Both products are hypoallergenic and free of parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals and phthalates.
Hip Peas is also cruelty-free.
I really like shampoo/body-wash combos; they save space and money. Win! And the Hip Peas version is nicely concentrated so you don’t need too much, and lathers up pretty nicely in my kids’ hair, which is often a complaint of mine when products try to be too many things at once.
The Shampoo & Body wash uses a natural blueberry extract for its fragrance, which is not only natural but also adds a nice, subtle scent.
There never seem to be any tears when rinsing out the shampoo. While this is a bonus for my kids, I do know that usually means there are not-so-good ingredients added to offset this.
I really don’t like the conditioner at all. Because it doesn’t, you know…condition. My daughter’s hair is VIRGIN HAIR. She’s three. Any bit of conditioner should leave her hair so silky smooth that a painter would want to chop it all off to make the most amazing brushes in the whole world. But it just leaves her hair blah.
Jesus, I just hate it when brands give the “I’m so natural” line and think that consumers aren’t going to take a closer look at the ingredient list. Here’s what you need to know:
- Hip Peas Shampoo & Body Wash contains
- Hip Peas Conditioner contains
2.5/5 (because of the really questionable ingredients)
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