J.F. Lazartique • Rebalancing Shampoo • Shampoo
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I liked this shampoo very much. I have wanted to try the J.F Lazartique line from France for years but it's on the expensive side.(around $22-42 bucks for 3.4-8 oz bottles of product) The formula of this shampoo is for oily roots and dry ends It lathers & rinses out well and has a great marine scent. I got my bottle a while back on sale before they re-packaged this as a Mens hair care item and made it in a smaller 8.4 oz Vs. the orginal 10.2 oz bottle. I would but this again if I could afford it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I like this shampoo. I use it once or twice a week on my color treated hair and as far as I can see it hasn't done any damage. It's a mild but yet cleansing shampoo that really untangles your hair without making it too soft and limp. Ít's strange stuff but it gives me wonderful hair!
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I do not ascribe great powers to shampoo to make improvements in one's hair. I believe that conditioners, treatments, and styling products etc do most of that work, and that the best you can hope for in a good shampoo is that it will effectively clean your hair without doing any damage. (Yes, some shampoos help thicken, lighten, add shine, etc., but I think that's a less-effective route to take, and that it's best to use other products for these purposes.)
Lazertique's Rebalancing shampoo doesn't make any grand claims, or I'd have shied away from it. It is a mild shampoo, meant for "oily roots, dry ends". I don't suffer horribly from this problem, just a little bit, probably because I prefer to wash my hair every 3 days instead of daily. I'm telling ya, this stuff is MARVELOUS. I don't understand how it works. Seaweed, "trace elements", and marine collagen..... It sounds like hooey to me, but somehow this stuff really does rebalance my hair, and makes it look as good as it can possibly look. Even if I skip conditioner (but I never skip my dab of leave-in detangler, "Spotlight" by John Frieda), even if I don't bother to style my hair. My hair is just so happy to be "rebalanced" that it just settles nicely into place all by itself. Truly amazing. It is expensive, but my local Marshall's usually has it for $3 to $5.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This shampoo is pretty expensive but it's an interesting product too...it claims to contain marine extract, and in fact its scent is very reminescent of that of the sea...I know it might sound weird, but I actually like this shampoo's scent! This shampoo gave body to my hair and made it very very smooth and silky! I didn't see much improvement on my split ends, unfortunately but I'd buy it again just for its scent and for the way it made my hair feel like...just like silk!!