GOSH

GOSH


Overall rating
4.0
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75%
would repurchase
4.0
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Overall rating
75%
would repurchase

Recent GOSH Reviews

Lumi Drops Illuminating Highlighter - Vanilla
4.0
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3 months ago

I use this as a highlighter on cheeks, the corner of my eyes and under my brows. The 'reflectiveness' is medium, (not mirror-like shine) and the glitter particles are small, so no individual specks of glitter are visible on the skin. This makes it useful for daywear and adding subtle highlights. The consistency has a bit too much slip for my taste, as I already have oily skin.

Lumi Drops Illuminating Highlighter - Vanilla
4.0
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3 months ago

I use this as a highlighter on cheeks, the corner of my eyes and under my brows. The 'reflectiveness' is medium, (not mirror-like shine) and the glitter particles are small, so no individual specks of glitter are visible on the skin. This makes it useful for daywear and adding subtle highlights. The consistency has a bit too much slip for my taste, as I already have oily skin.


Overnight Dry Oil VITAMIN BOOSTER
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3 months ago

According to the GOSH website the Overnight dry oil is a 'vegan-friendly overnight treatment product for dry hair, split ends and damaged hair, which has been over-processed or heat damaged'. Which just about describes my hair. I use it as an overnight treatment and as the last step when I style my hair. It definitely makes hair softer and shinier. The ends of my hair are frizzy and when I use this, the ends come together in strands like normal hair instead of looking like cotton wool. I'm not sure how much it actually repairs. But I do find that it adds a protective layer which prevents hair from drying out and splitting and it certainly makes my hair look much better. The fragrance is pleasant and mild - I get asked what perfume I'm wearing, when I use it. It's a spray, but I don't use it as such; I spray some on one hand, rub my palms together and smooth it primarily over the ends and then the rest of the hair. EDIT: I upped it from four to five lippes, becuse I find myself using it constantly.I'm amazed at how it leaves my hair shiny and bouncy and not greasy at all. I've looked up one of the main ingredients; Sclerocarya Birrea Seed Oil, also known as Marula oil, which has hydrating properties and small molecule size, so it soaks in instead of leaving a greasy layer on top. There is dimethicone in the GOSH oil, and I know that some reviewers don't like 'cones, but I'd definitely recommend sampling another product with Marula oil, since this seems to be the magic ingredient.

Overnight Dry Oil VITAMIN BOOSTER
5.0
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3 months ago

According to the GOSH website the Overnight dry oil is a 'vegan-friendly overnight treatment product for dry hair, split ends and damaged hair, which has been over-processed or heat damaged'. Which just about describes my hair. I use it as an overnight treatment and as the last step when I style my hair. It definitely makes hair softer and shinier. The ends of my hair are frizzy and when I use this, the ends come together in strands like normal hair instead of looking like cotton wool. I'm not sure how much it actually repairs. But I do find that it adds a protective layer which prevents hair from drying out and splitting and it certainly makes my hair look much better. The fragrance is pleasant and mild - I get asked what perfume I'm wearing, when I use it. It's a spray, but I don't use it as such; I spray some on one hand, rub my palms together and smooth it primarily over the ends and then the rest of the hair. EDIT: I upped it from four to five lippes, becuse I find myself using it constantly.I'm amazed at how it leaves my hair shiny and bouncy and not greasy at all. I've looked up one of the main ingredients; Sclerocarya Birrea Seed Oil, also known as Marula oil, which has hydrating properties and small molecule size, so it soaks in instead of leaving a greasy layer on top. There is dimethicone in the GOSH oil, and I know that some reviewers don't like 'cones, but I'd definitely recommend sampling another product with Marula oil, since this seems to be the magic ingredient.

Vitamin Booster Shampoo
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4 months ago

I had severely damaged hair from a full bleach process. Apart from a combination of Aphogee 2-step protein treatment, Olaplex and Redken PH bonder, I used this to gently cleanse my hair. The company states that you can use it to replace shampooing every 2-3 times, but I use it much more often. The only time I use shampoo nowadays is when I use a clarifying shampoo to get rid of product build up, perhaps a couple of times a month. I find that the GOSH cleansing conditioner cleanses gently and effectively - when used correctly. I didn't bother reading the instructions in the beginning and ended up with oily hair. I just massaged the roots with the cleanser and rinsed, like I would with a shampoo. The proper way is to lightly massage the cleanser into roots and pull it through till the ends, let it sit for a few minutes - very important; if you don't leave it to react with the oils and dirt in your hair, you'll end up with oily hair -, then rinse. Depending on the state of your hair, you can follow with a conditioner or a mask (which I always use instead of conditioner). I highly recommend this cleanser for hair that is chemically treated, dry or frizzy, or for people with a sensitive scalp, as either a supplement or replacement for shampoo. I have heard that it is similar to New Wash from Hair Story, though I haven't tried this brand myself.

Vitamin Booster Shampoo
5.0
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4 months ago

I had severely damaged hair from a full bleach process. Apart from a combination of Aphogee 2-step protein treatment, Olaplex and Redken PH bonder, I used this to gently cleanse my hair. The company states that you can use it to replace shampooing every 2-3 times, but I use it much more often. The only time I use shampoo nowadays is when I use a clarifying shampoo to get rid of product build up, perhaps a couple of times a month. I find that the GOSH cleansing conditioner cleanses gently and effectively - when used correctly. I didn't bother reading the instructions in the beginning and ended up with oily hair. I just massaged the roots with the cleanser and rinsed, like I would with a shampoo. The proper way is to lightly massage the cleanser into roots and pull it through till the ends, let it sit for a few minutes - very important; if you don't leave it to react with the oils and dirt in your hair, you'll end up with oily hair -, then rinse. Depending on the state of your hair, you can follow with a conditioner or a mask (which I always use instead of conditioner). I highly recommend this cleanser for hair that is chemically treated, dry or frizzy, or for people with a sensitive scalp, as either a supplement or replacement for shampoo. I have heard that it is similar to New Wash from Hair Story, though I haven't tried this brand myself.