Is this product a joke? Left a heavy wax residue on the top portion of my hair no matter how much I rinsed. Have no idea how this is on shelves.
This would work for children 8-10 but once you hit puberty and your hair kind of changes, this isnt the shampoo for you. I am a tween, and I used a biolage shampoo and conditioner for about a week and then I used this shampoo and conditioner for a week. I noticed a very big difference. I am never going to buy Pantene again. If you are a teen, dont use this.
First of all, Pantene does not leave waxy residue on your hair. There are a lot of myths and lies about Pantene, but it's a classic product. Consider this: there is a reason for its longevity.
I use this shampoo along with the matching conditioner. This shampoo is just OK. It's not good or bad, and I would purchase another bottle with it. It's not too drying, but the truth is, shampoo DOES dry out your hair. If you have dry hair, don't shampoo it very often. Use shampoo once a week to clear out product buildup. Otherwise, just stick to using conditioner.
Some people have qualms about silicones, but my hair loves 'em. I don't have major buildup issues, but I like the clean feeling that I get from using this product, and it works fine for my twice weekly shampoos to remove hairspray or other styling products.
I know your not suppose to use hydrating shampoos because they leave residue on your scalp but I can't help it I have dry hair! Usually though If the shampoo is decent and I use a clarifying shampoo twice a month then I have no problem. However this stuff just sucks! From the moment I washed it out, my hair felt heavy and weighed down. The second time I used it I rewashed my hair within minutes because it just felt dirty and gross! I rarely waste products but this headed straight for the trash can!
No no no. Just no. My roots were stiff with a waxy build up after just one use. I get this result from every single Pantene shampoo with the pearlescent formula. I suggest the Pantene Aqua Light shampoo, it's a clear formula and doesn't leave any build up behind.
I bought this Pantene shampoo because it said "moisture renewal" - however, it did the complete opposite, and dried it to the extreme! The texture was nice and creamy, and so it boded promising, but then I looked at the ingredient list: Sodium Laurel Sulfate reared its ugly head. This did not sound good for my super dry hair, but I decided to try it any way.
I applied the shampoo, and it went on with some difficulty, and felt "waxy" and kind of odd. I washed it off, and it left a sticky residue while not feeling moisturising at all!
When my hair air dried it was left feeling straw-like yet still uncleansed and dirty at the same time.... oh dear!!!
Will not buy this product again.
This shampoo left my fine hair dry and crunchy! It felt like a crispy birds nest. The damage was so bad I had to get 2 inches cut off...and the damage is still there! Good for people who have oil scalp and hair. The only good thing about it is the smell.
I got this product after reading mixed reviews about it, I don't know if Pantene has changed their formula because I loved it growing up but it has failed to impress these last few years. Usually their products are okay at worst so I decided to try it despite the reviews because I have curly/wavy hair that's really dry. This has to be one of the worst shampoo's I have ever tried! I may have dry hair but its also fine and the roots get oily fast so I'm suppose to stay away from heavy shampoos but I've never had a problem with buildup (maybe because I use a clarifying shampoo at least once a month) or my hair weighed down especially if I buy a good brand... but from the moment I washed this stuff out my hair felt heavy, weighed down, and dirtier then before I washed it. It left residue in my hair so it looked like I had dandruff when I don't! I'm glad I didn't pay a lot for this stuff.. Usually if I don't like something ill finish the bottle but u had to throw this stuff away!
I am very suprised after reading all of these negative reviews! But I guess everyone has different hair types and not all products work on everyones hair... Overall, I am very impressed with this shampoo. I have hard water PLUS dry, damaged hair so I know right away if a shampoo is moisterizing or not because it ends up feeling like straw. I seen this product advertized on tv, claiming it will erase the damage of 100 blow-drys so I figured why not give it a try. First thing I noticed was that it lathered up nicely (I know some of you are probably shaking their head at me) BUT I like a good lathering shampoo... After rinsing it out, my hair felt silky soft! I use the whole moisture renewal line and Ive found it works great for me. My hair also appears less damaged and is more bouncy and resiliant.
Pretty bad shampoo, I don't understand the claim of "daily moisture renewal" when it leaves my hair so dry after I wash it, it almost feels like when you are trying to get a bad dye out and you wash it with dish soap. I understand that it has sulfates and what not but other sulfate shampoos are not even close to how bad this one is.
Leaves hair dry, frizzy and strips your haircolor like nothing else, never again.
Horrible ingredients: Water, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine