You already know that I am not a fan of sodium laureth sulfate. So when sulfate-free shampoos started hitting the shelves I was all for it. When I recently started my healthy hair journey and went on to buy new hair products this was one of the shampoos I read about first in forums so I decided to try it.
Here’s what it promises
Creme of Nature with Argan Oil Sulfate-Free Moisture & Shine Shampoo infuses Argan Oil from Morocco to nourish, protect and moisturize the hair. This sulfate-free formula helps detangle, soften and boost Exotic Shine.
Creme of Nature with Argan Oil from Morocco is a revolutionary line of nutrient-enriched shine products that provides Exotic Shine, nourishment & protection to the hair. With an exotic new fragrance and vibrant Moroccan-themed packaging, the products combine the healing properties of Argan Oil from Morocco with advanced formulas that give unparalleled performance. Creme of Nature with Argan Oil Moisture & Shine Shampoo is a sulfate-free formula that hydrates the hair and adds exotic shine, while gently cleansing without harsh moisture stripping agents. It strengthens hair while optimizing the moisture balance of the hair and scalp.
This product is quite inexpensive at around 9$ for a little under 600 ml.
It smells pretty good in my opinion and has a a thick and creamy consistency. It coats the hair easily and lathers quickly. It does not lather as much as the sulfate shampoos I had used before but it lathered enough for me to feel like I was washing my hair efficiently. While I was washing it almost felt like I was using a conditioner, it added slip to my hair and made the experience quite pleasant. After rinsing, my hair did not feel dry, it actually seems to moisturize my hair.
If I wasn’t always curious to try new products I would definitely stick to this formula. And if you’re not a product junkie like me then, I definitely recommend this one…I feel like it’s a keeper! Plus it’s cheap!
I am looking forward to trying other products from this line.
Let me know what are your thoughts on this!