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Herbal Essences Celebrates Its 40th Birthday

Herbal Essence Herbally Ever After 40 Years

Despite being an American brand, the affordable haircare range from Herbal Essences is an undoubted British institution. My dad loved herbal essences and I always remember them being in the shower from as young as I can remember, I seem to recall there always being a bottle of the Chamomile, Aloe vera and Passion Flower. You might not be surprised then to hear that Herbal Essence is this year celebrating their 40th anniversary, and as part of their festivities they’ve asked me to share this fab achievement with you guys. So tell me, which was / is your favourite Herbal Essences product?

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If you can remember this advert from way back when, it finishes on a line of she lived “Herbally Ever After?” (oh I also found this amusing, original ad from France). This line has inspired the creation of two fabulous celebratory products from Herbal Essences named, funnily enough, Herbally Ever After. What I love about these wonderfully affordable products is that they don’t skimp on efficacy, nor are they loaded with silicones and tonnes of haircare nasties, all whilst exuding an incredible scent of royal jasmine and sea palm, creating a floral yet slightly mouth watering fragrance.

The shampoo is gorgeous and creates an insane amount of lather. Your hair feels clean but it didn’t leave me feeling dry and stripped. The conditioner, also in the same fragrance, is rich and creamy, melting in the hair and delivering a decent amount of moisture. Afterwards, you really can smell the products, although it’s very difficult to smell my own hair, being a boy with a relatively short cut hair. The bottles are 400ml and will last an age as you don’t seem to need very much which seeing as though they’re priced at £3.79 rrp, is enormously good value. I think the couple would make a nice little edition to any Mother’s Day gift, just so she can try something different. To explore the rest of the Herbal Essences products, you can visit the website to discover the range.

Now here’s something really special, Herbal Essences are running a competition across the blogosphere to win some great prizes (again, I’m thinking Mother’s Day!). All you have to do is drop me a comment, sharing your Herbal Essences memories for a chance to win. A winner will be chosen from the blogs running posts on the Herbal Essences 40th Birthday Bash by brand ambassador and celebrity stylist, Ben Cooke, so don’t show me up! The fab prizes are as follows:

  • 1st Prize- Cut & Blow Dry with Ben Cooke at Lockonego Salon (worth c. £300) in Central London
  • 2nd Prize- a year’s supply of Herbal Essences Shampoo and Conditioner
  • 3rd Prize- a Herbal Essences Hamper

Anyway, enjoy my first post using Vine, showing my own Herbal Essence “yes, Yes, YES!” moment.

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Terms and conditions:

  1. Open to all residents in the UK aged 18 years or over only, excluding employees of Procter & Gamble UK and its affiliates or agents, the families of such employees and any other person connected with this promotion.
  2. The Prizes : 1st Prize covers: Cut & Blow Dry with Ben Cooke, Herbal’s celeb stylist, at Lockonego Salon in Central London (worth up to £195) to be booked by 30th April 2012. Travel, accommodation and other costs are not included.  2nd Prize- a year’s supply of Herbal Essences Shampoo and Conditioner – 200ml bottles across one of Herbal Essences ranges. 3RD Prize – a Herbal Essences Hamper of products worth up to £11.05
  3. To enter leave your comment on the blog stating your favorite Herbal Essences moment.   Comment must appear by 13tH March 2013
  4. No Purchase Necessary.
  5. One entry per person.
  6. After the closing date the winner will be chosen by a panel of judges including Ben Cooke and an independent adjudicator based on the best comment. Winners will be notified via the blog within 14 days of the closing date and they have 7 days from date of notification to confirm their win and provide details of their name and address, otherwise the promoter reserves the right to select an alternative prize winner.
  7. The 2nd and 3rd prizes will be delivered within 28 days of prize claim being received.
  8. Winners may be required to take part in reasonable publicity associated with the promotion.
  9. There is no cash alternative in whole or in part.
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Harvey Specter
Posted at 13:09 February 27, 2013
Garry Walsh
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Mum uses this all the time, love the idea of a Mother’s Day gift. I’ll have to go and check it out.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 12:53 February 27, 2013
Meaghan
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I loved Herbal Essences. I haven’t really used it since the brand changed but I used to love the bottles lined up on my bath, so classy.

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