Klorane Hair Care Review


Klorane Hair Care Review

I’ve recently tried a new brand called Klorane that I had never heard about before. In case you haven’t either here are some details. Klorane Laboratories fuse nature’s best botanical elements with scientific expertise.  Their main goal is to preserve and respect nature—so much so that they created a patented research and development process known as Pierre Fabre Botanical Expertise®. Here are my speedy reviews of the hair care items I tested out.

Klorane Mango Butter Nourishing Treatment Shampoo for Dry Hair £8.00

The Klorane Mango Butter range is for dry hair. With the cold weather, wind, air con and central heating my hair has been so dry.  This shampoo cleans so well whilst leaving your hair bouncy and fresh.  It does pretty much what it says on the label. Smells of gorgeous juicy ripe mangos and sorts out your dry crispy hair and makes it look healthy and shiny.

I wash my hair once a week, most moisturising shampoos would mean that your hair got greasy in that time, but this one doesn’t. Hair is bouncy, fresh and moisturised. It’s a gentle hypoallergenic shampoo without any dimethicone (silicone).  This shampoo always leaves my hair feeling soft and silky and never irritates my scalp. My hair shines, is soft, easy to comb through and a little goes a long way so it should last a while

Klorane Mango Butter Conditioning Balm for Dry Hair £8.50

This conditioner is one of the best low-cost conditioners on the market for dry hair. It has a thick consistency and is extremely moisturising. OMG it smells great and leaves sad winter hair lustrous and easy to manage. I would thoroughly recommend it for anyone with dry hair, thick hair or both. It combats the issues caused by winter weather such as static, split ends and lack of shine.

The conditioner is thick enough to apply and comb through without it dripping everywhere.  It comes in a squeezy plastic tube so you can cut the end off and get every last bit out before throwing away.  It leaves ends and lengths soft and shiny and you can use it near your roots without being left with greasy flat hair. I can use this on my normal hair and my extensions with no problems.

Klorane Mango Butter Nourishing Leave-In Cream 125ml £12.00

If your hair is extremely dry with split ends then this is a great add-on to your shampoo and conditioner routine. I smooth a 50p sized blob through towel-dried hair from the mid-lengths to ends before blow drying. You do not need to rinse off.  It makes blow drying so much easier and ensures there’s no frizz or flyaways.

This daily nutritive treatment will fortify dry and dull hair that’s lacking in strength. Hair feels immediately more manageable, with improved shine and smoothness. Over time, split ends are repaired and hair is protected against further splitting.


Klorane Oatmilk Dry Shampoo £ 8.00

I’ve tried so many dry shampoos and some are good for one thing and some are good for another.  This is perfect for use on greasy or sweaty hair.

It’s a powder based spray so you press on the bottle to dispense it into semi-targeted areas on your head. My hair is blonde/brown and this is a white powder, so it disappears on my head with a little brush through.  It’s effective when your hair is already pretty greasy (for example on the 3rd day). It leaves your hair feeling clean but not cloggy or sticky, it’s still soft and manageable.  The powder really does seem to absorb grease or sweat and dissipate rather than leaving your scalp powdery and cloggy.


I’ve been so pleasantly surprised with these products and the range in general. The prices are so reasonable and Lookfantastic, which is where I have linked too, often has money off.

I find Klorane comes across as a similar brand to my favourite ever, Korres. So I will definitely be checking out a few new things from Klorane in the new year.

Find out more at www.klorane.co.uk