I received this as part of a complementary voxbox as a free sample and the opinion is my own. I have tried this out for the past two months so I can give it an honest review. I like the concept of the foam type conditioner vs. your normal cream type. I did find it was a little hard to judge on what exactly a palm size is. Was I putting too much on my hair? Not enough? Also the directions mention to let the foam melt into your hair. The first time I did that, my hair felt dry because I wasn't able to really work it into the strands. The second time I used it I decided to work it into my hair it felt weird. Maybe because it's a foam VS. a cream conditioner and I need more than what I was putting on. After I dried it with my normal styling, it did feel softer but I didn't notice anything different. As with the shampoo, the conditioner claims safe for color safe shampoo, but still has sulfates in it! Just stop with the sulfates! You were almost there with the entire concept of sustainability, but then the sulfates added just knocked that right down. If P&G can create a shampoo/conditioner that has zero sulfates I would be a happy customer!
I was excited when I received this as a complementary voxbox to sample for free. While the shampoo itself is nice, I noticed that the lather is out of control. It lathers nicely but it seems that I have to use more of the product than I would with other name brand shampoos. The smell of it is really nice and I noticed that it does last throughout the day. The only down side to this shampoo is, that while it claims to be color safe, it still has sulfates in it. If you have any type of color in your hair, your stylist should have mentioned a thousand times to stay away from anything with sulfates in it. I do like that it's made with the environment in mind. But come on Proctor and Gamble....remove the sulfates! It doesn't help the hair at all, if anything it dries it out more! I know they can do better.
It's like a bigger version of my phone!!! I love my phone but sometimes it's nice to have a bigger screen to work on things or even to play games. Plus I don't have to add too many apps to my phone and put them all on my note!