Saturday, November 09, 2013

Davroe Hair Wellness.

For a lady who prides herself on using predominantly Australian, cruelty-free and natural wherever possible in her beauty arsenal, I am reluctant to admit I'd not been aware of a local South Australian company (est. 1930) who produce salon quality natural, vegan hair care free of SLS, silicones, petrochemicals and parabens known as Davroe.

I was lucky enough to attend the Adelaide Beauty Conference recently, allowing me the opportunity to listen to the lady behind the Davroe range speak passionately about her products, their history and their plans for the future.
"Davroe is 100% vegan. The only animals tested on are us. We don't need to test on animals, there is no reason we need to keep doing it."
Considering they were the first Australian company to venture into SLS-free shampoos and are aware a natural ethos can "put a company in a corner", the thought and passion put into Davroe is evident through the ingredients; all fragrance is sourced locally in SA, and the star ingredients are pure plant and flower extracts such as Australian Hibiscus flower extract, Australian Native Violet extract and Australian-Grown Blueberry extract. How delicious!

Davroe are in continual pursuit of becoming cleaner, greener and more sustainable. While they work to ensure the palm oil used in their products are ethically and sustainably sourced, they conduct extensive research and trials in the hope to phase out this controversial ingredient.
"A natural product still has to work, otherwise what's the point?"
Davroe is made and owned in South Australia, a fact I am infinitely more proud of than our claim over pie floaters and the Crows AFL team. While I'm reluctant to give an in-depth review of the Moisture Senses range I'm currently working may way through until I've used the last drops, I am already in love. Watch this space.
Visit the Davroe Website for more information.
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6 comments:

  1. Oh wow, I didn't know Davroe was from SA. My hair-dresser's always had them around for as long as I remember. I own a hair protectant gel... thing from them, I believe. Lol.

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  2. I've never heard of this brand before but they definitely sound like something I should try out. I love supporting Aussie brands :)

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  3. I have a few of their products but hadn't really looked into their stand point - lovely to hear about it, thank you!

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  4. You definitely should, I am really enjoying them!

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  5. Haha, I can't help but read your comments in your voice even though it's been years since I've heard it irl.

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