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It’s a myth that you need to work yourself into a lather every time you step inside the shower—where your hair is concerned, that is. This moisturizing no suds cleansing shampoo from NYC-based Hair Rules is the real deal, leaving strands squeaky clean without the (unwanted) help of harsh detergents.
I thought this shampoo was okay, but I had to use quite a bit to get my hair clean. The smell was nice, but it was weird to not lather.3
i was skeptical when i first tried this shampoo because i was used to regular foaming type but after trying this product i really liked how my hair felt, clean and smooth3
i never tried a non sudsy shampoo before. it was interesting to use for the first time. it does not have much of a scent to it tho.3
I liked the feel of my hair while shampooing and my hair felt good when dry.4
This hair shampoo was really nice and moisturizing. And smells great too!5
As soon as I opened this stuff, it smelled terrible. I decided to suck it up and try it, but my thick hair wound up making me use the entire sample bottle. I very rarely wash my hair (maybe once every two weeks because it gets too dry), so I didn't feel like this got my scalp clean enough. My hair dried quickly and felt good, but my scalp was not clean at all. I think I'll stick to my regular routine.2
Great stuff once you get use to the no suds1 Love the way my hair felt after using the product.5
I have curly hair, so I use cleansing conditioner often. This product worked as well as any I've used. I really liked it. Price is a little high for me, but otherwise, a great product.4
Not sure about this product. Takes getting used to with no suds. I also felt like I was using a lot to get my hair clean and I have short hair. I did notice that I liked my hair after the second day and even the third day. It made my short blonde platinum hair look beachy and that was nice.3
I enjoyed trying out this product, which did the job of getting my hair clean. But I found I kind of missed having my shampoo suds up. As another reviewer said, it's a little difficult to know how much to use when it doesn't get sudsy, but I imagine that's something you get used to.3