Herbal Essences Hydralicious Reconditioning Shampoo
Never underestimate the power of Herbal. Active Ingredients: Water; Sodium Lauryl Sulfate; Ammonium Laureth Sulfate; Sodium Xylenesulfonate; Acrylates Copolymer; Sodium Chloride; Laureth-4; Dimethicone; Citric Acid; Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Extract; Hydrolyzed Algae Extract; Cocamide MEA; Fragrance; Glycol Distearate; Sodium Benzoate; Polyquaternium-10; Disodium EDTA; Polyquaternium-6; Methylchloroisothiazolinone; Methylisothiazolinone; Red 33; Blue 1 Uses: Is your hair cursed with thirst? Fraught with frizz? Making a break? I've got the swirly antidote right here. My thick, lavishing shampoo and conditioner system fused with extracts of shea, moisturizers and Hawaiian sea silk ravishes and replenishes moisture-deprived strands with silky layers of hydration.see more...
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- Whats your fave? 3 Answers
- "It is gentle and makes my hair look amazing. " in 1 review
- "It works great against the dry winter air here in NY." in 1 review
- "It smells really good and it works great." in 1 review
- "Good shampoo leaves your hair smelling good after your hair is dry keeps it hydrating and shinning " in 1 review
I have thick, wavy/curly hair that quickly becomes oily at the roots and dry at the ends. One of the great things I've found about this shampoo is that it's thick enough to control what part of your hair it is applied to; runnier shampoos tend to quickly fall down to the tips of hair, which is particularly drying for heat damaged or dyed hair. Paired with the accompanying conditioner, this shampoo keeps my hair silky, tangle free, and smelling fresh.
While this may be seen as a benefit to people who prefer little lingering fragrance, I am disappointed that the smell of the shampoo doesn't last very long after washing- after air drying, the smell stays for about two hours.
The packaging is lovely and the purple swirls are cute to look at. My only complaint for packaging would be that when traveling, this line of Herbal Essence's shampoos tend to be leaky and create a gummy mess along the lid.
Overall, I would highly recommend this shampoo to someone with hair that tends to become more oily at the roots than at the tips. If you're looking for an all-day smell, though, I'd look elsewhere.
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