O’Right Dandelion Sensitive Shampoo

O’Right Dandelion Sensitive Shampoo is the newest product from the world’s greenest cosmetics company O’Right. Dandelion sensitive shampoo is available now from Harvey Nichols RRP £18.25 for 400ml, and is made from 98% natural ingredients, even the bottle is eco-friendly!

I was intrigued to find out more about O’Right as the boy is quite passionate about being eco-friendly something he has learnt at school. When I told him about a shampoo bottle that not only was eco-friendly, but also makes bottles that grow into a tree, he told me I was being silly!

O’Right have thought of everything from the soy based ink, certified paper and the unique biodegradable bottle with embedded seeds. Which with the right conditions will decompose in a year and be replaced with a beautiful Acacia tree. Add to this that the shampoo itself is free from Parabens, colorants and other harmful chemicals and you must have a winning product?

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But at the end of the day the product has to work, so the boy has been testing out O’Right’s Dandelion Sensitive Shampoo. The first thing we liked was the shape of the bottle, the boy said “its like the bottles pirates have!” I think he means rum bottles, and he is right it is a tall elegant necked bottle. We both love the bamboo lid, this has a unique beauty of its own, and I know the boy wont let me throw it away, as it is very tactile. The shampoo itself has a lovely smell sort of herby, and green and to my surprise lathered up very well. I have found in the past that other synthetic free products don’t lather well and you end up using more to get the job done. But not with this O’Right Dandelion Shampoo, which lathered up easily and cleaned in one wash.

The boy has been using the O’Right Dandelion Sensitive shampoo for a week now, and we are both happy. The boy has lovely clean hair which looks nice, and he is happy as he is helping the environment, and doesn’t have to wash his hair twice.  While some of the other bottles in the range have the seeds, the Dandilion Shampoo dosent so we will have to wait to have a go at planting a bottle.

O’Right have a great range of green hair care products so why not visit their website, Facebook page or chat to them on twitter, to find out more about their green credentials.

As long as you put in efforts, you can turn ordinary into extraordinary. O’right firmly holds the belief that we must always treat the environment well. This is the core value of ‘It’s O’right. We believe that actions speak louder than words, and that immediate actions shout even louder. Because of this we have long rejected the use of raw materials that will cause environmental pollution and harmful effects to people’s health.


If you would like the chance to try O’Rights Dandelion Sensitive Shampoo for yourself, I have the three bottles to give away to one lucky winner worth over £50! For your chance simply enter with the gleam app below.


Disclaimer we were sent this product for review, the opinions remain ours and have not been altered.

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  1. We recycle, use low temp and water saving features on the washing machine and dishwasher and try and make do and mend where possible 🙂

  2. we recycle, re-use paper/cards etc. for craft projects, make sure everything’s switched off at the mains and try to limit electricity usage

  3. recycle, use a compost bin, turn off taps plugs lights when not using them. reuse bag, upcycle things. we do lots

  4. I ask everyone if they need a wee when I go to the loo to save flushing.
    My hubby will get a bath with our son.
    We recycle all we can and even if our recycling bin gets full we will take stuff to the recycling bins at the dump 🙂 x

  5. our new washing machine washes on low heat.every light in our home is led or recycled bulbs and we only turn heating up when needed

  6. We recycle everything we can, we have solar panels, our toilets have eco flushes, and our taps have regulators to slow the speed of the water cong out!

  7. We try do do what we can – follow a plant-based diet, recycle, use energy saving light bulbs, switch of electricals at night and when not in, switch off lights when not in the house, be conscious of water use, take our own bags to the shops….

  8. We put all our wasted veg in our tub and make our own compost and Recycle as much as we can, Take clothes to the clothes bank, Glasses to the bottle bank etc x

  9. I always try to make sure any appliances / light switches we are not using are turned off. We also reuse old carrier bags.

  10. We recycle and compost
    Have a reusable shopping bag
    Have reflectors behind our radiators
    Use energy saving light bulbs

  11. We recycle as much as we can, keep lights off when not needed and chargers etc too, make sure use food up so no food waste

  12. I recycle and try to buy second hand rather than new. I always give unwanted things to charity or regift them rather than throwing them away.

  13. we recycle, and i follow this!

    if its yellow let it mellow
    if its brown flush it down!

    to save water in the loo 🙂

  14. we eat all our leftovers and we have a dog so there is never food waste. we also try to buy as little packaging as possible

  15. We compost, recycle, buy things without packaging where possible, put washing machine on low temp, turn off sockets at night, buy eco cleaning products and grow some of our own food.

  16. We regularly recycle card, paper, tins, glass and cans. We do some composting. I try to reuse items such as ribbons from presents in my crafting and making gift tags from Christmas cards.

  17. we recycle everything we can, including any left over foods. we also rarely have the heating on, just add an extra layer

  18. Minimising our waste – the only food waste we allow ourselves is bones. Everything else is eaten because we try not to overbuy. Any oddments go in a dog, a cat, soup or the compost to grow more veggies

  19. We recycle as much as possible and also keep our energy consumption to a minimum. This is easier since we had cavity wall & loft insulation added.

  20. I recycle as much of our waste as possible, and have recently started a compost heap. Old clothes are either given to charity or passed along to others, as are toys that are no longer used x

  21. We recycle as much as possible, shower instead of bathing, using our washing machine on a low temperature, turn off all our plugs and switches when appliances and lights aren’t needed or being used and we collect rainwater to water our plants.

  22. We have very little domestic waste (about 1 carrier bag a month at most) We recycle and/or compost everything. We are also careful not to buy more food than we need so as not to have any food waste 🙂

  23. Turning the lights and any other electricals off when not in use. I tend to turn things off at the wall as some devices ‘off’ is actually ‘standby’

  24. Everything we do is green from recycling to composting and saving energy. We try to set a good example for our children to follow!

  25. I recycle everything possible here. I also do the switch everything off not just to standby. I also buy environment friendly household products and use microfibre cloths rather than chemicals

  26. we recycle what we can,never leave water running and turn off all electricity that we are not using x

  27. We recycle, share bath water, carefully plan food so theirs no waist and use energy efficient lighting

  28. We recycle everything we can and reuse what we cant, we also make sure we never have empty room lights on

  29. Turning off plugs that are not in use. Shutting internal doors. Putting on an extra layer when cold.

  30. I recycle, compost, turn the heating down, turn unnecessary lights off, wait for a full load in the washing machine and dishwasher, use Freecycle, put up insulated lining paper, topped up the loft insulation, use a Smart meter, save the bath water, collect the rainwater, run, cycle or bus to work, choose things with less packaging, grow my own fruit and veg and think about my actions.

  31. Recycle, never waste food, wear a jumper instead of turning the heating on and don’t use more water than needed.

  32. Recycle, turn tap off when brushing teeth, turn temperature on heating down, switch off lights and electricals when leaving the room, bake and cook food in bulk. Just common sense things to save power

  33. We compost and recycle, use energy saving bulbs, turning them off unless we really need them. We have replaced the bath with a walk in shower (and encourage the teenagers to shower at the gym).

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