Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Natural Shampoo to The Rescue

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The overall quality of shampoo that I use really makes or breaks (literally) my hair. Like the seasons, my hair also changes and what worked for me in the Spring will definitely not work for me in the Summer. The forever changing system I am on can become frustrating and expensive.When I find a shampoo and conditioner set that works for me, I tend to stick with it as long as I can. However, if the products change in formula or are discontinued, I have to start my trial and error process all over again.  PriMiracle Restorative Moisturizing Shampoo is my new go-to Summer shampoo.

Trying out different hairstyles and testing out a variety of products cause so much stress damage to my hair. So, to bypass all of breakage, unevenness, and utter hairstyle failures I bought a mannequin with real human hair (similar thickness & texture of my own) to practice just about anything and everything on. Since this mannequin does have real human hair, it must be taken care of the same way I would mine. Depending on what styles I am practicing or what products I am testing, I try to wash her hair once every month/ month-and-a-half.  She was do for a wash and this was the perfect time to test out PriMiracle Restorative Moisturizing Shampoo.


To help minimize breakage and excessive shedding I wash her hair and cold water (as I would for myself).  The look and consistency of PriMiracle Restorative Moisturizing Shampoo is similar to that of heated glaze frosting. It may not look like much when it is in your hair. but once you start to work it in the magic happens. I was extremely surprised about the lather that this shampoo produced because it is suppose to be sulfate free. Sulfates cause the foaming action in mass majority of shampoos. Sodium Methyl 2-Sulfolaurate/Disodium really peaked my interest because sulfolaurate looks like a fancy way to say sulfate. However, Sodium Methyl 2-Sulfolaurate/Disodium are both derived from coconut oil and have a next to none chemical harshness level (If you know more about both of these ingredients, let's chat in the comments below).

You will get great cleaning coverage while using this shampoo. Also, the slippage is amazing. Slippage allows you to detangle your hair without excessive tugging and knotting.  The scent of this shampoo is very powerful. If you like the scent of rosemary and peppermint it will be total fine for you. But if you do not like this combo of scents, you will have to deal with it for an hour or two before it dissipates. During the washing process the hair began to soft and feel more hydrated.



The after blow drying results were amazing. The hair look and felt revitalized. There was a beautiful natural shine to it (thanks to the argan oil) and the aloe vera really helped smooth the hair out natural. I did not add any extra oil of moisturizer to her after I finished blow drying it. The peppermint oil and rosemary oil really helped to combat dryness & prior damage.  I know for a fact that PriMiracle Restorative Moisturizing Shampoo will work perfectly for my hair.



PriMiracle Restorative Moisturizing Shampoo is cruelty free and vegan. The ingredient list is mainly in scientific terminology, so you will need to get a dictionary to figure out what they are in layman's term. Directions on how to use this shampoo for the best results are also listed on the back of the bottle. Give PriMiracle Restorative Moisturizing Shampoo a try and tell me what you think!


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