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23 October 2013

L'Oreal Paris Hair Expertise EverStrong No Sulphates Shampoo & Conditioner Review

I'm not too sure about the whole 'No sulphates' selling point of the new Hair Expertise range from L'Oreal. I think its slightly misleading as these products do contain cleansing surfactants which serve the same purpose as sulphates, all be it in a milder form. However, i have to say that when judged as an affordable haircare line from the high street/drug store, i have been really impressed with the products i have been using from the range.
The addition of botanical oils make these products really invigorating to use and leave your hair smelling incredible, I love anything with mint so the rosemary and mint conditioner is a particular favourite of mine. 
I have been trying out the EverStrong shampoo & conditioner which is formulated for fragile, brittle hair and is said to 'respect and reinforce' the hair.
On first use i was really surprised at how well the shampoo lathered up (considering the 'No Sulphates' line) but on closer inspection of the ingredients list i realised that this was down to the aforementioned content of surfactants, so if you are looking for a truly natural range this might not be for you. I have to say though that if the ingredients list isn't  your main focus, in terms of how these products leave your hair i would highly recommend them. The omission of sodium laurel sulphate (the main culprit for stripping and drying the hair out) does seem to make a difference and my weak, colour-damaged hair looks and feels much more resilient after using these consistently for a couple of weeks. They leave my hair feeling incredibly clean and soft without being stripped and i have noticed a lot less breakage. I haven't used any of the intensive conditioning treatments from the range yet but i will definitely be picking one up when i repurchase these. 
Most of the products in the range are between £5-7 but as always if you're in the UK, keep an eye out for 3 for 2 offers in Boots 
Have you tired any of the Hair Expertise range? Does it appeal to you?


2 comments:

  1. I've just bought the pinky coloured ones after using the bronze ones. I think they're really good for a high street shampoo :) and they smell so good! I haven't tried this version yet but they're definitely on my list for when I've finished my current ones. Just followed you on bloglovin too! Good luck reaching your 300 target!xxx

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  2. I've not tried this range yet but I really want to. So many people are posting reviews about it! I like the sound of these two xx

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