Rahua Colour Full Shampoo and Conditioner Review - Really Ree
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Rahua Colour Full Shampoo and Conditioner Review

23 Jun 2017 (Updated: 21 Jan 2019)

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I have had a previous positive experience with Rahua haircare when I reviewed Rahua Hair Detox and Renewal Treatment Kit, it seriously returned the moisture back to my frizzy curls. Rahua is an award winning haircare company with a celebrity following (Gwyneth Paltrow and Megan Fox, reportedly love it), they’ve also got great ethical credentials making Rahua an even more tempting treat. This time I’m reviewing the Rahua Colour Full Shampoo and Conditioner to see if the results are just as good.


Rahul haircare is:

  • Based on Rahua oil- harvested sustainably from the Amazonian rainforest, super fine Rahua oil particles are small enough to penetrate deep into the hair shaft, giving immediate moisture
  • Made with 100% plant derived ingredients- The entire formula of all their products come from plants!
  • Contains no Sodium Laureate Sulphate, Silicones, Parabens and Gluten
  • Cruelty free and vegan
  • Symbiotic- meaning that all Rahua’s ingredients must be harvested from virgin forests of the Amazon. Cultivated and obtained using only the same traditional methods used by Amazonian tribes for centuries
  • Colour Full Shampoo is £36.00 for 275mls and Colour Full Conditioner is £38.00 for 275mls

Rahua Colour Full shampoo and conditioner is designed for all shades of coloured hair, to help maintain a vibrant colour and glossy finish. Coloured hair is more porous and more in need of moisture and gentle cleansing. I myself have an ombré that is growing out and a penchant for temporary hair dye, so I feel that Rahua Colour Full is a good match for my parched hair.

Rahua Colour Full Shampoo and Conditioner Review

The packaging is very pretty- pearlised plastic showing the purple hued product within and gold lids. It definitely looks expensive. The ingredients list is stuffed full of plant derived ingredients- Chamomile extract, King of Hair extract (!), Morete oil, Rahua oil, Lavender and Gardenia. The shampoo and conditioner are light purple in colour,  which doesn’t impart to the hair but it does look pretty. Both shampoo and conditioner have a pleasant floral scent.



Colour Full Shampoo

Colour Full Shampoo lathers well and cleanses my hair well without leaving it feeling “squeaky” and dry. It’s funny, I just realised that the shampoo has sorted out my itchy scalp. My scalp can’t cope with anything perfumed- I can’t use Aveda, Bedhead brings me out in hives. I won’t use anything with silicones, sulphates or strong perfume so my options for shampoo are limited. I was having a delightful outbreak of flaky itchiness when I started using Colour Full. After two short uses my dandruff and itching is totally gone.

Rahua Colour Full Conditioner

Colour Full Conditioner is rich, creamy and intensely fragrant. It contains Amazonian clay which absorbs brassy tones from both blonde and brunette dyed hair. You can use the conditioner as a deep nourishing mask or as a leave in condtioner. The longer it is left on, the more the oils will penetrate into the hair shaft. Because there are no synthetic chemicals, it’s fine to leave some of the product in the hair to do it’s work.

Rahua Colour Full has left my hair really glossy and less frizzy after just a couple of uses. My scalp is also definitely enjoying some Rahua. It is an expensive product, I’ll grant you, but you can see that the ingredients are hard to come by so it makes sense that they cost more. Find Rahua here

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