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Asda Jojoba Shampoo

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Brand: Asda / Type: Hair Shampoo

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      23.02.2010 03:27
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      An ok choice!

      When it comes to shampoos usually I'm a brand snob to be perfectly honest with you! However the other day, in my friends bathroom (I'm staying at hers at the moment) I had gone to use my usual shampoo and spotted this bottle a quarter full. Hating stuff not being used up and dregs hanging about in cheap bottles cluttering the place up I decided to give it a go and try to get rid of it lol!

      The Packaging:

      750ml frosted white but still see through plastic bottle with a clear flip-top lid to the top of it concealing a small hole. On the front of the bottle I'm told in white and light pink writing that it is Asda 'Essential Care' Jojoba Shampoo and that it is for dry/damaged hair and that it gently cleanses and that it is suitable for all hair types. On the back of the bottle I'm told a little about the product, I'm told how to use it, warnings and ingredients are listed, the size is stated and contact details are given for Asda. Like I said earlier though I got fed up of looking at that bottle and didn't like it's cheapo look at all though I did appreciate being able to see how much shampoo was in it and to be fair to it, it is informative enough and easy to get the product out of etc.

      A Bit About The Product According To The Information Given on The Back Of The Bottle:

      Gently cleanses
      Leaves hair feeling soft, shiny and manageable
      Suitable for all the family.

      Me Using It:

      Well all you do to use this of course is to use it as you would do any other shampoo! Wet hair and lather on a pea sized amount of the floral smelling, light pink but transparent liquid through the hair and then rinse it thoroughly and rinse and repeat if desired.

      The feel of this shampoo when I poured some onto my fingers was cheap. It's a very runny gel however I did love the smell of it! Very floral with a creamy undertone to it, it;s nicely sweet and fresh, suitable for anyone to use though as it simply leaves a fresh smell on the hair when rinsed out and hair is dry and it lathers up with ease, using a very small amount indeed....so economical this really is.

      It rinsed out easily and then I repeated the process and then I personally conditioned my hair out of habit!

      Hair was left not only feeling clean but looking it. I did of course use conditioner on my hair (as I have just stated) but before doing so I did feel my hair was left smooth, wasn't one bit knotty and like I say it felt clean and my hair didn't feel dried out or greasy at all.

      Verdict:

      An everyday shampoo that doe's it's job and well to be fair to it. Smell wise I love it and it didn't leave my hair begging for conditioner though I did of course use it after as I always do!

      A good buy at a pound a bottle!

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