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How Is Wella Professionals Enrich Moisturizing Shampoo For Dry & Damaged Hair
Hello beautiful ladies,
Damaged and dry hair is not anything unheard or uncommon. We take care of our hair, give them treatments, use various masks but sometimes nothing seem to work. Why so??
That’s because you are doing everything right but still are negligent about the shampoo and conditioners that you use. Using the right shampoo really does a lot in improving or damaging your hair condition, so always ensure that you are using the right shampoo and conditioner according to your hair type.
Wella is one such brand that offers a wide range of hair care products catering to various hair types and their needs. I actually love Wella, because they suit me really well. Dry and Damaged hair is the biggest concern, and well has a range called “ENRICH” for such hair types.
Today I shall talk about Wella Professionals Enrich Moisturizing Shampoo and how it is for dry and damaged hair. The shampoo is already being reviewed; you can check it out here.
About Wella Enrich Moisturizing Shampoo:
Enrich Shampoo is an exclusive formulation that works to smooth and control unruly hair, and improve compatibility. This shampoo is perfect for smoothing away tangles, and will leave your hair soft, smooth and shiny. This formulation contains ingredients such as Avocado Oil, Zein and Cashmere extracts to smooth the cuticle leaving hair silky and with an intense shine.
Ingredients: Aqua, Sodium lauryl sulfate, Sodium laureth sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, glycol distearate, dimethicone, sodium citrate, cocamide MEA, sodium xylenesulfonate, parfum, sodium chloride, panthenol, sodium benzoate, citric acid, creatine, guar hydroxyl propyl trimonium chloride, salicylic acid, glycerin, tetrasodium EDTA, methylparaben, linalool, benzyl alcohol, butylphenyl , methyl propional, hydro chloric acid, hydroxyisohexyl 3-cyclohexene carboxaldehyde, limonene, hydrolyzed silk, magnesium nitrate, propylene glycol, methylchloroisothiazolinone, astragalus gummifer gum, magnesium chloride, methylisothiszolinone.
Price: INR 475
Net Wt: 250 ml
Packaging: The shampoo comes in a sleek orange colored plastic bottle which has a flip open cap. The packaging is nice and I like the sleek body.
Texture: The shampoo has a runny texture, which is still easy to manage. It lathers up decently too, nothing over or nothing less.
Fragrance: It has pleasant fragrance, which lingers on for a while and is not over powering, so sensitive noses too will be comfortable using this shampoo.
How Is Wella Professionals Enrich Moisturizing Shampoo For Dry & Damaged Hair?
This is not a review; it is just a talk about how this shampoo performs. The shampoo has received mixed reactions. People who like it rave about it whole heartedly and love it crazily and, people who do not like it consider it as a dud or under rate it.
Well as I already mentioned above that using the right shampoo is what that makes the difference. It is not the people who have different opinions; it is actually people with different hair types.
This shampoo is a moisturizing shampoo meant exclusively for dry and damaged hair. I have dry hair, which is not very damaged now… Touchwood!!!
I have used this shampoo and have all good things to say about this. It takes care of my dry hair well and does not rip off extra moisture or dry out my hair. My hair feels very soft and smooth to touch post its usage and feels moisturized too. But not as moisturized that I can skip a conditioner, I actually never skip a conditioner or conditioning mask post hair washes.
I have noticed that my hair are not getting damaged as well. I know how prone to split ends my hair were, but since they are not dry, the split ends are at bay.
I totally love this shampoo and would suggest it to people with dry and damaged hair, but just in case if you have oily scalp or limp hair, I would suggest you to skip it in this case, since it can be over moisturizing for hair.
Have you tried Wella Professionals Enrich Moisturizing Shampoo?
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