This product is good. EXCEPT I broke out in a horrible rash on my back. I figured it was from this product, and I was right. I paid a lot of money for this so I figured I would use as much as I could. I started leaning forward in the shower so it couldn't run down my back, but even after weeks of doing this my back has not changed. I've been completely off of this product for around 2 weeks and still nothing. I'm very bummed that this product has destroyed my back by giving me acne that won't go away! It must be my sensitive skin. It made my hair grow longer and feel nice. Just not a product for those with sensitive skin.
I purchased the Pureology Hydrate shampoo and conditioner from Ulta. I really like it, my hair looks and feels great, the smell is clean and refreshing (especially the conditioner! It's quite minty), and my hair is longer and healthier than before! I have long, blonde, highlighted, loosely wavy hair that tends to get frizzy. I purchased it after looking at reviews of sulfate-free shampoos. It lathers really well, even if I haven't washed my hair in a couple of days. I don't think it has helped with the frizz but it has helped with the health and length of my hair. It also does a really good job conserving the color. I wash my hair every second or third day, the shampoo/conditioner doesn't seem to make it more or less oily than normal. Since my original purchase, I've bought it two more times, I just wish it wasn't so expensive! I started getting itchy scalp and dandruff while on my second bottle of it so I'm not sure what caused it, but I don't attribute it to the shampoo or conditioner because I think that would have happened a lot sooner. My hairdresser said she tried it but it made her scalp break out, I guess everyone is just different. I'm very satisfied with it and the wonderful condition of my long, blonde, highlighted hair!
So I purchased this shampoo and the matching conditioner for 52$ Can. From past few months I have been using Lush New hair shampoo bar and the Tressame platinum strength conditioner. Really liked the lush stuff as I am prone to hair loss. That shampoo did actually stop my hair fall but dried out my hair. So I decided to splurge on this stuff after reading the reviews here and my friends. I would say it's not a miracle. It's good but nothing wow. My hair were more hydrated but not a lot like I was expecting. The smell is quite nice and it does really clean your hair. I had no issues with hair fall either. But the condition of hair is just slightly better. I think I have had better results with herbal essences but ultimately that shampoo leads to hair fall. I will continue using it. May be I'll see more dramatic results next time
You know when you hear about a product and just KNOW its going to be the best thing ever and your HG and your miracle?! You just WANT IT TO WORK SO BADLY. Before I even tried Hydrate, I just had the feeling I found the perfect one, and we'd be together for ever. But after a year of breaking up and making up, I realized we just weren't right for each other.
I have longer, blonde, wavy hair. I dance on the fine line between medium and thick hair, depending on how frizzy or curly it wants to be. I am a hair junkie and have to say that shampoo and conditioner are my absolutely favorite products to try out because my skin is so sensitive. That being said, I know my hairs needs. It needs severe moisture but not too much waxiness because it can get greasy quickly. It needs good ingredients so my blonde doesn't get too brassy, and on a personal level, I need something to smell good.
I bought two bottles of this and everytime after I washed with it I just thought "ehh... maybe my hair just isn't feeling right today." "ehh maybe the oil/products i put in after fcked it up." "hmm its really humid out." The TRUTH IS THIS ALONE GIVES ME FRIZZ. And after a year of trying to wish this phenomenon away I quit kidding myself.
I like the fragrance and think its pretty unique. Its like Aveda-y but more minty and the fragrance honestly lasts longer than any other shampoo I've used. The bottle and the brand itself is great: looks chic, sleek, and claims to be eco conscious. Sulfate free title with lather, though, has me skeptical. But thats not why this is bad.
As a shampoo, this is almost one of the worst I've ever bought, if you consider value. The liquid physically is much like any other, but its got a coating system that I would try to describe as waxy: but its much different than that. Its not that pantene wax, but it makes your scalp feel good and your hair feel coated. For some, maybe this is the "hydration" they are looking for. But in the long run, this does zero for the health of your hair, and to my hair, does the opposite. I think the coating + fragrance actually strips my hair.
I am left, every time, without fail, with a head of frizz after using this shampoo regardless of products used after.
I've utilized many conditioners with this, and the hydrate conditioner makes the frizz effect 10x worse. I like the conditioner alone more than the combination.
This is $$$$, and I don't mind paying a lot for my hair, but its honestly ABSURD for the results. Bottom line, this just doesn't work for my hair type. Literally any $7 L'Oreal or John Freida beats this sh, and thats harsh.
