headonism : products

What the press are saying about headonism natural hair care products

Vogue magaxine coverVogue
Ahead Of The Pack

“The natural goodness of headonism haircare which contains no synthetic fragrance, preservatives or  sulphates, is beautifully preserved in amber glass packaging”

Calgary Avansino - Vogue February 2006

Tatler magazine coverTatler
Miss Natural World

“We’ve picked the cream of the crop so you can enjoy some ethical pampering”

Antonia Whyat - Tatler February 2006

Cosmopolitan magazine coverCosmopolitan
Beauty Director’s Choice

“Ultra-gentle Headonism shampoos and conditioners are detergent-free and you can choose from three natural organic essential oil fragrances”

Alessandra Steinherr - Cosmopolitan January 2006

Zest magazine coverZest

“Our favourite for a fragrant wash
Headonism Shampoo Scent 2 is organic, chemical free and made from pure essential oils of ylang-ylang, patchouli and lavender.”

Ella Porter - Zest February 2006

Sunday Telegraph
Back To Nature

“Transform your bathroom into a veritable garden of eden”

Kate Rose Morris - Sunday Telegraph January 2006

Company magazine coverCompany
It’s Only Natural

“Not all products are as gentle on your hair and skin as the new Headonism range. They are like moisturisers for the head.
Natural alternatives replace synthetic ingredients you find in some brands and they work on every hair type, so there is no confusion about which products to choose.”

Sam Dean - Company December 2005

Evening Standard Magazine coverEvening Standard Magazine (ES)
Designer Dandy

“Headonism shampoos and conditioners come in amber glass bottles with natural cork.”

Molly Mangan - ES Magazine December 2005

Zest magazine coverZest
Gym Hair Essentials

“Want a gym-honed body without trashing your tresses? – stay in post-yoga mood with this uplifting blend of rosemary, ylang-ylang and patchouli extracts”

Zest Magazine – November 2006