This shampoo is great if you happent o have damaged hair.
And I like the way it makes my hair feels after the shower, it just feel healthy and nice!
Now into the cons: I HATE the smell of this shampoo! It smells like pepper mint and I don't like that smell at all! Thank God the smell doesn't linger.
Another con I have with this is that I don't find it lather as good as my other shampoos (it's raining men, BIG shampoo) and I find I have to apply too much product to actually get it to lather well!
I don't know if I'm going to repurchase this again, but overall it's a good product (minus the smell)
Love this shampoo! It cleans my hair like no other shampoo has ever done. It took a while for my hair to adjust to it, but now my hair loves it.
The fair trade honey shampoo is also great, especially for people with blond hair, because it lightens your hair.
For a travel size of this product, it lasts me quite some time. I have oily hair so I find myself washing my hair every single day. When I started using this I started washing my hair every other day. It minimized the oils in my hair quite a bit. I don't like how it expires so quickly so I have to constantly buy the smaller bottles. And the price is expensive just for a travel size. I will continue to buy this, and I do recommend it for people with oily and thin hair.
I love this shampoo!!This makes my hair have great texture and volume and after every use my hair is so easy to style! I have the best hair day with this. The smell isn't amazing but if you don't like it, you don't have to worry cause it doesn't last, but the outcome is fantastic!
- Like most Lush products it's quite pricey but my 500g bottle lasted one year with once a week usage (I switch)
- Packaging was OK, typical Lush: clear, quite thin plastic bottle.
- You don't need much of it, it really lathers like crazy.
- The smell is quite nice, refreshing, fresh, minty, clean and your hair and scalp felt great afterwards too.
- I really needed to pair this shampoo with a conditioner, I won't repurchase this shampoo again because I think it's too stripping. Too clean if you wish.
I first used this shampoo about a year ago. I had fairly healthy hair but had a problem with frizz. Since this was full of good oils I thought it would calm my frizzy hair. I bought it along with the vegan. conditioner. For the first couple of months of using this shampoo, my hair looked amazing. It was shiny, very soft, and there was absolutely no frizz whatsoever. But, after a coupe of months the results started to change. First the shampoo started to build up on my hair, to where I could scratch my head and there would be residue. Also my hair started to get puffy and frizzy again.
I stopped using this shampoo for months and then decided to go back to it because my hair was still a bit puffy (and I went a little straightener crazy before). So i bought it and my this time I had build up on my scalp and my the ends and middle part of my hair was dry (only the top layer).
This is a good one time shampoo and it will give you good results...however, they are only temporary and I do not believe this would be a good long term shampoo. : )
Paired with American Cream, this much-lathering gel makes my hair look fair and shiny. Looking at the ingredients, I feel like it should be exfoliating/ deep cleansing, and it does feel like it cleans quite deep down. However the one caveat is that, at least with American Cream, my hair gets heavy and feels a bit dirty after a couple of days. That's fine - the pepperminty, tingly lather makes it fun to use this regularly.
This is my holy grail shampoo. I will never try anything else, this is all I need (except LUSH's Retread conditioner) to make my hair healthy. My hair is very dry and damaged, this shampoo will not cure split ends, (the only way to do that is to get a haircut) but it will prevent your hair from getting split ends. If you have dry hair like me, this shampoo will give you a deep clean without drying out your hair even more. If you have oily hair, it will clarify your scalp and get rid of the oil without drying out the ends of your hair. If you can foot the bill, you should buy this shampoo. The only thing some people would complain about is the consistency. This shampoo has the consistency of water. I like this because you will be able to get every last drop of it out, unlike their American Cream (which I used to use until I got Retread) which there will always be a little bit of product that won't come out. This product also helps with dandruff and itchy scalps, it doesn't cure it, but it will hold me over until I can get my hands on the Snake Oil bar. Also beware that the strong pepperminty smell that some compare to toothpaste ( I think it is really refreshing) stays in your shower while you are in there.
My Final Verdict: If you can afford the price (3.3oz is $13.95, 8.4oz is $24.95 and 16.9oz is $39.95) then get the shampoo. I recommend getting a sample first to make sure you love it, or if you don't live near a store, get a small bottle online.
I like this product since it cleans my hair and scalp so well. I only wash my hair once a week, because it is so damaged, and during that time, my scalp can get a little bit greasy, which this shampoo removes easly. This schampoo can make your hair pretty dry if you don't use a conditioner, so I always use the retread conditioner, (also from lush) afterwards.
This product is expensive, but well worth the money for me. I have extremely oily hair, so alternate between this shampoo and a Rene Furterer shampoo for oily hair. Rehab helps replenish my hair with a bit of moisture and shine while also really "cleaning" my hair. I hate shampoos that still make you feel like you have a bunch of gunk left in your scalp after washing. I also am not a fan of shampoos that are so deep cleaning that it dries your hair out. This strikes a great balance of both worlds.