Bahama Vibes: We need your vote!

Bahama Vibes: We need your vote!

20 May 2023 

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All of our products are dye-free so the colours can differ depending on the fragrance ingredients. Dyes in laundry products are used to give the perception of powerful performance, but they don’t actually do anything. Not using them means we can invest more into beautiful fragrances, and more powerful planet friendly cleaning chemicals. 

We’ve had a comment on the red colour of the Bahama Vibes shampoo, which is caused by one of the mid notes in the fragrance - rose.

What do you think we should do? Stick with the current formula and keeping it red, or reformulate the fragrance to take the rose out, making it more of a golden colour liquid.

Watch the video below and let us know what you’d prefer. Thanks guys!

48 Kommentare

Vivienne Pool

Vivienne Pool

I was surprised when I saw it was pale pink but it’s absolutely not a problem leave it as it is.

Susan Leonard

Susan Leonard

Just opened my first bottle today. From the negative comments I was expecting a bright red liquid but no, there is only a faint red colour, barely noticeable. Lovely scent so please don’t change it just to please 1 fussy customer. It’s good to know there are no unnecessary dyes in the product.

Leanne

Leanne

Re Bahamas. I think you should stick to the original formula and totally ignore the moaning people. You know what you are doing. Believe in yourselves. Thumbs up.

Bridget Salem

Bridget Salem

Rose colour makes it attractive to use.

Kirsty Shears

Kirsty Shears

Absolutely nothing wrong with the colour of Bahama Vibes, it’s not like it stains the washing or anything! Just makes it beautifully clean, smell like holidays and far away beaches. Snifffffff…aaaaahhhhhh…

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