GVP Generic Value Products

GVP Generic Value Products


Overall rating
4.1
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79%
would repurchase
4.1
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Overall rating
79%
would repurchase

Recent GVP Generic Value Products Reviews

GVP 1'' Hair Straightener

I probably bought this flat iron 5 years ago &amp; it still works like a charm! I flat iron my hair 2 to 3 times a week. For the past year I've been using it to straighten &amp; curl my hair. Works fabulously! I seriously have no complaints. I remember towards the beginning it made my hair look silkier, but I don't notice that effect as much these days. It's not a wide flat iron so make sure to straighten small sections of hair. I used to own a Chi flat iron. I don't notice a huge difference between the two. You're def getting a bang for your buck (is that how you say it?) I created a video of me using it to straighten &amp; create loose waves in my hair <object onclick="ga('send', {hitType: 'event',eventCategory: 'Ajax Interaction',eventAction: 'PlayVideo',eventLabel: ''});" width="360" height="320"><param name="movie" value="https://www.youtube.com/v/K8ms1N8Lh_A"><param name="wmode" value="transparent"><embed src="https://www.youtube.com/v/K8ms1N8Lh_A" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="360" height="320"></object>

GVP 1'' Hair Straightener
5.0
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2 months ago

I probably bought this flat iron 5 years ago &amp; it still works like a charm! I flat iron my hair 2 to 3 times a week. For the past year I've been using it to straighten &amp; curl my hair. Works fabulously! I seriously have no complaints. I remember towards the beginning it made my hair look silkier, but I don't notice that effect as much these days. It's not a wide flat iron so make sure to straighten small sections of hair. I used to own a Chi flat iron. I don't notice a huge difference between the two. You're def getting a bang for your buck (is that how you say it?) I created a video of me using it to straighten &amp; create loose waves in my hair <object onclick="ga('send', {hitType: 'event',eventCategory: 'Ajax Interaction',eventAction: 'PlayVideo',eventLabel: ''});" width="360" height="320"><param name="movie" value="https://www.youtube.com/v/K8ms1N8Lh_A"><param name="wmode" value="transparent"><embed src="https://www.youtube.com/v/K8ms1N8Lh_A" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="360" height="320"></object>


Shampoo (Compare to Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Shampoo)

Finally found a shampoo I have not tired of and it works well. I really enjoy the scent. I find it scented just enough, it's light and not too strong, and kind of reminds me of cantaloupe a bit. The best part is that the scent is completely different than all the scents I find at the drugstore nowadays which I find sickening. It cleanses well, does not dry out my hair, and does not irritate my scalp. The price is not too bad but I only purchase when there is a sale. The 16oz bottle actually lasts a decent amount of time too. I plan on trying some of the other GVP products but would absolutely repurchase. My bottle is labeled the following and does not have &quot;Moisture Shampoo&quot; on the label Compare to Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Shampoo with Hawaiian Ginger for normal to dry hair Sally's website has the following in their description - Sulfate and Gluten Free, however, my bottle does not say it is sulfate or gluten free. Which was why I purchased it in the first place but it has worked out well none the less.

Shampoo (Compare to Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Shampoo)
5.0
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5 months ago

Finally found a shampoo I have not tired of and it works well. I really enjoy the scent. I find it scented just enough, it's light and not too strong, and kind of reminds me of cantaloupe a bit. The best part is that the scent is completely different than all the scents I find at the drugstore nowadays which I find sickening. It cleanses well, does not dry out my hair, and does not irritate my scalp. The price is not too bad but I only purchase when there is a sale. The 16oz bottle actually lasts a decent amount of time too. I plan on trying some of the other GVP products but would absolutely repurchase. My bottle is labeled the following and does not have &quot;Moisture Shampoo&quot; on the label Compare to Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Shampoo with Hawaiian Ginger for normal to dry hair Sally's website has the following in their description - Sulfate and Gluten Free, however, my bottle does not say it is sulfate or gluten free. Which was why I purchased it in the first place but it has worked out well none the less.

