Natural Haircare with Maple Holistics

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Hey guys! I'm super excited to share today's post with yall. I've been using this Tea Tree Oil Shampoo from Maple Holistics the last several weeks and am in love with it for so many reasons. I've talked a few times about how I really like natural products and making clean/healthy substitutions where I can, so when Maple Holistics reached out to me about trying this natural shampoo, I was immediately intrigued.

Their products are all natural, cruelty and sulfate-free, safe for use on color and made in the US of A, which is awesome! The particular shampoo I tried, Tea Tree Oil, is free of parabens, GMOs and gluten. The smell of this shampoo alone is worth everything haha. I love a good, clean scent and I kid you not that I got giddy when I opened the bottle for the first time. A mix of tea tree, lavender and rosemary oils makes for the yummiest and most soothing shampoo I've used in a while.

This time of year I struggle a lot with a dry scalp and breakage from the cold and lack of moisture in the air. Not only do the Maple Holistics products promote healthy hair growth, but because of the different oils in the ingredients, your hair and scalp will be soothed and rejuvenated beyond belief! I've been so pleased with the results I've seen in just a few short weeks.

Maple Holistics has an entire line of natural products from beard oil to castile soap, facial cleansers and even some products for your furry loved ones! ;) I've only used the Tea Tree Oil Shampoo, but am eager to try this and this next. One of the coolest things Maple Holistics does is offer a free samples program. All you have to do is fill out a short form and then choose the sample you'd like to be sent. Such a great way to allow you to try a product before buying!

I'd love to know what product(s) you're interested in trying. And let me know if you try out a free sample!

xx Alex

PS - The robe I'm wearing is from ASOS and this exact print is no longer available, but I've linked some other favorites from their site here.