[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] Well, this turned out to be an unexpectedly lovely hair treat. I know it’s a given that we are all seeking sensory comforts with candles, bath oils and fragrances (sales bear this out) because they give us a bit of a lift, and this is no different – I was absolutely smiling at the scent of this hair milk.

John Masters Organic Hair Milk

It reminded me of the Malin + Goetz rose candle with a sweet rose that’s fresh rather than cloying. The milk itself is a leave-in treatment that gives shine and moisture as well as a bit of hold. I found it volumising despite the light-weight nature of the milk so it’s a good one for days when you want your hair to look extra good and swishy rather than just good. Better yet, my hair still smells lightly of roses this morning. Ingredients include rose water and apricot kernel oil as well as capaucu butter.

Obviously, how much you use depends on how much hair you have, but I used a tiny amount – less than a 10p size – and that was exactly right for my mid-length hair. It’s £29 but I think will last a long time given that it’s 118ml (although the tube size made me think it would be more). There are no mineral oils, silicones, parabens or synthetic fragrances or dyes in this. You can find it HERE, non-affiliate HERE.

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