Nutra–Lift UltraNutrient Shampoo- reviewed and recommended
My regular routine has been a quick shampoo followed with a light conditioner to help tame, but I have skipped the conditioner while trying the Nutra-lift shampoo. Easy to use, I simply applied to wet hair when I first entered the shower and rinsed it out last thing after showering so it could remain on my hair for a few minutes. I liked it from the fist use as it cleaned without stripping and didn’t leave me with an itchy scalp. Even without using a conditioner, my hair didn’t seem as dry as other shampoos have left it, however after a week I did resume using my Agadir Argan Oil Spray Treatment for a bit more hydration and control (review for this hair treatment to follow).
The verdict? After using the UltraNutrient Shampoo for a few weeks, I’ve found it has cleaned gently but thoroughly, helped to moisturize a bit and left the overall condition of my hair better than other shampoos have (although I do still need to use a conditioner at least every other day for my particular hair type). This light, orange citrus fragranced shampoo is gender friendly and the label states good for all hair types, and I would recommend it.
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