“ Brand: H20 / Type: Body Lotion / Subcategory: Hair Shampoo „
I'm not loyal to any hair product and will buy any that takes my fancy, depending on price and on the scent I'm not fussy. I like to buy online as I live rural and often browse various sites for my beauty products. I found this on galaxyperfume.co.uk whilst looking at beauty products and bought it for £11.58 for a 250ml bottle.
I bought it as I liked the idea of the scents of fresh mint, jasmine, rose and lily of the valley combination and I wasn't disappointed when it arrived as this has the most beautiful scent you can imagine. It is subtle and lasts for a long time after you have washed your hair. I love the scent and like the way it lingers after drying your hair.
It makes me feel it's a worth while price to pay as it was a little expensive and bought on a whim.
The bottle is a thick plastic and can be recycled after it is empty and the shampoo is a nice thick consistancy but not too thick that it won't come out of the bottle but you only need a little as it lathers up quite well and quickly. It has lasted me three weeks so far washing my hair every other day and is half empty so thats good value in my book.
It cleans the hair really welll and leaves it feeling fresh and light and bouncy. The condition of the hair once washed and dried feels smooth and I don't have to wash my hair the day after due to it being greasy again as some shampoo's leave a coating on the hair that makes it greasy the day after, this one strips the hair of dirt and grease and leaves it light and smooth. I also don't have to use a conditioner with this as the hair isn't tangled after useing it.
I like the feel of the hair after it has been washed and dried.
It can be used daily without damage to the hair and the scent is lovely, when I am feeling like a pamper day I will be buying this again, as I like the results it gives and love the lingering scent it has.
Definately now a favourite of mine.
While holidaying at Walt Disney World in Florida, I stayed at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge Resort (I've wrote a Dooyoo review if your interested). As hotels do, they always leave you little toiletries in the bathroom and the H20 Aquatics range is what is being left around the Disney Resort Hotels. Exactly the same bottle as pictured, but with some added Disney magic.
I will admit, I am not one for using hotel toiletries and prefer to bring my own but when I opened them up to have a little sniff, I was intrigued. It smelt so lovely so I thought there was no harm in trying it. The little 37ml bottle was made of a hard plastic so it was not the easiest shampoo to get out, but once I did, all was well. I had, at the time, just below shoulder length hair and it is quite thick so I was overly generous with the shampoo first time around. Turns out, a little seems to go quite a long way with this product and it lathered up quickly and wonderfully. It was not thick and overly creamy so washed out easily - which is what you want, especially when rushing out for another day at the parks. I followed it with the partnering conditioner. I used it after swimming too and it washed the chlorine out with ease.
After drying my hair, I noticed it felt very soft and a little lighter. It had a lovely, lingering clean feeling and smell. By nature, my hair goes greasy very quickly but after using this shampoo for just those two weeks I noticed a dramatic difference. It did seem to dry my hair out slightly but without making it look dull and lifeless. I could not complain. It is fortified with provitimin B that helps to repair damaged hair, another bonus when you are standing under the Florida sunshine for two weeks. The aloe vera gives it a lovely fragrance that is not over powering and very pleasant.
Each 37ml bottle lasted just under a week but that was with excessive washing, more than would be necessary at home. Larger bottles where available in the gift shop and at some shops in the Downtown Disney area. A few definatly came home with me! It is probably one of the loveliest shampoos I have used; it is just a shame I have to cross the Atlantic to stock up!