In my quest to go natural I’ve had some difficulty with certain products. Haircare has been one of them. Some products have made my hair happy and others my scalp but nearly never the twain shall meet, particularly when it comes to styling aids. I have fine, wavy/curly hair, and a lot of it. Currently, it’s just past my shoulders. I’m always looking for just the right shampoo, conditioner and product to give it oomph but not fry it out, or tame the curls a bit without weighing them down. Enter Josh Rosebrook. It’s already been established how much I adore his Nutrient Day Cream, as well as the man himself, but recently I’ve had the opportunity to try out some of his haircare line and I’m blown away. The shampoo cleanses my hair without leaving it overly dry and straw-like or in need of detangling as do so many. The conditioner is the perfect weight for my fine curls; it cares for them but does not leave them limp. Both have an aloe vera base and are full of other botanicals to promote shine and softness. Josh also notes that they both contain the anti-microbial phytochemical Thymol to promote healthy scalp and follicles that help keep hair growing strong and thick. My hair has never been softer or shinier and my scalp is also super happy! Add me to the list of those singing the praises of this line. I’m perhaps most impressed with the new Lift Hair Texture and Volume spray. I always love the sound of texturizing spray, but I’ve always need to use these sparingly or in conjunction with some time of moisturizing leave-in as they tend to frizz and fry my hair out. This I can use on its own and it gives me beachy, bouncy hair with no frizzies, no tacky feel, no overwhelming smell. In fact, the scent of this product alone is enough to come back for; it’s full of good for your hair ingredients and amazing scents such as organic herbal infusions of lavender, rosemary, sage, thyme, peppermint, and organic essential oils of lavender and ylang ylang. Do yourself and your hair a favor and snag some of these lovely hair products.