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L’Oreal Sulfate Free Shampoo and Conditioner

I am not fond of doing my hair.  My hair is wavy, thick and to the middle of my back.  Most of the time, I wear it in a bun or ponytail.  Rarely do I wear my hair down as it makes me hot and I have a penchant for super sticky lipgloss and having hair sticking to my lips is not appealing.

That being said, I really do not take good care of my hair.  I recently had it styled and colored and the hairstylist commented on how dry my hair felt.   I am trying to use more natural products, or at the very least, products without parabens!  I was also looking for shampoos and conditioners without any sulfates in them.  The few brands that I have tried, did what they were supposed to do, which is clean my hair.  But my hair just never felt right.  While I could have splurged and bought salon grade products for my hair, I just did not feel right about the purchase.  (Makeup, however, that is a DIFFERENT story!)

Enter L’Oreal’s sulfate free line.  I tried the Hydrate version.  It comes in these green tubes, which I prefer over bottles.  It gives me the feeling that I am able to squeeze out more product!  It has a minty/rosemary scent to it, which I actually enjoy.  I have tried mint-rosemary scented products before and not being a fan of rosemary, did not enjoy them at all.  This one is different, I just smell a refreshing scent.

I love the way my hair smells and feels after using this shampoo and conditioner.  I still need to use a leave in conditioner but even without it, my hair is not that bad.  There is less frizz and it does not look weighed down.

3 Responses to L’Oreal Sulfate Free Shampoo and Conditioner

  1. I’m still not even sure if I should be using a sulfate free or natural hair product, but I guess I will have to learn the hard way. lol Hm..

  2. Totally into hair solutions and still in search of better thing to do with my hair. Probably my hair had become my addiction. Anyways, tried l’oreal and yes it gives me something which I long to have.

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