Happy Friday! I'm actually really excited to be sharing this with you which might be lame but I need to rave about this. I didn't know I would even try a clarifying shampoo but when a few starting popping up on blogs and magazines I read than I got curious and thought that is exactly what my hair needed. Of course the Bumble and Bumble Sunday Shampoo was the first but since it isn't available locally I manage to find an alternative. So when I was in my local beauty store which you have to drag me out of I saw this brand and was so interested. They are all natural and I knew my hair needed that because it was so tired of the chemicals and being abused. I picked up a shampoo and conditioner set and than this. I actually think I did a haul on the stuff I bought back than so I can add that here if you'd like a read.
It is amazing and at first when I first tried it I had no idea what I was doing. I put it in my hair and it wouldn't foam up or do anything so I rinsed it out after massaging it in. The next day I swore my hair got blonder and it was smooth. I didn't know if I should use it ever again but that is what is lovely with reading blogs and searching online and found out that since it was a natural clarifying shampoo it doesn't foam up like a regular shampoo. I think I was just seeing my hair in different lighting so it does not lighten your hair like I thought. So if you are looking into this review than I hope I helped because stuff I read online really helped me.
That was my initial reaction and since then I have learned and learned to love this. It does strip your hair off oils and build up and find it to be extra squeaky clean afterwards. I usually follow it up with a hair mask that is from the same brand and natural as well and they seem to compliment each other. I've been using it for quite sometime now and have no complaints. You get use to the scent and I wouldn't say it was bad but it isn't like those nice fragrant shampoos and if you use this than you kind of miss them. It has a lime scent I would say but I thin it is just this fresh sort of strong scent. To be honest I don't know how to describe scents all that well but it isn't terrible and very chemically and you get used to it. It is a good thing I have a vanilla shampoo and conditioner set I use as well to get my nice smelling hair. I use this maybe once a week or more depending on what I did but not more than twice as it really can stripe your hair and it isn't nice. The nice thing is it doesn't leave my hair dry as I thought it would.
I really like this and since it being the first one I tried I can't compare it to anything else but so far it is my favorite. I have it in a travel size but they offer bigger bottles as well. This is actually my second bottle of this size so I say it is pretty good and it lasted quite good for its small size. I think that was all my thoughts on it and a review of the Human Nature Clarifying Shampoo. I hope I covered everything but if you have any other question I'd be happy to answer them in the comments.
I hope you liked seeing a hair related post for once. I really enjoyed writing this and finally letting my thoughts out about this and why I love it so much. Maybe this is why I started writing a blog just so I can share with you what I am loving and don't get annoying stares from my family. Let me know if you'd like to see more hair care blog posts or just hair posts in general. I have seen I don't do much and I'd love to review more hair products or doing a hair care routine or even some hair tutorials. Hope you liked this and let me know which clarifying shampoo you recommend and if there are any sulfate and natural ones out there that I need to try.
What is your go to clarifying shampoo?