Salon Grafix Conditioning Cleanser

Early one Saturday morning I realized I was out of shampoo and conditioner. A frantic trip to Walgreens resulted in picking up Salon Grafix's Conditioning Cleanser in Citrus Creme. It was on sale and I had always wanted to try Wen so I thought it was worth a shot. My hair is naturally curly and usually very dry with highlights and shampoo is not part of my everyday routine because of the dryness.

At first the fact that there is no lather is very strange but the scent was pleasant enough to press forward. Using a pump so many times is also a little odd in the shower and it does not feel like that amount of product will go very far. The results, however, speak for themselves. The conditioning cleanser cleaned both hair and scalp thoroughly leaving no styling product residue. My hair actually felt soft and clean. It was a much better result than "washing" my hair with conditioner alone which never quite seemed to do the trick. I'm really impressed!

My only comments are: The pump bottle is a little more work than I'd like in the shower but it's not a deal breaker considering the product cuts down on shower time overall. Also, the product does say you can use it as a leave-in conditioner but compared to my current favorite (Herbal Essences Totally Twisted Detangler) it's really more effective in the shower than out.

So, if you have dry and or color-treated hair and are looking for a change, I recommend giving it a try. You may never use regular shampoo again.

Aside Note: This is an unsolicited review.



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