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At the end of a long day we could all use a fresh start—and the same goes for our hair. When product buildup and styling stress leave strands feeling and looking dull, this clarifying shampoo, subtly scented with white freesia, golden amber, and warm musk, gently cleanses without stripping moisture or color. Black currant and soy restore vibrancy, acai berry and vitamin C deliver youth-boosting antioxidants, oolong tea and Irish moss defend against environmental damage, and lemongrass and oatmeal gently cleanse and purify. This shampoo is also vegan-friendly and free from sulfate/sodium chloride and parabens.
I wasn't a fan of this shampoo. I don't have super dry or oily hair to begin with. This product made my hair look greasy shortly after drying it.2
The first time I used this I made the mistake of not reading the instructions, and just dumped the usual amount of shampoo on my hair. Eek! It was super thick and really hard to rinse out. I ended up using my regular shampoo to try to wash this stuff out. So the second time I used it I read the instructions and put a TINY bit in my hand and mixed it with water. I still think it was really hard to rinse out and it didn't really seem to do anything fabulous with my hair at all. I wouldn't bother with this one.2
I see there are a lot of good reviews, but my hair get oily very soon using this product. I don't feel clarifying. It might be just not for me.2
I was having some issues with dull winter hair so I was very excited when this arrived in my December Birchbox. The scent was nice, but when I tries to rinse the super rich lather from my very thick hair it was nearly impossible. I live in an area with fairly hard water and this is never an issue for me. I had to rinse so long, I felt like i ended up stripping my hair.2
I am very sensitive to shampoos with sulfates which is why I was excited to try this one but unfortunately there was still something in it that made me break out in hives. The smell was fine. My hair, even after I conditioned, felt a little dry and tangled while I blow dried it which usually happens when a shampoo has too harsh of a cleanser in it.2
I'm confused by this product because it got great reviews. I only wash my hair three times a week and tried to use it on a normal wash day. It says to use a small amount but it doesn't lather and I have long hair and a lot of it. I ended up using too much and by the time I was able to rinse it all out I was left with greasy hair. It felt like I hadn't washed it at all. I wish I had gotten similar results to everyone else because it seems like it could be a good product.2
I was excited to try this product but after using it, I felt like I hadn't even washed my hair! I have super thick long hair and this shampoo didn't seem to work for me at all. My hair felt dry and unwashed (kind of like I just got done swimming).2
This shampoo is a little strange, it's "concentrated" which I've never tried before and I probably won't again. You have to work it into a lather using the product and a little water in your hands before putting it in you hair to avoid using WAY too much shampoo, the way I did the first time hah. Second strange thing is in my experience clarifying shampoos leave your hair feeling super clean, like you got rid of all your product buildup, this shampoo gave me the opposite. It was heavy, it weighed down my curls almost completely and I had to wash my hair again that night because it just looked dirty. I guess if you like heavier products because you're trying to weigh down frizz or if you travel a lot and need a concentrated shampoo this might work better for you.2
This shampoo was a little thick for me. While rinsing my hair, I wasn't sure if it all came out. It did have a nice smell though.2
I was really excited to try this product, but it left my hair feeling dirty and greasy. I have think, long hair, and I think my hair requires a more aggressive product to keep it feeling clean. I wash my hair every other day, and this made my hair look greasy 6-12 hours after washing. Yikes!2