|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This shampoo dried out my hair and made me shed way too much. Every single time. Also, I didn't care for the aluminum bottle because you have to pour the shampoo out, making it difficult to control how much product is dispensed. I did like the yummy honey-like scent and it also cleansed and lathered well. But the amount of hair I would lose after using this was just unacceptable and besides that it didn't do anything to help or improve my hair. I didn't like this at all. Just a very expensive, sub-par hair product.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy Eyes: Green
I find this a good shampoo for my dry/brittle hair. It stops build up from my rather heavy conditioners and oils but doesn't strip my hair and with a good deep conditioner leaves my hair soft and shiny. I really like the aluminum bottles which can be completely recycled and bashed about without ever leaking. It smells or orange blossom which I find to be a lovely scent. The shampoo doesn't lather at all which can be a bit disconcerting at first but I've got used to that. I don't find I need to use that much which is good as it's pricey, certainly I don't rinse and repeat which is way too much for my hair unless I've let it get ridiculously oily.
This is one of my favourite shampoos, the only reason I didn't give it a five is because while it's one of the best it also has a slightly over inflated price tag for what it is. Also it I find it MUST be teamed with a very moisturising conditioner or pre treatment oil to get the best results out of it - if I'm using a lighter conditioner it doesn't work that well at all.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is expensive and didnīt help a lot. The smell is akward, like rotten beer. It lathers well and leaves hair kinda soft, but not that sooooft for the price. Bad package too.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is an extremely nourishing shampoo and cleans your hair very gently without stripping moisture. The only problem is that it doesn't feel like your hair is clean afterwards and there is build up over time.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Black
Wow, probably the WORST shampoo I've ever used! I have thick, dry, wavy shoulder-length asian/black hair and this shampoo left it draw, straw-like, and parched. I followed the instructions exactly and my hair look more fried AFTER shampooing than before! Tried it again the following week to make sure it wasn't a fluke and yup, did the same thing. This is supposed to be moisturizing?! Very small bottle for the cost, and while you're only supposed use it 1-2x a week and only use a quarter-size amount, the fact that you're supposed to shampoo twice means you'll be going through the tiny bottle faster than you think. Returning.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is my absolute #1 HG hair product...and I don't have many HGs. First of all, this is a shampoo...I had literally NEVER found a shampoo that actually moisturizes my hair until I found Phytonectar. My hair is what I like to call "special needs hair" -- incredibly thick, wiry, frizzy, and wavy in a way that's more stuck-my-finger-in-an-electric-socket than VS-model wavy. In sum, it is an absolute nightmare to deal with. Very few products actually make a difference in how my hair looks, feels, and can be managed. Phytonectar actually adds moisture, shine, and manageability to my hair. Amazing! I shampoo once with it, rinse, then apply again. I let it sit for 15 minutes if I've got the time, and I'm left with soft, amazing hair! I do use conditioner and other styling products, but this shampoo makes the most difference in how my hair looks. It also smells fantastic...orange blossom, mmmmmm.
There are a few cons that don't deter me from repurchasing forever but are worth noting: first of all is the hefty price tag. I believe that a 6.7 oz bottle of this stuff costs close to $25. Ouch. I can find litre bottles on Amazon for cheaper, but it still comes out to be quite pricey. It also doesn't lather super well, so I had to get used to shampooing my hair twice. This means that not only is the shampoo super pricey, it also doesn't last as long as other shampoos. Lastly, the bottle is kind of a pain...screw top, which can lead to some sticky situations if you're trying to handle the bottle with soapy hands and the bottle's top is off...watch out so you don't lose product!
