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While we’re glad that going grey is no longer a hair taboo, we’d rather not live with the other follicle issues that arise with age—think thinning, breakage, and moisture loss. Thank goodness for this unique anti-aging shampoo, which is formulated to reinvigorate depleted strands and dry scalps. The result is stronger, thicker-looking locks.
OK product. I used the sample but would probably not purchase full size. I have curly hair and usually stick with what I know works for me. Not crazy about the scent.3
It is good - but there are other products that are about the same.3
Made my hair feel nice and soft, but also made my hair feel oily by the next day.3
Good product. Still trying to decide if I would switch from current product.3
This is a great product for anyone with overworked or color treated hair, regardless of age. Great manageability, doesn't weigh hair down but moisturizes well, and leaves the hair softer and full of body. The only thing I don't like about this product is the reference to agein the name, because anyone with overworked hair would benefit from it...and the name made me think of little old gray haired ladies.3
I am a bit on the fence about a product made for "mature" hair, since all hair is - by definition - dead (it's not living tissue). That being said, Kerastase Bain Substantif is a nice, emollient shampoo suitable for normal to dry hair. It's major drawback for me (besides the high price), is that it is EXTREMELY perfumed with a very heavy, pretty overwhelming scent.3
I liked the results I got with this shampoo. My hair was bouncy & shiny, & the smell is divine!3
Can't decide if this shampoo is really best for my hair type, which is fine and occasionally oily.3
The shampoo in this brand was fairly good. I did not like the conditioning mask, but the shampoo lathered well and seemed to clean nicely. I might consider trying the shampoo, just not the conditioner.3
I just didn't notice any great benefit for something with such a huge price.3