L‘OREAL’s EverCreme Intense Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner says it is the first sulfate-free moisture lock system that delivers lush 48-hour hydration without heavy coating waxes.
Well, this is a miracle- the very first time I used L’OREAL’s EverCreme Intense Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner, my hair was transformed from straw to silk. I know this sounds like an ad, but remember; we don’t get any compensation for these reviews- this is just the truth! The secret is in the lack of sulfates which dry and dull hair, especially color-treated hair. My husband was so impressed by my shiny new locks that he’s ready to try it. Who knew something you could buy at the drugstore could be so affordable and fabulous! I’m a fan.
Unlike DSP Connie, I haven’t noticed much of a change in the feel of my hair when I use L’OREAL’s EverCreme Intense Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner, but I have noticed the benefits I get from using a sulfate-free shampoo. While sulfates have not been shown to cause cancer or other health conditions, they can be harsh for sensitive skin, may strip away color and remove natural oils– since I highlight my hair, this is a huge bonus. I am hoping my color will last just a little longer. Also, for those of you who feel you need suds to be convinced your hair is getting clean (which, by the way, is not the case) I had read sulfate-free shampoo won’t lather as much as “regular” shampoo, but found L’Oreal’s brand to have lots of suds!
I have to admit, the only reason I use L’OREAL’s EverCreme Intense Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner is that I recently got a costly Keratin treating on my semi-fro curly humid-prone hair. The stylist told me that if I don’t use a sulfate-free product, the keratin won’t last. I like the product, the price is right and you can buy it at the grocery store: all three imperative for this DSP. I miss the suds that tell me subconsciously that my hair is getting clean, but even I can get over that if it means my hair will look a little less like Annie, and more like Heidi Klum. (in my dreams)
Most days my hair ends up in a ponytail and a baseball hat so I am probably not the best person to be reviewing shampoo and conditioner. However, this fabulously rich shampoo and conditioner made me want to wear my hair down. Not only did it feel and smell super clean, it had great controlled body and shine without me having to do anything more than blow dry it. The bottle brags that it is “sulfate free”. I don’t really know what that means but it sound like it is without something bad for me so that is good, right? I would say this shampoo and conditioner fits for me.
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