Maple Holistics sent this product to the author of LeeNG Beauty for free for review purposes. Any opinions are the author’s own.
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Maple Holistics is a cruelty-free, all-natural company that sells personal care products encompassing hair care, bath and body, and health foods. Providing high-quality, natural products for better hygiene and health, they use the purest ingredients to maximize the therapeutic abilities of their products. In addition to being cruelty-free and all-natural, Maple Holistics’ products are sulfate-free, made in the USA, and even safe for color-treated hair.
Customer service is a top priority for Maple Holistics and they stand behind a hassle-free, a hundred percent money-back guarantee. So, if not satisfied with your purchase, you can return it for a full refund or exchange it. Not only do they care about their customers, but they also care about the environment.
Get a free shampoo (or an equivalent donation made to a charity) for every six empty Maple Holistics bottles you mail back as part of their recycling program. When you return your bottles, Maple Holistics recycles and reformulates them into new bottles to use for new products.
I've been a long-term collaborator with this brand, so I’ll list links for other reviews I’ve done about their other products below. Recently, they sent me their newest product, the Apple Cider Shampoo, that costs $12.95 USD for a 10-ounce bottle.
Maple Holistics Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo helps remove buildup, restore volume, and boost shine. Its key ingredient, apple cider vinegar (ACV), possesses scalp-soothing properties in addition to a myriad of other hair benefits. This shampoo is also enriched with sunflower, argan, and jojoba oil to add softness and shine to hair.
I don't experiment much with hair products and use whatever is available to me at the moment. However, I do know what using good and cheap-quality shampoo feels, looks like, and the difference between the two.
When you start washing with Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo, the directions say to use a quarter-size amount of product to lather, let it sit for 2-3 minutes, then rinse. A quarter-size amount is more than enough for short hair. It also has a strong, distinct herbal scent due to its blend of ACV and essential oils (wild mint and rosemary).
I like the ACV Shampoo because it gets all the gel and hairspray out without stripping my scalp in the process despite washing my hair daily. My scalp feels good and my hair is touchably soft and shiny.