|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Fine Eyes: Brown
I just got a small bottle of this and tried it for the first time. After rinsing the shampoo off, i'm surprised at how soft and "light" my hair feels, if it makes any sense. My wet hair feels "light"?? I used the conditioner I already have and after my hair has air dried, they feel softer than usual, has more volume, but somehow my hair also seems to break alittle more easily than usual.
I have oily scalp and dry, fine hair. I hate shampoos for dry hair as they leave behind sticky coat on my scalp. This shampoo leaves my scalp clean while keeping my hair soft.
The scent is nice, which is surprising as most other products from Korres don't usually smell nice. Being a natural brand, i guess the scent are just natural smells of the ingredients and I don't mind that at all. The consistency is very watery so you may need to use alittle more product than other shampoos. This may be because it does not contain "thickening chemical" because Korres is a natural brand.
Update: I finished my 50ml bottle and do really like it. It gives my hair volume, my hair smells nice and soft, my oily scalp feels clean. The only con is that my hair is alittle tiny bit more prone to breakage which can be remedied by using a more moisturizing conditioner. And I have fine hair so that may be it. Still I really liked it and will repurchase it to alternate between my Lush shampoo bars and paul mitchell tea tree shampoo.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
i got a sample of this while i was travelling overseas and i absolutey love it ! my hair is abit of a princess, it likes to get all angry and oily if i dont use the right products for it. basically at the moment ive been sticking to organic shampoo for years after trying many items on the market (the basics)
maybe because this is an organic shampoo it worked FAB! and it also smelled soooooooo good. dying to get my hands on this
however knowing korres, this is probably going to be expensive (esp if youre unfortunate like in AUS )
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I wish I could give this product a 2.5, as I'm completely on the fence about Korres shampoo (both this one and the Juniper/Olive Tree).
Neither of them did anything bad to my hair, but they didn't really do anything good, either. I've been alternating them both for over six months, and frankly, I think they're interchangeable. Neither is worth the money.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This was a good basic shampoo. My hair is very thick and fairly coarse. It tends towards dry and this shampoo did not dry out my hair. I don't wash my hair daily, but I can see this being a good shampoo for those that find daily washing a necessity. The lather on this shampoo was about average. For me, this means I went through the shampoo rather fast. I think I could find a comparable shampoo for a cheaper price. I love Korres products, but I could easily pass on this one. Per ounce, it's more expensive than my favorite salon brand.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I happen to like this shampoo. Cleans without drying. Light, fresh scent. Doesn't irritate my scalp. Isn't one of those "OMG this is the best product ever!" type of experiences, but it works. I can go 2-3 days without shampooing using this shampoo. I would purchase this on sale.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is an okay shampoo- it's light, it lathers well enough. The scent is light and clean. I'm not sure exactly what the scent is, perhaps soapwort? It's a very light scent, not at all perfumey. The main problem with this shampoo is that it's runny. It takes quite a bit to lather up one's full head (especially if you have long or thick hair). Given that this shampoo is pretty pricey, it becomes pretty hard to justify given how much gets wasted. For a shampoo that's just okay it's not worth the price.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
If I could choose "perhaps" under 'Would you buy this product again?" I would. There were some things I liked about this and some things I didn't. First off, this really tamed my hair very nicely. I have super frizzy & thick hair that I ultimately straighten (Greek hair, if you will) and this made my locks completely manageable. That reason alone is enough for me to possibly buy it again. The fragrance I also admired, it's a soapy, fresh & clean scent, smelling mildly of aloe, but it didn't stick on my hair that well, which I didn't like. I also didn't think it made my hair look as shiny and healthy as other shampoos do. Maybe it's because my hair has been spoiled with high-end hair products and always make it shine and this is more of a natural, "less is more" type of product with less toxins, I don't know. Either way, I'm on the fence. But if you have hair like mine, it's worth a shot!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I found this shampoo at T.J.Maxx for $4.99 so, I thought I would try it. I did not have huge expectations however, I keep reaching for this over my huge array of shampoo choices. It seems like I never have a bad hair day when I use it and my hair looks healthy and shiny. I am probably going to be checking out more Korres products now.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I'm loving this shampoo!
A few years back my hair got really oily - I had to wash it every day otherwise it looked horrible. On top of that I also got oily dandruff. Ewww! In trying to solve the issue, I did some research and read that using a PH neutral shampoo could help to balance an oily scalp. I bought Rene Furterer's Melaleuca anti-dandruff shampoo for oily scalp as a treatment with Karité butter conditioner to use on my dry ends from years of blowdrying, and the Naturia PH neutral shampoo for daily use. It took a while, but the products did cure my scalp condition (miracle! as I never believed a shampoo could do that). But I found the Naturia to be a little drying, and also too expensive to use as an every day shampoo.
