Klorane


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3.9

58 products

619 reviews

68% would repurchase

Recent Klorane Reviews

Shampoo -Klorane -Nourishing Treatment Shampoo with Mango Butter

on 12/4/2017 7:25:00 AM

I didn't find this shampoo overly moisturising- i have thick hair. the scent is lovely and i did like the see through bottle but overall I wasn't that impressed with this shampoo + conditioner combo, i wouldn't repurchase as these products are also not cruelty free.



Conditioner -Klorane -Mango Butter Conditioning Balm

on 12/4/2017 7:21:00 AM

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There was no where near enough conditioner to accompany the matching shampoo. I did enjoy the scent and it did leave my hair soft, but i don't think it's worth the price, other cheaper conditioners do the same job. Also not cruelty free so wont repurchase.


Shampoo -Klorane -Shampoo with Desert Date

on 11/19/2017 2:00:00 PM

I am not terribly impressed with this shampoo by Klorane. It's marketed as being very gentle, for dry damaged hair. They tout the desert date as a key ingredient because it has fatty acids and proteins that purport to repair damaged hair. And I will give them this, it's fairly high on the ingredient list. However, you know what is higher? Sodium Laurel Sulfate, which many people with dry hair find stripping and harsh. I'm about halfway through the bottle and since I started using it, my hair has gotten noticeably drier and frizzier. On top of that, I don't think it cleanses very well because I am finding my shampoos don't last as long as they have with other products. A 6.7 oz bottle cost me $15 - and I don't recommend you spend your hard-earned dollars on this at all.


Shampoo -Klorane -Strengthening Shampoo with Quinine & Vitamin B

on 10/31/2017 3:19:00 PM

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Tried this as a sample size, out of which I got two uses. My hair had recently been shedding quite a bit, so I took this on holiday with me and decided to give it a try.

Pros: It definitely reduced hair loss, and, I feel, strengthened my roots. My hair feels a little thicker and much less brittle. So, it does what it says on the tin. It also feels like it fed my curls a little, they were more defined and less frizzy. I feel this result persists a couple of weeks on, even though I've switched back to other shampoos, so it's almost more like a treatment with lasting effects. Also, it's very affordable.

Neutrals: It doesn't particularly foam up, which can make it a little difficult to lather, so you have to use a bit more product than with most shampoos. The smell is also quite neutral, which doesn't bother me at all - I find that's often the case with Klorane products.

Cons: It weighed down my fine curly hair, which lost a bit of its bounce - although that may have been remedied by pinning it up when it dried. My scalp also got greasy quicker when using this shampoo, and I had to wash it a bit more often (say, 3 times a week instead of 2).

All in all I am tempted to buy the full-size product because I *was* impressed with the results, BUT I would not use it as a regular, day-to-day shampoo - rather, I would use it as a treatment when my hair needs it and combine it with another product for regular hair washes.

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Dry Shampoo -Klorane -Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk - Original and Tinted Formulas

on 9/25/2017 9:00:00 PM

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This is the only dry shampoo I have found that doesn’t cause almost immediate and severe irritation to my greasy, sensitive scalp. Now that I know how to use it, I can get an extra day out of my shampoo! *Dry shampoo should be used only when your hair is freshly washed and thoroughly blow-dried. If you spray it into dirty or greasy hair, it clings to the grease and exaggerates it... It should be left on the roots as long as possible before a gentle massage to disperse it and to avoid any white spots. It will make your clean hair full and bouncy and will soak up sweat and oil throughout the day and more importantly (esp if you are menopausal or perimenopausal) overnight. I can’t believe nobody told me this before!!!

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