Before I started using this product my hair was frizzy, dull, and brittle. I had to use a lot of styling products and tools to get my hair to look decent. The first time I used the conditioning cleanser I was unsure if I liked it because it does not lather and I felt like I wasn't really washing my hair and I had to use about 15 pumps to get a very light sud. The end results were amazing. My hair instantly felt smoother and I was able to dry it half the time, my ends looked healthy and I had a beautiful sheen on my strands that did not look greasy, just healthy. I will definitely buy this product again. It is the only thing I've been using on my hair since I bought it and I've had great results.
I had never tried Wen. The price always turned me off. So when I saw
that Loreal had a new product that was comparable I purchased immediately . When I first tried it, I wasn't that impressed. my hair felt soft but it felt a little heavy and my roots looked oily. So the next time I tried it, I just used regular shampoo on my scalp and used the evercreme on the rest of my hair. And I fell in love. My hair was so soft and light. I have naturally loose curls and hair is firzzy. When I blow-dried it, it looked so smooth and soft. The product has a light brown sugar vanilla smell. But even though it's not overpowering, it lasts all day. I love this product and have not used anything else since. I've added the line's shampoo to my routine. Even my hairstylist, who works at at Yamaguchi's in the Four Seasons, which is a top Salon in So Cal, commented on how great my hair looked.
I have been using Wen and Sally's Hair One for a couple of years now, and I have to say that this L'Oreal product is much better than both of them. Out of the 3, I'd say that Wen is the worst and the least conditioning, but still much better on my dry hair than shampoo, which is why I've used it for so long. The L'Oreal definitely made my hair shinier and more moisturized, and my curls seemed better formed. The pump does not dispense enough with each push, so you will have to spend a little time dispensing it. It does have a lingering scent, which I normally do not like, but it is so mild and inoffensive that I kind of like having my hair smell like it. This product is relatively inexpensive, especially compared to Wen and Hair One, and you can get some real bargains on it at CVS combined with coupons from the paper. I will continue to use this product.
I think this product is a good, cheaper alternative to the WEN system (which I love) The constinscey is diferent, not as thick and not as creamy. I prefer the WEN to this, but if you are looking for a a wallet-friendly choice, I think this would be good.
I really really like this product. My hair is long and not super thick but not thin either...and it's dry and I have breakage. I started using this and my hair is pretty darn shiny and I notice is not breaking as it used to and I have hardly any flyaways anymore, overall this has greatly improved the condition of my hair. This does not weight my hair down at all. But u must read the bottle it says this product is for people with DRY hair so it works great for my type of hair. If u have oily hair this may not work for you.
This is similar to the Kerastase Chroma Sensitive Cleansing Balm which is owned by L'oreal but is $42 for 200 ml. The ingredients are almost the same except L'oreal has added plant seed oils. I like Kerastase better because it smells better and the texture is thicker. You do go through the Kerastase fast because you need a lot of product per use. The same with L'oreal too though but it is way cheaper.
I know you're not supposed to wash your hair every day but I can't stand it if I don't. I thought that this might be an alternative to try. I don't find that this cleanses my hair in the slightest, and no matter how hard I try I can never get it to completely rinse out of my hair. I might as well just use a light, non-cleansing conditioner that actually washes out! This leaves me with residue-y hair that looks dull and lifeless. I threw it out.
I thought this stuff was okay...My hair has had Japanese straightening so I feel like it is a bit limp. I use this every other time I shower/wash my hair. It doesn't suds up like a shampoo but I just make sure my hair is soaked, put a bunch in (like 20 pumps) and then leave it in for a few minutes. Leaves your hair nice and soft. I don't think it would wash your hair too well if you had a lot of product in it but its really good for washing every other time.
My only real complaint is the pump on the bottle really sucks. The smell is alright, just different,
I was really interested in wen, so when I saw loreal had developed a cleansing conditioned I was super excited because I feel sulfates really have an effect on my haircolor by stripping it. Anyway, this product did not condition my hair as well as stated and left my hair stringy after several uses. Converted to evercreme nourishing shampoo and conditioner and I love it! This product is a great idea just not quite mastered yet.
First time I used this I made the mistake of not rubbing the product in enough and distributing it evenly..result, my hair still felt a tad greasy. But now I used more pumps (bout 5-7) and rub it around well, my hair came out silky, smooth and even bouncy! I have very fine colored hair which can go flat easily and so far I am liking this cleansing conditioner. the one step makes it faster to shower, no more conditioner afterwards and less harsh on your hair. Just make sure to wet hair really well, distribute enough conditioner around, let it soak for a minute or two while you wash your body and then rinse well!
Fingers crossed every wash will be like this!