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Recent Klorane Reviews

Dry Shampoo -Klorane -Dry Shampoo with Nettle - Oily Hair

on 3/6/2018 1:45:00 PM


Use tons if it. Much more efficiant for my super oily hair then the oat dryshampoo.

Dry Shampoo -Klorane -Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk - Original and Tinted Formulas

on 3/5/2018 9:59:00 AM


Admittedly my other foray into dry shampoo has been with Batiste which I like but this, Klorane, I love! It's pricier than what I pay for Batiste but I think it performs better - doesn't leave a white cast on my dark hair upon application (vs Batiste I really have to brush it out to get rid of the powder, relatively scentless compared to Batiste (not that the scents from Batiste were bad, but sometimes can be a tad overpowering, like you're masking) and if I were to stretch not washing my hair for an additional day, Klorane just performs better than Batiste - feels cleaner and my scalp wouldn't itch at all or have some gross residue. While I'll be exploring other brands (sadly having to pay extra to get them abroad since the choices are very limited where I come from) in time to come, this is definitely a strong favorite I have no qualms returning to.

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Shampoo -Klorane -Golden Highlights Shampoo with Chamomile

This is one of my two regular shampoos (along with Giovanni 2Chic Blackberry), and I love it. It is gentle, cleanses well, leaves hair fresh, light, and soft, never dried out (I have hair on the drier side) and doesn’t irritate my sensitive scalp. It smells lovely- like a typical French chamomile beauty product. It is pricey to purchase in the USA (& harder to find in shops) but worth it as it agrees with my sensitive scalp. I repurchase this one time and again. Highly recommend.

Conditioner -Klorane -Mango Butter Conditioning Balm


DONT get fooled by negative reviews.
This conditioner and its mango shampoo are SILICONE FREE. So why are people saying they ''feel worse'' with their hair after using?

What happens when you use silicone products for a long time (like almost all drugstore hair products) is that silicone acts as makeup on your hair. It seals cuticles and coats around the hairs to make them ''appear'' shiny and healthy, while its just hiding actual condition. That happens with ''x minute miracle!'' kinda conditioners.
Now, when you stop using silicone products on your hair, finally over time you see your real state of hair. Yes, in most cases it will be looking not so masked and makeup'd anymore.
But thats ok because you are letting it be free and natural, and now you can take care according to your condition.
After you use these silicone free products for a while, your hair will feel natural and healthier.
Is silicone completely bad? No, of course not. With some people it helps them even to protect hair in a way.
But id rather have natural hair than masked one - even if my natural state isnt perfect.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

Shampoo -Klorane -Citron Pulp Shampoo with Vitamins

on 1/7/2018 3:42:00 PM


Always looking for a good clarifying and chelating shampoo for my fine hair since our well water makes my hair limp and yucky, I decided to try this one. It's on the pricey side (around $20 for the 13.5 ounce size), but I wanted something citrusy smelling to go with a citrus scented conditioner that I have (normally I use Paul Mitchell shampoo 3). This does smells citrusy in Klorane type of a way (the way there is a similarity in products within brands like Herbal Essences or Pantene, for example, it smells like "Klorane").

This shampoo cleans well, has a good, balanced SLES formula without a bunch of added unnecessary gunk, smells nice, rinses clean, clarifies and chelates without drying out my fine hair. Very nice. Pricey, but I like it.

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