CREAMFoam Technology. This sure caught my attention.
Before I tried this shampoo, I already finished a lot of bottles of the old variant — Strengthening Shampoo and Body Wash. I love the original version but I was always on the lookout for a foamy shampoo because E preferred something more sudsy.
When I discovered that a CREAMFoam version was released, I bought one as soon as I finished the old bottle..
The shampoo is packaged in an opaque bottle as seen in the photo. It smelled somehow citrusy but I can’t quite describe how it smells like exactly. The consistency is similar to ‘normal’ shampoos but a bit less thick. Honestly, I don’t think it lathers any more significantly than the original shampoo.
I finished the 200ml size priced at Php 139.75.
Same as the old formula, this gives a squeaky clean feel. If you’re used to most commercial shampoos, you might find the squeakiness a bit scary. But once your hair dries, it becomes smooth, shiny, and easy to de-tangle.
I was really loving it for the first 3 weeks. After that, my hair got so dry. I wasn’t sure if it was because of this shampoo or because I did a DIY Ombre Hair Color a week BEFORE I switched. It could also be because of some other reason like stress or hormonal change.
To remedy the situation, I put HHN Sunflower Oil on the tips of my hair after I shower. When I know I won’t have time to do that, I will use only half a dollop of shampoo and dilute it with water before massaging it on my scalp. Otherwise, my hair will become very dry. If there’s one thing that helped me get through the whole bottle — it’s the fact that this cleans hair really well.
There were times that I used it as a makeup brush cleanser and it did ok.
- Buy the 50 ml. sample size because this has mixed reviews. Some reported breaking out from it. Fortunately, I didn’t.
- Don’t be quick to throw away products in the trash, even if they’re cheap.
- See the footer for information on my hair stats.