft, instead it’s tangly and more dry than I’d like. Yay for no parabens though!


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