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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.
Scent is nice and subtle
Little bit goes a long way
Made scalp condition go from normal (not particularly dry or oily) to dry/itchy
Not enough difference in hair look or condition compared to a drug store shampoo to warrant ordering full size
Birchbox has sent me this brand of shampoo many times in my boxes. I am not impressed with the brand, especially for the price tag. The shampoo always seems nice enough in the shower, but then my hair looks lackluster and bad-hair-day-ish on the days when I use it.3
I was really excited to try this shampoo as it does not contain silicones. I rinsed my hair with it 3 times in one shower and my hair was still greasy -- I could tell that the products I had used were not washed off. I ended up using my normal shampoo at the end and there was an immediate difference -- my hair felt squeaky clean with just one rinse. Unfortunately, I will not be using this product again since it was very ineffective at cleaning my hair!3
I was able to get three uses out of the same. The smell was fine. The consistency on the other hand was not. It was very thick and sticky which made it hard to lather up in my very thick hair. It did seem to clean the hair well though.3
The most appealing aspect of this shampoo was the fragrance. As for its clarifying properties, it seemed to work just like any other clarifying shampoo and for the price you can go to the drugstore and buy Neutrogena clarifying shampoo for like $9.3
This shampoo as promised, didn't lather very much. It did do its job and cleaned my hair. Smells fantastic and works great. Would recommend.3
I have cheaper shampoos that get the job done--just as well, if not better, than this one. This isn't particularly exciting to use.3
I realize that this clarifying shampoo was created as a low lather shampoo, but it's almost TOO low lather and difficult to spread around my hair. I've been on the search for a great clarifying shampoo for years now and had high hopes for this one. I really wanted to like it, but since it was so difficult to lather and spread around, I won't be buying this when my sample runs out.3
I have a lot of fine hair and struggled getting the thick shampoo to suds. The smell was good but it left my hair very tangled. So far, I am happy with drug store shampoo and conditioners and not own over by these over-priced shampoos and conditioners.3
As I stated before when reviewing the same brand's reconstructing mask (that I liked better than the shampoo btw), this just wasn't any more effective than my Garnier I get down the road at my drugstore.3