For the past few weeks, I have gone back and forth on whether I should have a Brazilian Blowout Treatment done. I have pretty much done everything under the sun at this point. When L’Oreal and Influenster sent me a complimentary kit containing the latest sulphate-free products, I took it as a sign to have the treatment done, as Keratin treatments all require the use of sulphate-free product (in order to help avoid stripping the treatment from your hair).
I have tried the set for a few weeks now and wanted to share my review with you all.
I often find that suplhate-free shampoos don’t leave you with that “clean” feel. This is not the case here, which is great. I apply about four quarter size drops each use and only shampoo twice a week. For optimal results, I have found that it helps to start with the first two drops and then really massage the scalp. I rinse out the product, add the last drop, and then comb out my hair before washing the product out. My hair is super curly and thick, so I find myself using more product. You can add more or use less depending on your hair type. In line with L’Oreal products, the shampoo smells amazing, and it really does keep your hair feeling fresh for several days depending on your activity level. When it comes to beauty products, I firmly believe that more expensive doesn’t mean better. This shampoo is under $10 and can be found at major retailers such as Walgreen’s, Target, and Walmart.
I have often heard that for people with my hair type, and in general, it is actually good to only use conditioner in order to be gentle on the hair and reduce frizziness. This is my hair before I flatiron it.
While I had to get over the mental hump of trying this out, I was actually pleased with the result. Like with the EverPure shampoo, this conditioner gives a thoroughly clean feeling. After I rinse out the Everpure Shampoo, I apply about four to five quarter size drops, comb through, and let it sit for about twenty minutes. The longer you can let it sit, the better. I use my time in the shower to try and decompress, and I love the smell of the conditioner! The steam in the shower really brings out the fragrance, which is super relaxing. If you want to use the conditioner alone, I recommend dividing out the product. Apply the first half, massage the scalp, and rinse. Then apply the second half, comb through, and let it sit. Like the shampoo, it too is under $10.
You can buy both the EverPure Shampoo amd Conditioner for under $20, which is less than the product of one keratin-free equivalent, which I love. Do any of you have a favorite sulphate-free product?? I love to hear your thoughts!
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