So today I thought I would start reviwing some shampoo and conditioners that I’ve been using recently . Now I’ll get this out of the way , theres alot of talk on the internet and in hair groups about which ones are good and which ones aren’t . No sulfates , no silicones ect . I’ll admit I’m not always one to follow these rules and will just get the shampoo that smells the best to me but, I do try use products that don’t strip my hair color out too much. Also my current hair care regime is to shampoo only a few times a week . Maybe two or three and usually either just rinse or use conditioner. I didn’t always do this even with my other bright colors . But with the pink I’m really trying to keep it bright . My dark roots are coming in again so I try to just shampoo those and leave the pink hair alone . So my hair care routine may not work the best for others . But anyway on to the review .
Before I found this brand I was using another Whole Blends Coconut milk shampoo . That one has been discontinued though. It smelled pretty good but it did have some silicone fillers in it , which is probably not the best if you have issues with buildup in your hair . The new Coconut Water and Aloe shampoo and conditioner are both totally silicone free though. Although the shampoo does have some sulphates ( salts ) in it . I don’t mind to much as I only use a tiny bit to shampoo my hair and I feel it cleans it better than a few of the non-sulfate shampoo that I’ve used in the past . Both smell very good , like coconuts , and only really a hint of the aloe . The Shampoo itself has a good lather , and seems to clean my hair with out leaving my hair dry. The conditioner is not overly oily , but still keeps my hair soft . It didn’t leave a film on my hair which I’ve had problems with other conditioners in the past . And it smelled great.
Overall I do like this set together . I’ve tried out a few of the other shampoos and conditioners from the Whole Blends line . I’ll try to post these up this week . Also keep in my fiancée uses these as well and his hair is long and a different texture than mine . So we tend to rotate products too . Also I feel like everyone’s hair and texture is different so what one person uses may have a different effect on someone else . I would recommend this shampoo to someone with slightly thicker long hair . If you have dyed hair I would reccomend only using a small amount of the shampoo to preserve your color . I can’t really speak to the curly haired people but it may work , but if you noticed dryness I would get something a bit more hydrating . For the price and convenience though this a pretty solid shampoo and conditioner set, and its silicone free .