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Clean takes on a newer, truer meaning with this sulfate- and paraben-free shampoo. The formula is made from organic, plant-derived ingredients that you can actually pronounce—like sage, apple, and burdock root extracts. Even better? The all-natural cleanser removes grit, grime, and product buildup without overdrying.
Lasting smell that wasn't too harsh . Hair felt great when used in conjunction with the conditioner.5
I LOVED this shampoo! I have very oily hair and have a hard time finding a shampoo that works for me. But this one was great! And it smelled great!5
This was my first experience with the highly regarded Hanz line, and it did not disappoint. The shampoo smelled great, cleansed great, and a little went a long way.5
I really like this shampoo so far. It's nothing fancy but it's very effective. Leaves hair feeling natural, clean and easy to manage. Has a nice (yet not overpowering) fragrance and it's gentle on the scalp5
I was very happy with this product, smells great. I will be purchasing other products from this brand.5
love this brand, have been using them for a while now, product is effective and smells nice too5
The shampoo/conditioner combo leaves the scalp refreshed and very clean feeling. I noticed that it has kept my scalp oil-free for longer than many other mens shampoos I've tried. A definite plus for me as I tend to develop dandruff is not using the right product. The smell is quite pleasing.5
The texture of the product is good and runs trough my hair very well. I wouldn't purchase this alone I would recommend using it with the conditioner5
Really liked this. Interesting smell that I wouldn't exactly call masculine but it grew on me.5
This shampoo is lightweight and works well on my fine hair. I don't love the scent and if anything it makes my already fine and silky hair even softer and more flyaway, which makes not using pomade an impossibility.5