|Would buy this product again.||56%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
First of all i would say that i like the smell of this shampoo its very fresh and tangy.Another thing is that this shampoo gives my hair volume which i really appreciate but the worst thing about this shampoo is it makes my hair frizzy and doesn't give me a clean feel.This shampoo lathers well and comes in a huge bottle with a cheap price.This shampoo is ok but not that good as i used to think when i read really good comments about it.Well what can i say everyone has a different opinion and experience.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
It is cheap and keeps my hair in good tact
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This shampoo is a very good basic shampoo. I definitely need to use a conditioner with this, but all I ask is for clean hair and a scalp that does not itch. This does it for me. Suave reformulated their Naturals shampoos recently and I like the new ones much better now. If you haven't given Suave Naturals a try lately, you should. And it's dirt cheap!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Scentwise this is my favorite of the Suave Naturals line. It smells so clean and watery, reminds me of a Yankee Candle. However, it is a little more drying than the strawberry and apple versions. I buy it to use rarely and as a hand soap and body wash. If you had oily hair this would be perfect.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Other
First off, let me say that this review is for the Suave Aloe Vera & Water Lily shampoo. I'm not sure it's the same kind everyone here is reviewing...but it's not listed. Now on with the review! :)
I love the smell of this shampoo. When I first smelt it, it reminded me of Ralph by Ralph Lauren. It is a light floral scent, but at the same time it has a sort of clean water-type of scent to it (hard to explain.) I had heard good things about Suave on here so I decided to give the brand a try. It cleanses my hair of dirt and oil very well, however I found that during the winter it was a little too drying...
The matching conditioner works pretty well too. I love how dirt cheap the shampoo & conditioner are! I'll definitely buy again. Packaging quality is okay.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I usually use salon shampoos and conditioners. Biolage, Kpak, Redken, Tigi, etc but I stayed over at a friends house one night and had to use her shower and shampoo. The first time I used it...I was like "Wow this stuff works great and is dirt cheap" so I went out and bought some. BIG MISTAKE...I've been using it for about 5 days and my hair feels like sh*t!!! NEVER EVER again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Like other people have said:
1) The smell...very subtle and pleasant. I've used Herbal Essences, Pantene, Thermasilk (before it was Sunsilk), and Garnier Fructis, Dove, and L'oreal and they all had smells I got sick of by the time I was done with the bottle. I've been using this bottle for a little over a month now and I still haven't gotten sick of it...it's innocuous but pleasant.
2) So cheap...You can get it from under a dollar to about $1.30 max depending on where you're buying.
1) More drying than usual. But I've been using it with Trader Joe's "Spa Nourish" organic/no sodium laureth/laurate rip off of Giovanni's organic conditioner (TJ's line is about $2.50 a bottle for about 16 oz.), and so far my hair's texture has been the best it's been in months. The only time it's been better is when I was using shampoo and conditioner from Lux, a Unilever brand based in Asian, but it's about $17 a bottle here vs around $5 in Taiwan.
I don't know if I'd repurchase it again...it definitely gets my hair clean without buildup and I don't have trouble with tangling as other people do, but I do notice that my hair is dryer than usual. It's weird though; when I use the TJ conditioner, it usually balances out by the end of the day.