GVP Conditioning Balm

I have used this product ever since I first heard about it on a curly hair forum. So, I have been using and buying it for years, and I really like it a whole lot! It's thick, which is why, I have no idea why it continues to be packaged in a flip top bottle, that at times takes a lot of arm work to get out. However, I'm willing to keep putting up with such because the product works so well for my hair. It provides lots of slip and is very moisturizing to my hair as well. After, I it out my hair is left feeling silky smooth always. Now, I do own bottles of the old version , and I recently bought a liter of the new version, which has glycerin listed as the last ingredient. My hair isn't glycerin sensitive, as instead it's sensitive to crappy products being used on it instead. Plus, the amount of glycerin in the re-formulated version is such a very minimal amount, which is why, I don't see anything wrong with trying it, because you don't know if it will really work for you or not, if you don't actually try it for ylourself. Also, it most be noted that with the new formulation, there isn't a very vast change in ingredients at all! It is only a very small change, so there should not be a major difference in performance, when most of the ingredients in the original,version are still largely in the new version. And, the smell of the new version is still the same as the old one (that same baby lotion fragranced scent). Plus, the most active ingredients in a product are the first 7. So, if a product doesn't work for you, check out the first 7 ingredients listed within it, and, see which one or ones of those may not work best for your hair. For those individuals that are on the CG Method, the new version of the conditioning balm is still silicone, sulfate, mineral oil, alcohol, and wax free. It still does contain paraben said, however, there is no definitive study out there that 100% proves that parabens cause cancer. Therefore anyone out there that tells you that you need to avoid parabens because they cause cancer.then I would recommend you have them to provide you with factual receipts to prove such, because at this time, there aren't any. I don't exclusively practice the CG method, as I like to buy products without limitations, and just go by whatever happens to work next with my hair. Oh, and for maximum results and the deepest possible penetration of the conditioner into your hair, when deep conditioning with this conditioner or any other one, it is super important that you use heat with it, and at least leave the conditioner in your hair for 30 minutes minimum. Oh, and the liter size is only sold in-store at this time, at it is nit available for purchase off of Sally's website. However, I'm pretty sure that will change in the future.m

GVP Conditioning Balm
5.0
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10 months ago

I have used this product ever since I first heard about it on a curly hair forum. So, I have been using and buying it for years, and I really like it a whole lot! It's thick, which is why, I have no idea why it continues to be packaged in a flip top bottle, that at times takes a lot of arm work to get out. However, I'm willing to keep putting up with such because the product works so well for my hair. It provides lots of slip and is very moisturizing to my hair as well. After, I it out my hair is left feeling silky smooth always. Now, I do own bottles of the old version , and I recently bought a liter of the new version, which has glycerin listed as the last ingredient. My hair isn't glycerin sensitive, as instead it's sensitive to crappy products being used on it instead. Plus, the amount of glycerin in the re-formulated version is such a very minimal amount, which is why, I don't see anything wrong with trying it, because you don't know if it will really work for you or not, if you don't actually try it for ylourself. Also, it most be noted that with the new formulation, there isn't a very vast change in ingredients at all! It is only a very small change, so there should not be a major difference in performance, when most of the ingredients in the original,version are still largely in the new version. And, the smell of the new version is still the same as the old one (that same baby lotion fragranced scent). Plus, the most active ingredients in a product are the first 7. So, if a product doesn't work for you, check out the first 7 ingredients listed within it, and, see which one or ones of those may not work best for your hair. For those individuals that are on the CG Method, the new version of the conditioning balm is still silicone, sulfate, mineral oil, alcohol, and wax free. It still does contain paraben said, however, there is no definitive study out there that 100% proves that parabens cause cancer. Therefore anyone out there that tells you that you need to avoid parabens because they cause cancer.then I would recommend you have them to provide you with factual receipts to prove such, because at this time, there aren't any. I don't exclusively practice the CG method, as I like to buy products without limitations, and just go by whatever happens to work next with my hair. Oh, and for maximum results and the deepest possible penetration of the conditioner into your hair, when deep conditioning with this conditioner or any other one, it is super important that you use heat with it, and at least leave the conditioner in your hair for 30 minutes minimum. Oh, and the liter size is only sold in-store at this time, at it is nit available for purchase off of Sally's website. However, I'm pretty sure that will change in the future.m

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