The products are natural and vegan and they don't contain silicones, parabens or paraffin. As the name suggests, they're mango-scented and that's what your hair will smell like during the day after using the products. I love it!
I always used the shampoo and conditioner but varied the time I left the conditioner in my hair before rinsing it. My hair is usually a pain to brush through after washing it and it was significantly easier than normal when I used the mango products, especially when I left the conditioner in my hair for over 3 minutes. It's actually recommended to leave in the conditioner for 3-5 minutes but it does a good job even after a minute. However, the hair does look and feel extra silky if you give it 3-5 minutes.
As I mentioned, the products are empty now and they kept my hair in a very good condition even though I dye it on a regular basis. There's no miraculous effect to make my fine hair look voluminous or thicker but I genuinely think this is a great basic product combination for fine hair. It provides enough moisture, helps to detangle my hair and smells amazing. That's good enough for me.
Are you intrigued by Basler hair care? I hope so, because I have a giveaway for all of you lovely people living in Switzerland. Head over to my Instagram (@swissbeautytalk) to win the set of the Basler Fruits & Flavour Lemon shampoo, conditioner and hair mask in the photo below. The shampoos are created for all hair types, the lemon conditioner and the hair mask are suitable for fine hair which tends to get greasy.
All in all, I'm positively surprised by Basler Fruit & Flavour hair care. Don't be fooled by the simple packaging, the products are worth a try. They cost around CHF 7 which is definitely not too expensive.
Have a great day!
*press samples, all opinions are honest and my own