Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Niche Premium Hair Care: Natural, Organic & Animal Friendly!


When it comes to my body I'm very picky about what I put on,  and in it. I have sensitive skin, so I only use the very best when it comes to cleaning products, beauty products, vitamins, make-up and hair care. Since my surgery I've been  spending extra care in reading labels, buying natural and organic products. One company that I've come across recently is Niche Premium Hair Care. Niche takes pride in providing Natural Hair Products, that are at least 98% organic, 100% top quality, and have been around for almost 20 years.



Since I've had surgery over six months ago, I've noticed that my hair has thinned out quite a bit. I'm super careful about what to use on it, as I'm afraid of losing more. Niche is luxury hair care that is all natural, that I'm not afraid to use it on my hair. They are a high end company that even spas carry their products!

Niche is an Earth friendly type of product. They only use aluminum bottles when it comes to packaging, to help prevent plastic bottle waste ending up in landfills and our water. They identify themselves with organizations like Oceana  and Greenpeace.

"Every year, over 1,000,000 sea birds and 100,000 mammals and sea turtles die due to plastic in our oceans.

The Pacific Ocean is now home to “The Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” a patch of floating plastic reported to be somewhere between the size of Texas to the size of the USA.
This has to stop, and the only way it will is if we use less plastic. So, why aluminum? Aluminum can be recycled endlessly, whereas even recyclable plastic has a limit to how many times it can be recycled before it ends up in a landfill, ocean, park, or animal’s stomach."

Aluminum is perfect packaging for products, as it's quite valuable when it comes to recycling. Even if it was to end up on the streets, many would collect it to recycle and get a refund. Aluminum doesn't rust, plus it's more sturdy then plastic. It's by far better to spend a little more on a product with earth friendly packaging, as well as natural ingredients, then hurting the Earth.

Niche products are sulphate free, EDTA free, paraben free, sodium chloride free, and free from animal tested ingredients.

Interested in reading their blog? It's quite interesting with hair care tips... click here!



2 comments :

  1. You are so right when it comes to the products we use! Love your blog messaging! Following you on GFC from the Rats and More blog!
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  2. It's great to see you going with eco-friendly products. Looking good should never come at the expense of the environment. Curiously enough, this post just made me happy I decided to go for a wig made from natural hair as opposed to something synthetic.

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