I honestly don't care about the cons here, though. This is worth its weight in gold in my opinion!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Fantastic stuff. I got a sample bottle of this from my former employer and, on a whim, tossed it into my overnight bag in a packing frenzy. The first night out of town, I hop into the shower & unscrew the lid on the tiny glass vial, & this amazing orange-blossom sent fills the bathroom. I thought it couldn't get much better, then I actually used the stuff (after standing there smelling it for a good five minutes). Oh, heaven. My hair is incredibly dry & damaged due to former hair coloring adventures & daily brutal heat styling. It requires daily styling in order to look half-way decent, & I was accustomed to a daily all-over flatiron in the name of not scaring the neighbours. I stepped out of the shower, put a pea-sized blob of Phyto7 in my shoulder-blade-length hair, & blew it dry. My hair was SOFT, bouncy, shiny, and the only thing that required a flatiron were my bangs due to shoddy blow-drying technique. Later I spoke with the Phyto rep & she advised me that this shampoo works so well because it is intended as a once-per-week shampoo to restore protein to the hair. Using it too often will result in breakage & general hair unhappiness. Alternate it with your favourite shampoo for results. This is now a staple & has me sold on the entire Phyto line. After all, who knows beauty better than the French?
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This is a great shampoo! This really helped my bleached hair years ago. I used this shampoo in conjunction with phytokarite conditioner and the results were amazing. If anyone is wondering whether to go with phytocitrus or phytonectar, I have tried both and definitely prefer phytonectar.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This is the best shampoo I've ever used. My hair is black Asian hair, quite thick. My hair is generally very strong but I permed my hair in the last four years and that was the start of the problem. I permed my hair once a year on average. Right after perming it, it dried out, brittled and was so frizzy, just unmanageable. I had to wait it out for a couple of months for it to restore its natural strength so that my perm looks nice.
Now, this year I permed it once. Then within four weeks I did a low-light, then perm it again after I felt that the perm didn't hold up as much. My hair literally was destroyed. It was at the worst form ever! I was so panicked. I was recommended Phyto. I used this one because I went to the shop and that's all they carried.
This made such such such a difference to my hair. I use the shampoo in conjunction with the mask. After three washes, I think my hair is in its top form ever! Everywhere I go, random strangers (mostly girls) keeps telling me that I have such a nice hair. Some even came and asked me whether they can touch it. And I've never in my life received so many compliments about my hair. I forever indebted to Phyto. My curls just came alive, soft and are no longer frizzy. I just can't believe that just a shampoo would make so much difference in such a short period of time!
I have to admit though that although the mask was good, it didn't, right away, gives a smooth texture like a normal conditioner would do. However, I do think that it heals the hair fundamentally, rather than giving it a quick fix like most conditioners do. And I think that's what set Phyto apart. I really feel that my hair condition is being restored gradually, each and every wash, back to how it was before I did this perm, color, perm madness.
The other thing I like about it is the absence of Parabens. I just can't stand Parabens because it just makes my hair greasy after one day. With other normal shampoo, I had to wash my hair at least four times a week because of the greasiness. And I think that's what partly destroyed my hair because washing hair often would just wipe out the natural oil of the hair. And that makes it frizzy and unmanageable. With Phyto, I only wash my hair twice a week and I'll be fine!
I am very amazed with the result and I recommended all of my friends to use it. I love this product and I vow to use it as long as it works miracle like this on my hair!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Other, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I use this shampoo once a week to alternate the protein-based Dumb Blonde. I actually bought it because it is sulfate-free.
This is a good vegetal shampoo, highly hydrating the hair and also coating it with what feels like a honey-based lustre. Hair will be highly shiny afterwards.
My hair is fine and curly and this shampoo made the blow-dry go easy into straight (I used with Nectar Thermique considering they're both bee-based products) which was not exactly what I wanted, but I guess adding a volume spray or a mousse will make hair bouncier after blow-drying.
It does kill the volume, but it is a nourishing shampoo (treatment) not a styling shampoo. Because it's not chemical it doesn't irritate the scalp at all (and also cleanse it pretty well I'd say).
I think this shampoo does what it says but for people with very fine hair they might need to consider using some volumizing products at the end since it makes hair very soft = falls down straight.
It does not improve much about the breakage - if you have that problem.
