January 7, 2013

Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy Challenge

I was compensated by a brand or company but all thoughts and opinions are my own.

As a New Year’s Resolution how about taking the Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy 7 Day Challenge. Seriously, I do nothing with my hair. On a work day it’s headband, bun, and go. On nights out or at home I leave it down and flowing around my head. I’ve always wanted to cut it as it’s simply TOO long and TOO wavy….but I never have the heart to go through with.

Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy promises stronger, more beautiful hair in as little as 7 days, guaranteed. Considering I am completely no nonsense with my hair this might be exactly what I need to kick start my New Year hair into something brilliant.

I’m pretty sure my hair is too strong. It grows like a weed however, it’s long, frizz-prone, and in need of some serious TLC.

Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy feeds scalp your with Nutrium10, a rich blend of 10 vitamins and nutrients. They have a range of shampoos and conditioners for all hair types from dry, to color damaged, frizzy and hard to manage (that’s me!), and many more options to treat hair to a little tender, loving, care.

So what do you think?

Shall we take this challenge together?

Visit the Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy Facebook page for your chance to win free product samples. Best of all they offer a money back guarantee if you aren’t pleased with the results in seven days. I can commit to seven days.

Can you?

Anyone use anything from the Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Collection before?

What sorts of results did you get?

Do share!


I was compensated by a brand or company but all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Amiee

    I love the Clean line! I have fine hair that is very short and I color it. It makes my hair soft and smooth but it doesn’t weigh my hair down and make it look greasy. My hair doesn’t even feel like I color it, even though I do often. And it smells soooooooo good!

  • Lindz

    I received a sample of these and I’ve used them twice now and really liked how they made my hair feel. I think I would need to use them a bit longer to be sure. I would definitely purchase the full size after using the sample though.

    • the Muse

      sounds promising lindz! I’m going to try them a week see what I think ;D

  • crotchfairy

    They’re advertising pretty hardcore lately. I got a sample of them from target’s grab bag. First try and fell in love. Target also included coupons for the line. I went online to read the reviews, especially the one on MUA and Amazon. Quite a few reviewers mention hair falling out. Ulta had a BOGOFREE deal for them plus with a coupon, I bought a year’s supply worth. I really hope it doesn’t make hair fall out. I have thick, shed-prone hair so the verdict’s out. My bf’s the type to wash his face and hair with the same bar of soap but loves this line, too.

    • the Muse

      i can afford to lose a few strands lol mine is very long and thick! and prone to frizz and dryness :-/

  • Nat

    Dang, at first the name made me think it was for flaky scalps. I have had seborrheic dermatitis since I hit 11, and I’ve tried everything. Tar, salicylic acid, Selson Blue, Head & Shoulders (the strong one), Redken Scalp Relief, B&B Tonic, steroid lotions…I’ve even tried saturating my scalp with baby oil to help lift off the big flakes. It clears out what’s there, but next day I am dry and super flaky again. *SIGH*

    • blueraccoon

      I have that too – these days I use a prescription shampoo and a scalp treatment (when I remember it) that mostly keeps things under control. Have you seen a dermatologist? I’m always looking for the next non-prescription shampoo that can cure my flakes, but I never have any luck.

    • amy

      Have you tried pure jojoba oil? My brother has the same thing, and after reading it can help, I gave him a bottle and it seems to be working. HTH

      • Nat

        I’ve been to a couple different dermatologists, and they always give me something different to try that never seems to work. I do have jojoba oil, I’ve been using it on my hair but not my scalp – I’ll try that out, thanks for the recommendation! 🙂

          • Miss D

            Hopefully I’m not too late to respond to Nat, but I’ve always had psoriasis of the skin and within the last few years it has spread to the scalp. A few weeks ago I ordered Nizoral shampoo and it has helped a lot (my scalp is almost completely clear of any dryness now). Nizoral is hard to find in a store so go online. Also, I too use jojoba oil for my scalp as well, so try combining these two things. I hope you get some scalp relief soon. 🙂

  • Courtney

    I have thick hair with a fine texture. I use Clear’s color protection shampoo and conditioner and it rocks. It leaves my hair silky smooth without weighing it down. My scalp also isn’t as dry as it use to be either. For the price you can’t beat it.

  • Angela

    Unlike other commentors, I had a really bad experience with this brand. I have fine, thin, long hair with a sensitive scalp that tends to get oily. I tried Clear for a couple weeks and it was awful. After using, my hair became greasy looking faster than usual, I had clogged pores along my scalp line, and the ends of my hair dried out after just a day or so. This was with the Total Care version. I’m not sure if I would have better luck with a different formula, but I’m disinclined to try.

