Klorane


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3.9

57 products

635 reviews

68% would repurchase

Recent Klorane Reviews

Hair Treatments -Klorane -Desert Date Leave in

on 8/11/2018 5:14:00 PM

Does what it says, it's a day cream for your hair, it's nourishing and leaves it soft and full. It's not a product that promises to give shine or style, and it doesn't do that. The scent reminds me of kings and queens tobacco body butter, it's a bit on the heavy side, but doesn't linger. All in all great for dry hair.

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Dry Shampoo -Klorane -Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk

on 8/10/2018 11:20:00 PM

I obtained a travel size as a free gift with purchase of another Klorane hair product. I have to say I am impressed with this product. it works well, removing most oil and residue from my hair and scalp without leaving behind its own sticky residue, so that my hair is left feeling (mostly) soft and fresh. It definitely helps extend my non-shampooing time period. It also has no sickly sweet scent that my current (other) dry shampoo has. I may consider purchasing a full size of this product once my current dry shampoo and the travel size of this product run out.


Shampoo -Klorane -Soothing Shampoo with Peony Extract for Irritated Itchy Scalps

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I definitely find that both the shampoo and conditioner have been very soothing for my scalp. I’ve had less dryness and itchiness since returning to using these. I find the scent is very lovely, but it is light and not overpowering at all. Peonies are actually my favorite flowers so I love the light floral scent of this line.Seeing how the shampoo is formulated without SLS, it does’t foam up a ton. However, it creates a very light sud that does a nice job of cleansing without drying or stripping natural oils from the hair/scalp.

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Styling Products -Klorane -Leave-in spray w/Flax Fiber

on 7/23/2018 7:40:00 PM

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I first purchased this spray 2 years ago, back in 2016 at a pharmacy while living in Athens, Greece during the winter. I wanted something that would give my flat hair some volume without weighing it down or making it feel messy and sticky. It did a great job giving me weightless, light, clean, flexible volume. It even lasted to the next day, where I woke up and my hair had some added natural curls from getting bedhead, but still looked great thanks to the volume. It has a light, fresh, attractive and pleasant scent that is VERY subtle and is not irritating at all, and I am very sensitive to smells. The smell disappears after an hour, but the scent is so light and attractive, if they could bottle it up and make a perfume out of it, I wouldn't mind buying it. Sometimes I even find myself using it as perfume, spraying just a little extra on my collarbone and the back of my neck. While living in Athens I usually got it for €16-€17, while in the States I’d get it for $18, and the product would last me a whole year and that’s if I used it almost every day. It is a decent sized 4.22 fl oz bottle, and from the amount you get, I believe it is well worth the price.

It’s a spray with actual fiber from flax, so there is actual volume and body that is reinforcing the hair up. The packaging is another thing I appreciate. The nozzle, unlike most spray nozzles, sprays a very fine mist that evenly distributes the product. It’s decently sized to be taken on the go, which I have done dozens of times. This spray worked best during the Spring, Fall and Winter, when there isn’t much humidity in the air to weigh the hair down and take out any volume it might have added. It can still be great in the Summer, and I do still use it in the Summer, but depending where you are, if it’s especially humid weather, the volume may not last all through the day.

The way I’ve always used it is on wet hair. After a shower, I towel dry my hair a bit so it’s not soaked, but still slightly wet. I’ll flip my hair forward and spray the back of my wet hair, take a moment to massage the product throughout my hair, then flip my hair back and spray the top of my hair. Then I’ll either let air-dry or blow dray. For natural curls, I just tie my hair into a bun after I’m done spraying and let it air-dry like that or with a hair dryer. When it’s fully dry I take out the bun, voilà, natural springy curls with volume. Props to this cleverly designed product, and will always be repurchasing when I run out.

PROS
- weightless, clean, light, lasting, natural volume
-pleasant scent
-well designed nozzle spray
-decent price for what you get

CONS
-none that I know of

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Conditioner -Klorane -Mango Butter Conditioning Balm

on 6/2/2018 7:19:00 PM

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I bought this on a 50% off sale at ulta, but it's still not worth it. I am familiar with silicone free conditioners and the difference in feeling to hair between silicones and non silicone products. That all being said, this conditioner wasn't very good. Maybe for finer, less dense hair it's an ok choice. For wavy hair that isn't particularly thick, but each strand is somewhat coarse? Nope, not enough. While I've found that silicones work well in my hair, especially if they are further down the list of ingredients, some silicone free products also work well. This isn't one of them. I'd have to use way too much product each time to achieve any conditioning, and when hair dried it was much more coarse and frizzy than with other conditioners (both silicone free and those with silicone). Hair is dead, so use what makes your hair feel good, behave how you like, and look how you want. Silicone isn't the devil, and natural oils "seal" the hair very much like silicones (oil is not water souable, and neither is silicone). Use what works for you regardless of ingredients and don't stick with something that isn't working. Overall, nice scent and some conditioning ability, but little slip and not much moisture. I'll be returning.

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