Next I used the Honey & Propolis Soap. This comes wrapped in plastic, in a box. I kind of wish it had some sort of plastic container that I could keep it in. I also wish I could put into words how this smells, but I can't do it justice. It's not just a honey smell. It's a clean honey, amazing smell that will delight your olfactory senses! It's also pretty to look at. It's an octagonal shape. One side has a translucent, almost glycerin look to it while the other is more opaque. My skin loves this. It makes it so soft and smooth. Mr. M complimented me dozens of times over the soft scent of this soap.
I also used the Emu Oil Shampoo and Emu Oil Leave in Conditioner. These are both packaged in plastic bottles. These were not a good match for my hair. My hair is fine and naturally oily at the roots, and more dry at the ends. I know the amount of lather does not indicate the quality of shampoo, but I really like a lot of lather, and the shampoo does not have a lot of foamy lather. I also felt it weighed down my fine hair too much, leaving it a bit flat. The leave in conditioner was really good at minimizing fly aways and frizz, and it works well on tangles on wet hair. It's not a weightless formula, but it does work well, especially if you blow dry or use hot irons. The shampoo did make my hair look healthier and shiny. Mr.B, on the other hand, has some frizz issues in the back. This shampoo worked fantastic for him, as did the conditioner. It helped his hair lay better, look healthier, and a lot less crazy. So really, it's all dependent on your hair type. While it didn't work great for me, it did him. And it might for you.
I love Koru Naturals. They bring really great, quality New Zealand skin and body care products to the U.S. at an affordable price. You get free shipping on all orders over $35, and you can get a lot of product for that $35.00, too! Their products work as advertised, and even better in my opinion. I know these are on my must have list from now on, that's for sure!