I have stopped using shampoo a few years ago and only use conditioner. I tried L'Oréal Ever Crème before, and it's by far the best ever, but I ran out and the only cleansing conditioner the store had was this Herbal Essences one. I decided to try it even though I usually strongly dislike HE products. As others have stated, it smells amazing and the texture is very creamy. Do not use to much, or your hair will look greasy as if it hadn't been washed. The issue I have with this is the silicones, which make my hair dull after a few weeks. I will keep it and alternate with the L'Oréal Ever Crème. I would also recommend cleansing conditioners for children, to avoid starting using shampoos with them.
It is less sticky and leaves less white residue than the Tresemmé one, but it is still not as good as Klorane. It smells good, and the ethanol/ammonia is not as strong as in other cheap brands I tried. But the residue is still important for me, and it weighs my very thin hair down, so I will go back to paying a lot more for a better one. If you just intend to use it as an emergency clean-effect, go for it, it is not as bad as others I tried. If you are looking for a regular no-shampoo solution, forget it.
My mother-in-law got it for me at her salon, because she knows I'm bothered by my very, very thin hair. I am always suspicious of very chemically enhanced products but decided to give it a try. It smells great, very minty and fresh, but after a few seconds, the tingling sensation on my scalp was almost unbearable. The "fresh effect" is actually so cold it hurts, it feels like plunging your scalp in a bucket of ice. After the shower, this cold effect stays on for a good half hour. I also lost a lot of hair the first three times that I used the regimen. Not the few usual hairs that stay on your comb when you dry your hair, I'm talking a handful of thin locks falling at my feet in the shower. I got scared and stopped using it.
I love L'Oréal sulfate-free cleansing conditioner and ran out while on vacation. The shop I went to only carried this brand so I tried it. I never shampoo and only condition, I didn't want to buy anything else than a cleansing conditioner. This one smells amazing and is a very nice experience while in the shower, but makes my hair greasy at the roots and frizzy and dry at the ends. I used it all up so as not to waste but went back to my usual brand after that.
I loved the smell of this line of Organix products but it dried out my hair like crazy. Even after using the conditioner, my hair was frizzy and dry to the touch. I tried a more moisturizing variety from the same brand (Moroccon oil), and got the same results. And I don't even have dry hair to being with. I keep the dry oil I bought at the same time, for my ends, and it works great, but I gave the sampoo and conditioner to a friend, went back to my usual products and my hair went back to normal.
I went back to brown a few months ago but while blonde, I only used this collection by John Frieda. My very thin, very straight hair was fragilized by the bleaching, and my ends were so dry they would just tangle during the day even while being tied up in a bun or ponytail. They were like straw. I discovered this shampoo and conditioner after two weeks of regretting the bleaching and it brought my hair back to life! It smells amazing, keeps the bleached blonde hair from turning greyish or greenish, and moisturizes very well. If I change my color again, I will go back to this brand for sure.
For such a sheap price, I didn't expect much. I was happily surprised! It detangles very well in only a few strokes. I am always afraid of breaking hairs by combing them while they're still wet, so I actually use this comb to apply masks and conditioners in the shower, it helps me make sure every lock is generously covered, and it keeps it from my face while I shave.
I have a very dry and very sensitive skin, but I don't like having to stay naked and covered in oils for half an hour every morning and evening. This body lotion is very nice because it moisturizes very well but doesn't stay sticky and oily very long (you still have to wait a few minutes before you dress up, though). It did wonders on my very dry and irritated legs. I especially like it in winter for the feet: I apply a very thick layer on my feet and slip in thick woolen socks for the night. When I get up the next morning, I have baby feet!