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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 like how thick the product was. It was heavy and felt like an oil. I did not expect my hair to look oily once it dried. It did not feel clean after I washed it. It looked like my hair was still wet.2
Pretty good product, but didn't see much of a difference in my hair. My scalp actually got pretty itchy after a day -- I think it was oilier much faster than usual.4
Was only able to use once, but it was effective. I don't normally use this type of product, but it seems like a product that should only be used once every seven or ten days so you don't dry your hair out.4
I usually LOVE clarifying shampoo, but was a little nervous to try this one out on freshly-colored hair. I didn't need to be, because this shampoo is very gentle. It left my hair very soft, and didn't damage the color (at least, after two uses so far). The smell is nice-- kind of sophisticated, for lack of a better descriptor. I'm used to low-lather shampoo, so the lack of suds didn't bother me. The trick is to use more water than you would normally expect, so you get a nice emulsion in your hands before applying to your hair. Overall, I would recommend this to a friend. I may buy a full-sized bottle to work in to my rotation.4
I don't use a lot of styling products and I don't live in an area with a lot of environmental pollutants, so I really do not need clarifying shampoo for my super dry hair. I passed it down to my daughter and her oily hair, she loves it.4
Light fragrance, doesn't lather heavily, but leaves hair very clean without drying. My color has never looked better.5
This shampoo completely dried out my hair!! I would not reccomibd end it!1
When I was washing my hair, I really loved the texture of the shampoo. It was very thick and did get out all of the left in product build up on my scalp. I decided not to use the conditioner since this shampoo felt very hydrating. After I dried my hair, it was more gross feeling than clean. I believe this shampoo would be perfect for someone with dry damaged hair, but I have pretty healthy hair and it just didn't work for me. I would possibly use it once a week to help get rid of product build up but wouldn't replace my shampoo with this.3
They say you don't need to use a lot of this product because it's highly concentrated but it doesn't spread very well, I have long hair and I felt I had to use more than normal in order to get all of my hair. Smell is good although it does remind me of a dog's shampoo but I still oddly enjoy it.4
As someone with curly hair, I have been very excited to try more high end samples for shampoo and conditioner. I'm always reading about how curly hair needs extra hydration and care, and therefore, probably a nicer shampoo and conditioner (I try not to spend too much on these products since I almost always let my hair dry naturally, leaving it pretty healthy). However, this shampoo does not do anything more for me than a drugstore brand for curly hair does. I enjoyed the subtle scent that it gave my hair, but after using this for 4 different washes, I found my hair was actually drier and frizzier. I'm looking forward to finding a shampoo that works wonders for my hair, but this is not it, particularly not for the price.3