I’ve been using Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy for about a week now. As you know I challenged myself to a seven day run with Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy Shampoo and Conditioner. My hair is long, wavy, plenty of curl, some frizz, and dryness. I typically like to avoid silicones in my haircare because they weight my hair down however, my longer, wavier hair definitely craves them from time to time.
The science behind CLear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy is an interesting one has it’s not about the hair but your scalp. The system was created to strength hair but also nourishes your scalp therefore starting at the foundation of your hair, feeding both your locks and scalp which in turn produces stronger, more beautiful hair.
Many of you had already tried the shampoos and conditioners and had some really positive things to say about the line in my original post so I decided to try them out.
Here’s some of my experience with the products.
There’s actually several different formulations available from dry, frizzy hair to color treated. I probably would be best suited for the dry hair formulation but I ended up drying the Damage & Color Repair formula. It’s a color safe formula (even though my hair isn’t dyed) which cleanses and nourishes the scalp. It’s formulated with Nutrium 10 which is a great moisture complex filled with vitamins and nutrients.
Considering the formula restores moisture I think I was safe testing this out on my non-color treated hair.
I think if you purchase really high end stuff at the drugstore like Nexus, Tigi, etc…you can easily get away with swapping on for Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy as the products have a higher end formula and results with a lower price tag of around $3.99 to $4.99 depending where you purchase.
Both the shampoo and conditioner have a thick texture with a strong fresh floral scent. They scent lingers well after the washing and is very pleasant to my nose. They both rinse clean away for me without over stripping my hair or creating any dryness. For the week that I used them I noticed I had less hair loss and shedding than I typically do with my normal round of Lush Shampoos. I did read a few negative comments saying there was some hair loss using these but I didn’t experience that for myself, my hair if anything, seemed to stop with its normal shedding during my week long test.
My hair was softer after use as well as super shiny however, my frizz seemed to remain which is why I want to try out the Frizz Control formula as I’m hoping it’ll tame some of my frizzy curls. It is a water based formula so it delivers a good deal of moisture to my scalp and hair without creating dryness or flakiness. If anything my hair felt much softer.
It did cause some build up but not nearly as much as I thought it would. I’m prone to build up when I’m using regular shampoos and conditioners but a quick rinse with a clarifying shampoo deals with the problem easily.
Overall, I had a fairly good experience with these products and so far, over the course of several days of use I’m seeing softer, easy to manage hair with a ton of shine. I’m going to pick up the Frizz Control Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner and test that out next.
Do feel free to share your results if you tried them out.
Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!
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