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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 run a lot and wash my hair a lot and sometimes it ends up all weighed down and looking pretty sorry for itself. This clarifying shampoo gave my hair it's life back, and smelled pretty great whilst doing it.5
I was surprised at how thick tis shampoo was but it works great! I blow dry and straighten and my hair was less frizzy and I got compliments at work!5
Smell great, incredible even, unless you have Spring allergies in which case the smell its overwhelming. Its a little difficult to completely wash off but its a great clarifying shampoo.4
It's a fine shampoo, but nothing special. Small sample for shampoo, only got one or two uses out of it3
I found this shampoo to be too drying for my hair leaving it feeling dry and frizzy.3
This shampoo wasn't anything special. It had a nice smell but was similar to other shampoos i've used5
Smelled nice and worked fine but I'm not gonna be switching to this brand4
Despite it's lack of soapy lather, this shampoo was very effective and created soft hair.5
Really good shampoo. It had a good smell and left my hair feeling great. Would consider buying.4
On first use, I poured a generous amount (the bottle was slippery) into my palm and read the back of the bottle. The part that said it was concentrated worried me, but not enough not to smush all of that shampoo through my very short hair. It frothed a lot, but rinsed out with no trouble, leaving my hair soft and smoother-looking. The second time I used it, I heeded the "concentrated" warning and used much less. There was almost no foaming and my hair separated into ropey strands that felt like they were actively resisting getting clean. While I am aware that detergents do not need to foam up to work, I am a total sucker consumer for that aspect of shampoos--the amount of this I would need to use to feel like I was cleaning my hair would make it cost prohibitive and likely eco-unfriendly.4