Thursday, February 4, 2010

Skin Hour Dandruff-Free Shampoo

I know I've just reviewed a hair care product yesterday. I can't help it! I'm into hair care lately. I just suddenly had this concern for my hair. One product that I just had recently is the Skin Hour Dandruff-Free Shampoo.


I got this product because I need a new dandruff care shampoo. I have always been a Head and Shoulder babe. It works wonder on my itchy scalp. But one day it just lost its power against my stubborn scalp :( My hair has this ability to get immune to a product that I have to change it once in a while. Anyways, I got this product from a bazaar last December. I already did finished the whole bottle. So did I like it?

Skin Hour is an organic, herbal and natural line of personal care and spa products that contain no unnecessary additives, preservatives, harmful chemicals and paraben. This is my first time to try on an organic hair product and since this does not contain any SLS, don't expect for a foamy shampoo. This is my problem though because I have to pour a lot of the product in order to feel my hair was shampooed well. I can't use this alone for it makes my hair really dry :( I need a good conditioner when I used this. I usually used this on a weekly basis or twice a week then use a deep moisturizing conditioner after. The good thing about this product is that it helps in relieving itchiness in my scalp.

My say:

Performance: 4/5 stars
Package: 3.5/5 stars
Price: 3/5 stars

It is a good dandruff shampoo. The packaging wasn't that appealing to me. It has this weird object inside the shampoo. I don't know what it is. This cost Php230 for a 150 ml bottle.  It is quite expensive for me. But then it works fine in soothing my scalp. 
Will I buy it again? Not now, I just bought a new scalp care shampoo which is Elianto. Probably when I get some of their other products.

Take care guys :)


HaNNa_HuLLaBaLoo said...

Hey girl!

Ahh the same goes for my hair. It's so limp, I wish I could just shave it off! >_<

Anyway, about the shampoo going immune issue, a friend once told me that u should change to a new shampoo after three months. Or say, if u have 2 products that work equally great, just alternate both Shampoo A and B every 3 months. Hope that helps, good luck!

ayn said...

thanks for the great idea... been doing that lately :)