I’m not a stranger to these products – they’re not new – but I’m flagging them ahead of Breast Cancer Awareness month which gets so swamped with pink things. I’m a Philip Kingsley fan anyway from way back when Elasiticizer first arrived and showed me just what an intensive conditioner could do.
No Scent No Colour is probably the brand’s least known range and yet in many ways it is the most interesting. It was developed by Philip for his wife Joan in 2006 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because of her medical regime she couldn’t use any perfumes or colourants in any of her personal care products and struggled to find things she could use. So, Philip set about creating hair products that she could use while undergoing chemo and radio therapy – and that’s how No Scent No Colour was born.
While the beauty industry certainly gets right behind Breast Cancer Month, donations from the sales of this range are given all year round – 50p from every 250ml bottle and 25p from every 75ml bottle of either goes straight to Look Good Feel Better. It soon adds up. I’m thankful that I don’t need this range, but I have a friend who does so she will have this set, but bear in mind that if you have sensitivities in general to fragrances, parabens, SLS and colourants regardless of medical condition, No Scent No Colour is well worth trying. The formula uses Lauryl Betaine (a mild, non irritating cleansing agent) and Glycerides (softens and hydrates) and you can use it daily – please note that it does contain SLEs.
You can find both HERE – shampoo (250ml) is £18;50 and conditioner is £22.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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