The newest Coco & Eve product already has a 47,000 person waitlist

The basis of good hair is a great shampoo and conditioner. As our most commonly used products, they’re important for everyday maintenance and moisture to keep tresses clean and healthy. Luckily, haircare brand Coco & Eve is on hand with their latest launch of a shampoo and conditioner duo.

According to the cult brand, shampoo and conditioner are its most requested products since it entered the beauty scene with its Super Nourishing Coconut & Fig Hair Masque, which quickly earned a cult status among beauty fans.

Now for the first time, you can complete your routine with the new shampoo and conditioner. They promise to smooth frizz, combat split ends, add shine and softness to all hair types and leave your hair cleaner than ever before.

Available from 15 June on Coco & Eve’s website, it’s already racked up a 47,000 person waitlist as eager fans are keen to get their hands on it.

Before you add your name to the list, we’ve got all the details on what to expect…

Coco & Eve shampooSuper Hydration Shampoo, £22.90 Coco & Eve

Packed with coconut, avocado, soap nut, coconut oil and fruit enzymes, this new shampoo contains a cocktail of ethically sourced ingredients to thoroughly cleanse hair without stripping it of moisture, while boosting shine, softness, strength and volume.

Promising to prolong the life of your clean hair in between washes with its vegan formula, the pink and green bottle is also pretty chic too. To avoid disappointment, make sure you have your eyes peeled on 15 June!

Coco & Eve conditionerSuper Hydrating Cream Conditioner, £22.90 Coco & Eve

Is your hair lacking in moisture or full of painful knots? A bottle of this conditioner could be the answer to all your hair care woes thanks to a silicone-free blend of hyaluronic acid, coconut, argan, camellia, almond, avocado and pineapple.

Combined together, they work to hydrate hair without weighing it down with product, detangle knots and protect from breakage and split ends too.

Words by Louise Whitbread.