  • amy

    I’m lucky to wash my hair 2X a week, LOL (I have dry, coarse hair & rarely use any product), so I wonder if that would vary my results…

  • Katie T.

    I love this stuff. My scalp was wrecked by the Suave Professionals Almond & Shea Butter line. I know plenty of people have tried and love Suave, and I desperately wanted to be one of them, since the line is so cheap, but nope, not for me. My scalp was red, flaking, itchy, and bloody from me clawing at the flakes, and out of desperation, I tried Clear, since the blurb was that it was good for your scalp. Welp, for once, something lived up to the ad; it’s not holy grail amazing, my hair is the same, but my scalp is so, so happy.

  • Veronica

    I use it & LOVE it. I had a perm gone bad last spring & was looking for anything reasonable to try to fix it. By the end of summer, it was brittle, course, lost its shine. So very sad as I have always had healthy, thick,shiny,soft hair until this beast ruined it, lol. Well, I saw this & gave it a whirl. I believe it was the one for damaged hair is the one I used. Anywho, after the first wash I could feel a difference. My hair was softer, less ratty, lil more shiny. It just felt better. I continued to use it until all the product was gone, my hair just got better & better. Needless to say I am highly impressed with this ‘drugstore’ brand. After a fresh trim & using this stuff my hair is almost completely back to normal. I think you’ll be impressed 🙂

  • Bethany

    I never buy the same kind of shampoo twice in a row, but I did this one. I used the volumizing shampoo and total care conditioner. It made my hair feel really healthy. However, my husband HATES the smell. He doesn’t complain about much, but I have to hear it every morning when I get out of the shower. I am almost finished with my second bottle and trying to decide if it is worth putting up with his griping to buy it again.

  • Nikki

    It worked well when I first started using it, but after a week or so it started to build up.

    • the Muse

      ugh I always have build up issues with drugstore shampoos 🙁 I am still testing…trying to do the seven days and see how my hair looks after ;-D I’d rec lush shampoos to detox and get rid of build up ;D

      • Nikki

        I’m going to try it again and use a clarifying shampoo every once in a while to get rid of build up. I’ll try rinsing better too to see if that helps. Thanks for the tips 🙂

        • the Muse

          my pleasure! I tend to get a ton of build up with drugstore shampoo, it’s the damn silicones…lush def has some good options for rinsing that all away ;D

  • Courtney

    I wash my hair every day with this and use a clarifying shampoo once a week. I don’t really have much of an issue with buildup with this at all. It does seem to take longer to rinse out of my hair though than other shampoos so maybe make sure you’re rinsing really well or I could see how it could be a problem.

  • Tres

    I tried this when it first launched. About 6 months ago maybe. There are 11 different types in the Clear line (including Clear Ultra Shea for African American hair types, and the 3 types of Clear Men). I used the Damage & Color Repair & it was great! I use it once a week now. All of the Clear’s have a bit of Zinc Sulfate in them which is typically an anti-dandruff ingredient. The gist is, the Clear line uses low levels of anti-dandruff ingredients to balance the scalp, thus promote/stimulate hair growth & strength…and the Nutrium 10 etc., for moisture/shine/strength. So, it will def help w/flakes, which is sort-of part of their marketing, “Clear”. But…right now I’m totally freakin’ in love with the new L’Oreal EverCurl (So Awesome!!) the new L’Oreal Advanced Haircare line (5 types) which is pretty fantastic. The Aveeno Naturals Nourish + Shine kicks some serious booty too. Aveeno Naturals haircare doesn’t get much love & in my area always seems to be hidden somewhere on the stores lower shelf. Go figure.

  • stef

    “I’ve always wanted to cut it but I never have the heart to go through with it.” …you make it sound as if you’ve never cut your hair!

    • the Muse

      sorry just meant cutting it all off…I’ve always wanted to go super short but never have the heart to go through with it. typically just get the ends snipped monthly and that’s about it ;-D and of course, treat myself to a color strip here or there on the weekends.

  • Nat

    Thanks for the recommendation, Miss D, but I’ve tried Nizoral too, doesn’t work for me. 🙁

  • Kim

    Both the Shampoo and the Conditioner burned my eyes during rinsing (even with my eyes closed. I tried it for a week and every day, it burned my eyes in the shower. It did make my hair look nice, but the burn factor just makes this brand a no-go.