Mar 6, 2013

Cleansing Conditioner

You ever read about other people's hair care routines and just think - how do they do that? Like you'll see a girl with gorgeous long hair, ask her what her secret is, and I bet she will tell you that she almost never shampoos her hair! Sounds gross right? 

So, if you want gorgeous, healthy locks - don't clean your hair. 

Ok, understood. But what about us girls that feel like complete grease monkeys if we skip one day of shampooing? Or how about when our hair is soaked in sweat after our daily gym trip? How can you NOT use shampoo?

I have found the solution!


Cleansing conditioner is a totally new (and brilliant) concept to me! It rids your hair of grease, dirt, and sweat, without (technically) shampooing it! And it conditions. 


I have been using this for the past week and thanks to this miracle product I've only had to shampoo my hair TWICE. My hair doesn't feel greasy or dirty at all, it smells glorious, it dries soft and manageable, and it has shortened my showering routine!

There are many other brands of cleansing conditioner but I love L'Oreal's sulfate free line of shampoos and conditioners already, so I thought, why not give this cleansing conditioner a try! Plus, the price can't be beat (under six bucks!!).

Have you ever tried a cleansing conditioner?

7 comments:

  1. I definitely need to try this - my hair gets so greasy so fast!

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  2. That's awesome! These have been getting SO popular!


    I actually use Burt's Bees "Yes To Carrots" shampoo & conditioner. It's paraben, acid, and alcohol free and leaves my hair BEAUTIFUL! (We also use chemical free soap.)


    Sarah
    www.thinfluenced.com

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  3. Cori @olivetorun.comMarch 6, 2013 at 12:19 PM

    First time to your blog and I felt the need to say, I love your name. :)


    Cori (with an i)

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  4. Ahhhh! A fellow girl Cori/Corey -- woo woo!!! Welcome to the blog :)

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  5. Yes I love all the natural ingredient shampoos/etc - so much less harsh!

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  6. Oh yeahhh gurrrrrl

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  7. I've tried a whole bunch of L'oreal products and ao far they have been ok, though I haven't seen much of a difference. But I guess it depends on hair type as well.


    www.bisousnatasha.com

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