nice review! i just bought the spray thing! it smells soooo good and works fabulous!!!
Wow never heard of an exfoliant for your hair! I shall keep my eye out for this! Great review! xx
This could potentially be a dumb question…. and I’m too lazy to go investigate, but does this product do anything to help with split ends? Does it prevent them, or maybe get rid of them? I’ve never seen or heard of a product like this, but if it can help mend the damage to the hair shaft, it makes sense that it could help with split ends to me…..
Unfortunately there is no product in existence that will mend split ends. Once the hair is split, the only thing you can do is cut them off. Otherwise it will just keep splitting up the hair shaft.
There are plenty of great products out there that will strengthen or moisturizer the hair to help prevent split ends. Getting regular trims really helps. Even if you’re only taking off the tips. But if you don’t get all the split ends off they will keep splitting as I said above. Also not using heat, or too much heat on your hair helps a lot. And when you color (if you color) there are ways that help to prevent damage as well.
Thanks a lot for the tips :) I suppose I was just hopeful lol.
So you would use this as a conditioner? Or instead of your normal conditioner?
Is it for the hair only or for scalp and hair?
You said it left your hair silky and soft when you rinsed it. How did your hair feel once you blow dried and styled it?
Do you think it has the potential to strip color or make it fade faster than it normally would? I know they claim it’s not supposed to, but I was wondering your feelings on this.
Framesi has a shampoo that does this for the scalp and hair. Unfortunately they’re super expensive. I haven’t tried it yet, but I’ve been wanting to.
i used a conditioner after using this. it’s for the hair. after drying/styling my hair still feels very soft and manegable. the main reason products can strip hair is if they have sulfates in them, and since this does not it shouldn’t make hair color fade any faster than it would when using other color safe products
I’ve really been wanting to try this one!
Wow, I definitely want to try this!
I wonder how this would be for those of us that live in super dry climates and constantly have issues with dry scalp? I will have to go and grab a sample and see how it is…
I have SUPER fine, straight hair that gets oily by the end of the day.
Do you think this would make it too soft/moisturized to the point of being super oily?
I know it’s kind of hard to give a 100% answer,
but your opinion? :)
Whoa I never heard of a hair exfoliant! This is really unique, I must try!!
Sounds cool! I’ve never really heard of a hair/head exfoliator!
I think I would want to try something like this to exfoliate my scalp. I just had a scalp exfoliation/hair mask done at a spa/salon this weekend and I really enjoyed it. The product they used was gritty but they didn’t spread it through my hair.
I have oily skin that leads to an oily scalp and I hope something like this can help during the summer months when I get a lot of build-up because I’m sweating on top of that.
The Body Shop used to have a hair mask in their Henna line (probably 8 years ago), and it had a little bit of a grit in it but not so much like sand. It was just a grainy sort of texture, but I don’t think the purpose was exfoliating the hair. It restored moisture to the hair, I think.
This product sounds nice, and I’ve smelled the Redken sea spray (not sure of the exact name) in this line, and it smells fantastic, so I’m sure this one will smell nice, too!
Great post! My stylist at my local Ulta salon gave me samples of this after using it on my hair. It really works well on my especially oily, unruly hair and I’d recommend it to others in a heartbeat. Can’t wait to try more of this line.
Have you tried Lush’s Big shampoo? Is it something similar to that? Because the shampoo has salt in it, and I imagine the texture might be similar.
Wow! I am REALLY curious about this. I wonder how long it will take for other companies to jump on the hair exfoliating bandwagon.