So, my hair definitely needs some extra TLC. I’ve blogged about Aveenos line of shampoos and conditioners.
Recently, I’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about sulfate-free shampoos. So, I decided to try the cleansing conditioner from L’Oreal’s EverCreme Sulfate-free line.
First, I like the pump dispenser that the cleansing shampoo is in.
And I also like the scent. Something you might have to get use to is that when you work the product through your hair, there will be no suds or lather. It’s similar to how a conditioner feels when applied to hair.
Make sure you leave the product in your hair for 2 minutes to get the full benefits of conditioning. The product states that you don’t need a separate conditioner, but there is a conditioner available in the line. I did not buy a conditioner because of what the product label said.
I was still skeptical as I was working the product in my hair and it was strange not having any suds, but the suds are what can cause extra damage to your hair.
I was really pleased when I rinsed the product out and I was left with clean, soft and a tangle-free head of hair.
I would recommend this product to anyone who is looking for a one-step hair cleansing/conditioning product.
Available: Most drugstores
Sulfate-Free Moisture System (EverCreme System of shampoo, conditioner, and treatment). No heavy waxes. Lush 48-hour hydration. Natural botanicals. For all dry hair types. Paraben-free. 100% vegan. EverCreme Conditioning Cleanser is an innovative, gentle way to cleanse and condition in one simple step. Ultra concentrated conditioning power for ultimate moisture and shine. Sulfate-free formula won’t strip hairs natural moisture. Low-lathering creme thoroughly cleanses while reducing friction on the hair fiber to minimize breakage. Triple action conditioning formula, with Omega 3-6, leaves hair soft and controlled. 100% Vegan-formula not tested on animals, no animal byproducts. Made in USA.
Apply to wet hair and massage into a low leather. Leave in 1-2 minutes. Rinse. No need to use a separate conditioner.