Then I discovered Yves Rocher's Hemamelis PH neutral shampoo with witch hazel. This was my absolute HG. Cheaper, smelled lovely and left my hair silky and shiny with bounce. By this point my hair had gone back to normal and I was only washing my hair every 3-4 days again. I stuck with this shampoo (and switched to Paul Mitchell's The Detangler, another HG) until recently over here in Europe they modified the Hemamelis formula. I'm no where near as happy with the new version. (They still sell the old forumla in the states, but it's impossible to get here). So I've been looking for a replacement, and found this Korres one. I love the smell, it leaves my hair soft and silky, but still manageable. I'll definitely be using this from now, I just took one lippie off for the price, wish it was a bit cheaper!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love how this shampoo is gentle and my hair feels sleek after rinsing. For me, it's important to follow up with a conditioner afterwards though (my hair tends to tangle if I don't). I initially used this with the Korres Conditioner for All Hair Types but I found that my hair behaves much better if I use a Head and Shoulders conditioner. Most people say that a general rule is that you try not to wash your hair daily (but in the end it really depends on your hair type). For me, especially because I am an athlete, I have to wash my hair everyday and I feel that this shampoo does the job without being overly harsh. I just purchased my second bottle. One thing to note is that this does not lather as much as other shampoos. I'll be using this until I find a better shampoo.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
A good high-quality shampoo with natural ingridients.
But nothing special and surprising. Just good.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I found this too thin and watery for my liking, I needed to use tons to get my hair clean (but I do have lots of very thick curly hair which is quite hard work to wash). I prefer something a bit thicker and easier to lather. It's not cheap in the UK either.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is a GREAT shampoo! I have color-treated, fine/thick short hair: the kind that looks flat and static-y in the winter. Along with the conditioner, I get some nice volume without blowing drying. And a little tiny drop works for my whole head. Nice surprise!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
I am becoming more and more of a fan of Korres products! I purchased a few bottles of this shampoo without really knowing anything about it because it was so drastically reduced at TJ Maxx. I couldn't resist and I figured that if I hated it, I could always just keep it in the guest bathroom or give it to DH (since he's been sporting a virtual buzz cut, I don't understand why he NEEDS shampoo, but he not only uses it, he uses ALOT of it, so I can always pawn stuff off on him...:D ).
I've had it for awhile now and only just recently used it over the holidays. I had thrown a bottle of it in my travel bag and used it while we were away. It's lovely stuff. It's quite gentle, yet it still left my hair feeling very clean as well as soft and manageable. I'm not sure what the list price of it is, but if you have the opportunity to pick some up at your local TJ Maxx, grab it - especially if you color treat your hair. I think you'll be pleased with it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Great daily shampoo! I got in on sale at TJ Maxx, and this shampoo is truly wonderful-- and believe me, I've tried many shampoos. Kerastase, Ojon, Fresh, etc. etc. etc. and this shampoo actually reminds me of Fresh shampoo, only it's better.
It left my hair very very soft, and I didn't even need conditioner! (My hair is fine but thick and very strong, ie doesn't break easily, colored, and oily at the scalp.)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I hate this shampoo, I don't know where the aloe is in this product, seeing that it leaves my hair rough and dull. I have to pile on a hair mask afterwards.
It is not foamy at all and in gemeral makes my hair brittle. The scent is extremely mild but in a surgical kind of way. Will definitely not re-purchase.
*I have dry/normal hair*
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I have to say that on my bottle this does have Propylene glycol listed among the ingredients, while my latest purchase the Rice Protein Shampoo doesn't, maybe it's because this is an older version. Overall this is a great basic shampoo. I have long hair that is dry at the ends and I wash it every other day, this shampoo is very delicate and perfect for frequent use. It leaves my hair soft and shiny, while other similar products always require huge amounts of conditioner afterwards. This is what I expected Aveda Shampure to be like, but much better.
I have already repurchased this once, but unfortunately it's quite hard to find. The price here in Italy is 8€ which is alright, not cheap but not that expensive either.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
This is a nice, simple shampoo that cleans gently and does not strip the hair and make it squeaky. It does not contain silicone, mineral oil, propylene glycol or ethanolamines. Scent is mild and pleasant. I'd recommend this to most people. This alone is not enough to control my itchy scalp problem, but as a gentle daily shampoo it fits the bill. The price is OK considering the quality. **Me: problematic sensitive scalp, medium length wavy/curly lightly dry hair**