In yesterdays post I talked about the Herbal Essences Clearly Naked Volume shampoo and today I’ll review it. Because the post I showed it in was about products I would repurchase, this will of course be a very positive review, but that doesn’t make it less interesting does it?
The shampoo is clear and comes in a clear tube. I like that because it goes really well with the idea of a “clearly naked” shampoo. On the front it says some basic things about the shampoo like the name, that it’s a volume shampoo and what the main ingredient’s are, which are grapefruit and mintextracts.
The shampoo has the usual Herbal Essences opening, which you upen by pushing on on side, which makes the other side come up. I like the look of it, and the fact that it’s very durable. It doesn’t break when you let it fall, like most lids/openings do.
These are the ingrediënts. Perfume is quite high on the list, which means that there’s in comparison to the ingrediënts on the bottom of the list quite a lot of it in this product. I don’t really like that about it. If you make a shampoo and claim it to be “clearly naked”, free of bad ingrediënts then don’t put in a shitload of perfume.
But if you look past the amount of perfume in this shampoo, it’s a great product. It’s quite rare that these basic drugstore brands come with a silicone free shampoo. I really love that they did that because I now have two shampoo’s I really like. The conditioners and other versions of this shampoo aren’t available yet in the drugstores near my house, but hopefully they will be, ’cause I would really like to try out more products from this collection.
All together I’m very impressed by this shampoo. My hair doesn’t feel greasy at all, and it keeps my hair non-greasy throughout the entire day, which is a difficult job for some shampoos! I would really recommend this for everyone that has problems with greasy hair, very thin hair or unvoluminous hair.
The Herbal Essences Clearly Naked Volume Shampoo costs €2,99 and is available at almost every drugstore.