Vidal Sassoon ColorFinity Cleansing Conditioner is another drugstore cleansing conditioner that’s starting to pop up in stores. I purchased this about a month ago at Harmons but since that time I noticed other drugstores both in store and online have started to carry it as well.
I’ve been trying a variety of drugstore cleansing conditioners lately as they seem to be trending at the moment. I love Wen but I also like the convenience of purchasing a bottle of cleansing conditioner at my local drugstore. I also like the affordability of it if I’m honest! And some of these drugstore cleansing conditioners have been quite as good as Wen!
Vidal Sassoon ColorFinity Cleansing Conditioner ($4.69) is actually for colored treated hair that’s dry and damaged. I don’t have color treated hair but I went ahead and tried out the Herbal Essences Color Me Happy Cleansing Conditioner and loved it so why not try this too? Plus I have drier hair so that’s one benefit right?
Vidal Sassoon ColorFinity Cleansing Conditioner is a sulfate-free formula with a moisture rich oil formula. Like many cowash product it’s very thick and creamy. It acts to not only condition hair but also to remove excess oil and cleanse hair. I always recommend enjoying the benefits of a Cleansing Conditioner but to remember to clarify and detox at the end of the week as they do tend to cause build up in hair. This does seem to take a little extra work to rinse fully out of my hair but nothing too bad! I do suggest using a comb to work it through as this allows it to rinse out easier in the long run. I come out of it with softer hair that’s less frizzy and my curls and waves are a bit more refined plus my hair feels very clean. It has a fresh clean scent that reminds me of a hair salon.
Overall, I think Vidal Sassoon ColorFinity Cleansing Conditioner is a nice option if you’re feeding into the cowash frenzy lately!
It’s available now online and in stores.
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