Friday, 7 February 2014

REVIEW: Klorane Shampoo with Nettle

Klorane Shampoo with Nettle*
I have a major case of the oily scalp and always have, you learn to live with it and make sure you always have dry shampoo readily available but sometimes it's nice to be able to prolong the life of your last hair wash particularly when you're spending time away from home and don't fancy lugging your hairdryer, shampoo, conditioner and various lotions and potions with you.

Thankfully I seem to have found the product that really helps and it's a shampoo made with nettles; I have used a few products from Klorane before (their Mango conditioner (Link) & dry shampoo (Link) are both excellent) and the shampoo for oily hair didn't let me down. It smells like pouring a mojito over your hair (it's a good thing) which is so refreshing in the shower as i'm so used to using sickly smelling things and being more of a savoury person this is a lovely change. Of course smelling like a cocktail isn't the only thing I like about the nettle shampoo, it cleanses the hair without drying it out in the slightest which is surprising for a product designed for oily scalps.

Once you're out of the shower and you take your hair out of your towel you scalp feels really cool (I'm talking temperature) which is a very strange sensation that I've never experienced from a shampoo which I'm attributing to the nettles, the main effect this has on my hair and scalp is that it prolongs the time between washes, without dry shampoo I could wash my hair at night and by the next morning it would look limp and slightly oily cue the spritzing of dry shampoo, with the Klorane shampoo I can wash my hair at night and not need any dry shampoo until the next evening which means I can have two days of my hair down and one day in a bun so instead of washing my hair every other day I can wash it every three days.

At £5.10 (Link, On offer usually £6.00) from Escentual.com this is going to remain in my staple hair care for a long time to come as it is incredibly effective and doesn't break the bank.

How do you keep your oily scalp's at bay?

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