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!
Cleansing Conditioners at the drugstore are becoming more and more come and this new Herbal Essences Color Me Happy Cleansing Conditioner is one you’ll find easily enough your next trip to your local shop.
This actually for color treated hair. I didn’t dye my hair, never have, but I thought I’d try it and review it as a cleansing conditioner but not so much as how it performs on color treated hair.
Hope that’s ok!?
Here’s a quickie, budget friendly way to freshen up hair and clarify! Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle Shampoo & Conditioner is budget friendly at $3.99 per a bottle and not only smells delightful but is super lightweight so it won’t strip hair, won’t build up, and acts to clarify locks as well should you wish to rinse out the build up from the week!
You know cleansing conditioners at the drugstore might be a thing now but Wen Spring Orange Blossom Cleansing Conditioner makes me realize why I adore the brand so very much and can only WISH it was sold at the drugstore.
I recently got my bottle of Wen Spring Orange Blossom Cleansing Conditioner from a QVC auto delivery program I was on however, it is readily available in smaller sizes should you wish to try it. However, it is a limited edition run so in a few months time you might have a hard time locating it.
Boo! That’s the only thing I hate about Wen Seasonal scents! They disappear and I’m left hunting them down on Evil-bay!
Let’s take a look at Spring Orange Blossom!
Wen has cornered the cleansing conditioner market for quite a while now but cleansing conditioners are starting the pop up at the drugstore causing what will likely be a major trend for Spring/Summer 2014 haircare.
One of the nicest things about cleansing conditioner is the lack of nonsense and the quick, easy way you can clean and conditioner your hair in a single step! These thick, creamy hair mask-like conditioners act to cleanse your hair as they detangle, soften, and give your hair a smooth finish without parabens or sulfate in many cases!
As a Wen lover I’m actually quite happy to see cleansing conditioners at the drugstore because they are SUPER cheap at around $4-$8 dollars for a generous size bottle. Wen, as you might know, is considerably more expensive.
Here are some new cleansing conditioners to keep your eye out for at your local drugstore!
Bet you didn’t even know about one or two of ’em!