I use it to seal the proteins I put on my hair with the Dumb Blonde line (which does indeed make hair stronger, and fixes the breaking) and also to clarify my hair (since DB takes some shine away I assume it puts a lot stuff into my hair).
It's nice. If you love pin straight hair, this shampoo and a very hydrating mask, and a blowdry will help you achieve that.
This is it for now, I'll update if I see more improvement from it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I've been using this shampoo since it was packaged in those cumbersome glass bottles (the new metal ones are much lighter). Even though I've tried some other shampoos (Biolage, Artec, Redken etc.) I always return tho this one. I have blond, highlighted hair which is often dry. This shampoo hydrates without weighing it down. The only other shampoo that has come close is Kerastase Bain Satin, but that one costs a bit more.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I used to use the Phytojoba regularly, but then I switched to CG method for curly hair and went sulfate-free. I use Phyto-joba still as a clarifying shampoo, because even though it has sulfates in it it's still pretty gentle.
I thought that I'd switch to an even lower sulfate product with Phyto-nectar, but I'm not liking this as much as Phytojoba. It is gentler, and it foams up a lot less (it's not supposed to foam up, most low sulfate or sulfate free shampoos won't foam up). I like the smell well enough, but prefer the Phyto-joba, so I think once I finish up this bottle I'll go back to that for my clarifying shampoo.
My boyfriend has extremely dry curly hair (4a) and this is great for him. After just one wash he was significantly less frizzy. I think the scent is a little too girly for him though, because he's back using the Bumble and Bumble shampoo I also donated to him when it didn't work out for me. :D
Also, I understand why they use the aluminum bottles, with the whole low preservative thing (marketing), and they are an improvement on the glass ones (I shattered one in my tiled shower once-terrible!) but yeah, those slippery bottles and the tops suck. It's so easy to pour out too much product, and spill and blahblahblah. I keep meaning to get a pump, but never do...
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I love the way this shampoo works on my fine, dry hair. It is expensive, though, as all Phyto products are. Very hydrating. Smells Really Nice - vaguely of orange blossom! Thicker than Phytojoba - which I also like.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I adore this shampoo. I use only the smallest amount, and while it isn't SUPER lathery, it smells wonderful.
I have highlighted hair and it is on the dry side with an oily scalp.
This shampoo is gentle enough for my hair itself, but doesn't exacerbate my oily roots
It is simply my very favorite shampoo. I follow it with their spray-on leave in conditioner for color treated hair and my locks are exceptionally soft without being weighed down or greasy in any way.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Purchased this after reading good reviews. I have 4a/b relaxed hair & I don't see what all the hype is about. It was just okay & I used the entire bottle before writing this review. Won't repurchase. Cheaper brands perform better.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I was very disappointed with this shampoo. The consistency is too thick-the shampoo wouldn't lather for me which in turn made me feel like my hair wasn't properly cleaned. I didn't see any other noticable improvements. The screw top metal bottle is a pain to contend with....ugh will not purchase again!
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Of all the Phyto shampoos this one is the best (for me). Great smell, very nice results. Bottle cap is the pits.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love this shampoo! I love the Aluminium bottle, I love the texture, I love the smell and most of all I love how nice my hair is when I use this. You all must know, that every hair is different and you must search long for the best products for your hair. I`m happy that I have found my products relative fast. I have tried Rene Furterer, Redken and most of the drug store shits out there and Phyto is the best for my hair. No silicone in the shampoos too! I will probably stick to it forever, but I like to try new things and I will betray Phyto if I find something better, but for now this is the really THE BEST line for me!
P.S.: I have curly, dry hair, which is now more curly, more soft, with more volume, shine and most important healhy!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Can I give this Zero?Yes,Zero would be perfect rating for this product.It did absolutelly nothing but made my hair look like straw.It made my hair tangled as well,dried it out even more than it is usually.Not worth the money at all.Actually,not worth of any try at all,because I get better results with some cheap store brands.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
expensive and does not work. I have fine hair and it felt like broom after washed and conditioned. Definitely wont buy again