Hi guys, welcome back to my blog. As I was shopping for the Tresemme Botanique Conditioner, I picked up the Tresemme Botanique Nourish & Restore Shampoo to try out. Since I love the conditioner, I wanted to see how well the shampoo will perform. Today, I will be reviewing “TRESEMME NOURISH & RESTORE SHAMPOO WITH COCONUT MILK & ALOE VERA”. To find out how I feel about it, keep reading.
TRESEMME Claim: the specially crafted formulas include our rich botanical blend of coconut milk and aloe vera. The system gently cleansed while soothing and nourishing hair to leave it feeling moisturised and beautifully soft. No dyes. Silicone free. Safe for colour treated hair.
Ingredients: The main ingredients are water, coconut milk, aloe vera, coconut oil and Glycerine which are all very conditioning and moisturising to hair and scalp
How to use
- Packaging: the shampoo is packed in a silky green cylindrical bottle with flip-flop lid which makes it easy to hold in the shower without it slipping away.
- Consistency: clear, gel-like fluid that turns milky when massaged. It doesn’t lather much when applied to wet hair, it forms sort of a milky lather, probably because it contains coconut milk.
- Scent: it has a fresh and coconutty scent
- The shampoo like the conditioner has two great ingredients; coconut milk and aloe vera which are good for treating dandruff and dry scalp. It felt cool and tingly when applied to the scalp, giving a clean scalp feel. It left my hair squeaky clean without stripping it of its moisture.
Verdict: I love this shampoo, from its scent, how my scalp felt, to how it cleanse my hair. I am giving it a score of 4.5/5 just because it doesn’t lather well, making detangling with it a bit difficult but that is ok since I would normally follow up with a conditioner or deep conditioner.
Tresemme Botanique Conditioner Review: http://bit.ly/2jB8zAG
Shea Moisture JBCO Shampoo Review: http://bit.ly/2kcA030
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