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Step away from the harsh, hair-stripping shampoos. Meet No Poo, the “anti shampoo” that has revolutionized how curly girls wash their hair. This creamy lather-free cleanser gently cleanses curls without drying out your hair, so you’re left with soft, shiny spirals without that pesky halo of frizz.
This was a decent shampoo but really didn't do much for my hair. I didn't notice any difference after I used it. Just as good as a normal shampoo though.3
I didn't think this was that great of a product. It smelled like old ladies and didn't really do much for my hair. I don't think it revolutionized how I wash my hair.3
I liked the DevaCurl No Poo, but it really didn't wow me. I'm thinking you have to use the whole product line to get the benefit of it.3
Didn't like the smell. But it did leave my hair feeling nice after I used. But it didn't help my curls any.3
I've used this product a few times, but I'm not really sure if I really like it. First, the no-lather is a bit different..i have short curly hair and use mousse in it for styling. The few times Ive used it I'm not sure if it completely cleans out the product. My scalp felt a bit itchy later in the day. Wish the sample was a little bigger so I can use it at lease a few weeks to really see if I like it or not.3
The no-foam shampoo was interesting to me. I really liked the tee-tree smell it had, and felt it cleaned my hair despite not having foam like what I am used to. I did not like how birchbox did not send a conditioner! I can't buy a shampoo without trying the conditioner that goes with it!3
It is okay product but I did not care for the smell.3
I think it's a great idea, they use natural ingredients and all you need is this cleanser. No shampoo! Compared to the other products I've sampled, I still am a fan of the beauty protector.3
I bought this product after my stylist recommended it.
I'd tried shampooing with baking soda for a very mild case of seborrheic dermatitis. Baking soda was great for cleaning my scalp, but it dried my hair too much and left it brittle.
So, I tried this shampoo (or "no-poo"). I was impressed the first time I used it. It cleaned my scalp as well as baking soda (perhaps better), but left my hair feeling nice and soft.
With repeated use, I was less impressed. It still cleans my scalp well, but I wasn't as happy with how limp my hair was. Sure, it's frizz-free, but -- for me, anyway -- the curl isn't as bouncy as it had been.
I went back to using my regular shampoos, including professional products, but they didn't clean my scalp well enough.
So, my new shampoo routine includes DevaCurl No-Poo once a week -- to get my scalp nice and clean -- and more moisturizing products in-between, to keep my hair shiny, bouncy, and super-wavy.
I've been following this routine for a few weeks now, and I'm pleased with the results.
In my opinion, DevaCurl No-Poo is the answer if you need to deep-clean your scalp without harsh chemicals that can dry your hair. However, you may need to alternate it with a conditioning shampoo to maintain your curls if your hair is especially porous and dry.
I liked the way my hair looked and felt after using the product, but it smelled like medicinal dandruff shampoo that had rose scent added to cover up the medicine smell. The product itself is great, but I couldnt get over the smell, and it does stay with you all day. I have used other brands of the 'no poo' and liked them much better.3