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How about some fruity fabulous banana puree for your hair, an adorable banana hand milk (that you can mistake for a real mini banana) or a color-correcting banana setting powder?
If you are a banana lover, like us, you seriously don’t want to miss out on those yummy products. If you don’t like bananas, this is NOT for you. You will either love (go bananas) or absolutely detest those products.
1The Body Shop Banana Truly Nourishing Series
Banana Truly Nourishing Shampoo & Conditioner
We start off with this must have for all banana lovers. The Body Shops new Banana Truly Nourishing Shampoo & Conditioner is like a fabulous banana cocktail for your hair. The products are 100% vegetarian and enriched with ripe Community Trade Organic Banana Puree from Ecuador and Community Trade Honey, leaving your hair soft. Your hair gets gently cleansed and as the cherry on the top, leaves your hair smelling in an uplifting, tropical banana kind of way.
Banana Truly Nourishing Hair Mask
If you just want to try one product from this series, go for this amazing banana hair mask, containing banana puree from Ecuador and Brazil nut oil from Peru. This is 100% vegan and a once-a-week treatment that leaves your hair feeling super soft, eliminates frizz and gives your hair a healthy glow.
2Tony Moly Magic Food Banana Hand Milk
This might be one of the cutest and most adorable hand creams I’ve ever laid my hands on. And it’s absolutely fabulous. The nourishing banana hand milk smells EXACTLY like the chewy banana flavored Laffy Taffy.
It is not the best moisturizer but the lightweight formula is great, and the packaging and scent make this a must-have in our handbags. From a distance, you can even mistake this for a real mini banana.
3BelláPierre Banana Setting Powder
Unlike the other products in this post, this banana setting powder does not smell like a banana (thank god). But the color-correcting setting powder has a yellow hue to counteract any redness or discoloration. It’s ideal for spot correcting, setting under eye makeup or even used as a base eyeshadow.
More products to go bananas for