Update your haircare this World Earth Day

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In an effort to embrace sustainability and help protect the environment, many of us are ensuring the products we buy are eco-friendly.

But along with updating cleaning and personal care formulas, be sure not to forget to update your haircare products too.

Read on for a round-up of great options to check out in time for World Earth Day on 22 April.

Rhyme & Reason

This eco-friendly haircare range is made from 97 per cent naturally-derived ingredients and is housed in sustainable packaging. Not only will the bottles take pride of place in your bathroom, but your hair will appreciate it too! Try the Quench & Curl option to keep curls and coils popping, or the Repair & Restore formula to quench dry hair.


The brand's Clean + Calm Organic Shampoo is made with oat milk and aloe vera to nourish the scalp and enhance the strength and shine of strands. Naturally derived foamers mean the product is thinner than synthetic options, but is super effective at removing oil and dandruff. Plus, the packaging is 100 per cent recyclable.

Maria Nila

Sustainability is at the heart of this Swedish haircare brand, with all products 100 per cent vegan and animal-friendly. Housed in recyclable and CO2 compensated packaging, top options to check out include the True Soft Shampoo, made with smoothing argan oil, and the True Soft Masque, a moisturising treatment for naturally dry hair.

Herbal Essences

The team at Herbal Essences is making strides when it comes to embracing sustainability and now offers a refillable shampoo bottle (excluding the pump) that can be used over and over or recycled. They have also partnered with experts at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew to help protect endangered plants and promote plant biodiversity. A top pick is the Herbal Essences Argan Oil Repair Shampoo, which has intriguing vanilla, fizzy citrus, and exotic spice fragrance.

Innersense Organic Beauty

While Innersense is known for popular products such as the Hydrating Cream Hairbath shampoo and the Harmonic Treatment Oil, the brand is also building a reputation as a leader when it comes to protecting the environment. The company is Certified Carbon Neutral, and all of the white bottles are made from 100 per cent recycled plastic.

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