I have mildly coarse, thick Asian hair.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have to say this is not my everyday shampoo. If I used this and only this on a daily basis it would leave me a little dry and frizzy. I use this as a clarifying shampoo when I need a deep down clean and I pair it with a good rich conditioner. (not the matching conditioner!) It smells like fresh honeysuckle and is not too strong. I always feel so fresh after using it. Also, it is great if your scalp is sun burnt because of the soothing aloe in it. I was terribly burned once and had sun poisoning as well. Any shampoo I used would burn my scalp like mad. I used this and it felt so good. For a dollar this is a steal but it is just a little drying.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Let me start off this review by telling you I really like Suave products - or rather my hair does - except this one. I have thick, coarse, curly hair that can withstand a lot, but on days I used this shampoo my hair looked (to my eyes) dry and straw-like. On days I didn't use this shampoo my hair was soft, shiney and looked great - back to its oldself. It's far too harsh a shampoo to use on a daily basis and I used it only 1-2 times a week until I finished the bottle. I won't be repurchasing this one ever again!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Okay this is amazing shampoo for what brand it is. I hate all other Suave products save the hair spray every once in a while (Do NOT use that everyday). It smells super yummy and you won't believe it but it makes an EXCELLENT facial wash, just excellent. If you like Clinique's Blue Wash-Away Gel Cleanser, T. LeClerc's blue gel cleanser, MAC's green gel cleanser you will love this! It's very gentle as well. Cleans well. I highly recommend this and have repurchased over & over again. It's so cheap! :o)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I recently purchased the shampoo and conditioner after having success with the strawberry shampoo. I like this combo alot; I haven't found it drying at all. The shampoo has a nice clean scent, so if you need a break from the flowery, fruity or purfumey scents, you may like this one- just very clean and fresh. Lathers up nicely, and gives you a squeaky clean feeling. Got this on sale so I cost me a little more than $1 and it's very much worth it. My hair seems to have better luck with suave's transparent shampoos than their opaque ones. You should definitely try!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
When I purchased this shampoo and conditioner, I was shopping for a new shampoo and a bargain. Suave Naturals Aloe Vera was on sale at Shopko, in its plain but not unattractive packaging. So I popped the cap on the shampoo, and the scent was pleasantly beguiling. I have been using these products for about a week now, and although the first few times were nothing special, I have come to like the way they leave my hair feeling clean, with no buildup. Also, the scent is uplifting and relaxing at the same time.
Pros: 1) Cost. I purchased large bottles (1 pint 6.5oz/665 ml) of both the shampoo and conditioner at Shopko for $3.20 total, including tax. 2) Scent. The honeysuckle and aloe extracts are easy to detect (they are listed fifteenth and seventeenth in the ingredients, much higher in the conditioner) in a light, not cloying floral scent that is pleasant and not overpowering. (By contrast, I would say that some of the floral-based Herbal Essences shampoos are cloying and overpowering.) 3) The bottles are recyclable and biodegradable.
Cons: 1) Drying. The scent of the shampoo is reminiscent of Johnsonís Baby Shampoo (very good smelling,) but unfortunately, like J&J Baby Shampoo, it feels slightly drying to normal hair. That said, my former shampoo, which I used for years (and which was my all-time favorite shampoo until the new formula started building up in my hair too fast) was Aussie Moist Shampoo. So, to be fair, any shampoo that was not a moisture shampoo would have felt drying in comparison. (And, as previously stated, I like the clean buildup-free feeling of Suave Aloe Vera.) 2) The conditioner is a little thin. Once again, this is not a moisturizing conditioner, and to its credit it does work very well with the shampoo for a fresh, clean feeling. Would definitely repurchase.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Ick, this shampoo was so drying. When I washed it out, my hair felt rough and dry and I would have to use a ton of conditioner. Now this is my dogs shampoo. ;)
Age: Unknown Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Hmmm. I almost always have great luck with Suave's products, but their Aloe Vera shampoo was the unfortunate exception. I suffer from psoriasis and eczema, and after using this for a week or so, I noticed such a change in the condition of my skin near my scalp. It became tight, red, and itchy. As soon as I discontinued using it, all was well again. I even noticed some eczema breakouts on my arms. It does smell nice and probably is a fantastic shampoo, but sadly I can't use this!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
This was really cheap and did clean my hair but afterwards my hair felt brittle and not so good.Guess im sticking to Dove.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Got this for $ .88 at CVS along with the conditioner! Smells awesome (like sweet aloe vera). My hair feels clean, no residue left over. Bottle is kinda cheap though but hey for 88 cents, what a great deal!