This is, by far, the best shampoo that I've ever used. I was skeptical but kept seeing good reviews on YouTube so I picked up a few sample packets to try out before investing in a larger size bottle since this stuff is so expensive. After using the first sample packet, I was hooked. You need very little of this, which helps the sting of the cost a bit. This leaves my hair feeling very clean but the stripped sort of squeaky clean like some other shampoos. A lot of shampoos that I've tried leave my hair feeling very dry but this one definitely doesn't. The smell is very earthy, which I quite like. I suffer from dry scalp and I've noticed that I've had less irritation and less flaking since using these products. I always wear my hair pulled back but after using this, I've been wearing my hair down all the time because it just looks so good. Smooth, shiny, frizz free, soft and light. Very lovely product and I will absolutely repurchase.
I have dry, frizzy, thick, wavy hair. I really liked this product. It left my hair super soft and manageable and provides the most slip of any product I have tried. I couldn't stop running my hands through my hair! Did weigh it down some at the roots compared to other products I have tried but not too bad. The biggest issue I have with this is the price, about $30 for a small bottle which only lasts me a month since I have very thick long hair. I am currently looking for something cheaper that works similarly without any luck. If I don't find something soon I will just switch back to this and cry about the $60 a month it will cost me to buy the shampoo and conditioner.
First off I have oily scalp frizzy waivy hair which I flat iron every other day plus I have virgin hair now , I used this shampoo when I had bleach hair and this shampoo was really amazing it my number one shampoo of all time the shampoo alone leaves your hair soft moisturize and shiny it by far the best the only down side that since I have let my natural color grow out and my hair is healthy now I feel that by the 2nd day my hair looks a little more oily than usual there for I stop using it plus the price is so high for me now since my hair does not need extra care if you just have really nasty dry hair you must try this specially if you have bleach hair if you wash your hair every other day it will last u like for 5 months the liter size Becuase you should only way your roots since washing your ends will only make your hair dryer. The only down size for me is the price even tho I know it's worth it
Brief hair history: wavy, frizzy, naturally dry, fine hair strands but A LOT of hair. This shampoo seems like it was made for my head of hair. The day I wash my hair with this is great. My hair is shiny, soft and smells amazing. The second day, not so much. My hair is still soft and shiny, but the shine is more so from my roots already being greasy. I understand this is normal for some people, but I usually go 3-4 days between washing my hair. I love everything pureology stands for and especially their hydrate line. It's just a shame it doesn't love me back. I will revisit this when the air is cooler and drier.
THE BEST. I haven't found anything that compares to this line of shampoos and conditioners. I buy it in gigantic salon sizes now to save a few bucks bc it's spendy. But it leaves my hair so much softer and healthier than anything else, its worth it. I like the scents in this line. Hydrate is minty. That's cool with me. For the record, the strands of my hair are fine but overall my hair is reallllllly full and wavy. Always trying to get my hair to calm down a little and play nice.
I started using this shampoo 3 months ago. I have colored my hair for years now and have always, always, had severe fade and color change with other shampoos that I have used. On a whim, I decided to try pureology, since it has no sulfates, something I stopped using several years ago, and was touted as a good shampoo. I really had low expectations, so I bought the sample size for under $10 at Ulta. By day 3, I could tell a difference in my hair, and had figured out the "right" way to use this shampoo. Pureology is concentrated and can be quite easily overused. I have bra length 3b/c curly hair that I wash every day. Most days, I only use an amount equal to a couple of peas, but if my hair is really dirty I will use a dime sized amount. Using any more than this will dry my hair out and is not necessary. I make sure my hair is really wet and rub the shampoo thru my hair before I began to wash, otherwise it tends to stay in one area. My hair is never tangled with this, something that never happened with other shampoos, but I do always use a conditioner. The sample bottle lasted me a little over 2 weeks, so I bought the small bottle that was about $27 at Ulta. I still have maybe a week's worth of shampoo in the bottle and it has been almost 3 months since I started on that, so for me the price is not a big deal since it's not something I using up every month. The smell is herbally to me, but is not offensive and does not linger. As far as my color fading, I have not experienced any at all since using this shampoo, that alone will guarantee that I will be repurchasing. The fading I was experiencing every month between colorings was so bad, I really didn't know what to do. For me, this is a must.