Asda Smart Price Shampoo Reviews
Product Type: Asda hair care products
Newest Review: ... how cheap it was, either. The packaging of this shampoo is ever so plain and Asda have made no effort at all to dress it ... more
Customer Asda Smart Price Shampoo Reviews (13)
by - written on 05/12/06 (Very useful, 762 readings)
BACKGROUND What with having two children and moving to a bigger house, we have been trying to economise on the grocery shopping. The shampoo that we were using was a little bit expensive, so I decided to try and find a cheaper one to use. PRODUCT The shampoo I decided to buy from my local Asda store is from their ‘Smart Price’ range. It only cost me 29p for a one litre bottle. I thought that this sounded like a really good deal as I normally pay about £1.50 for my regular shampoo, which was only a 500ml bottle. PACKAGING The packaging is typical of the ‘Smart Price’ range, using the red and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/10 (Very useful, 176 readings)
I have recently tried out the Asda smart price brand of shampoo and this is my review of the product. I am not normally an 'Asda' shopper as I usually do my shopping in my local Tesco supermarket as it is nearer my house and I acutally did not buy this shampoo but my daughter gave me the bottle as she had a spare couple of bottles in her cupboard so she asked me if I wanted this shampoo to try out. I never look a gift horse in the mouth and so I took it home with me. As I said I did not pay any money for the shampoo but my daughter thought that she paid around 30 or 40 pence for the bottle which I think is a great price for a bottle of shampoo. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/10 (Very useful, 172 readings)
On a recent visit to Asda I was on the look out for some cheaper shampoo products to try since I am on a low budget at the moment as people who read my reviews regular will know I have a sick cat at the moment and so saving money where I can is helpful to me at the moment and I came across this hair shampoo from the lower priced products from the store and thought I would give it a try to see if I liked it. It comes in a basic white plastic bottle with just a label on the front with the name on it and it has a screw off top, and inside it is a thick pearly peach colour liquid, which is a good quality, it is not at all runny as I imagined it would be, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I bought this shampoo since it was 12p currently 20p in my local asda. I always swop and change shampoos as my hair after a while gets use to the shampoo and they become less effective at cleaning, even the bottles that say this doesn't happen. I have recently finished a bottle of branded shampoo and had a bottle of this in so I have just started to use it again. I have read reviews in which people say that it doesn't lather up very mush, shampoo doesn't have to lather for it too work the lather is a gimmick and that is a plus for me as I hate trying to get the lather out of my hair especially if I'm washing it in the bath. About my hair I tend to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I tried a bottle of this about 2 months ago and although I wouldn't buy this again, I thought it was worth a shot since it only cost 12p, and since I could write about my experience about this, then I could make money for the amount that I spent. This totally looks cheap and not that cheerful. It is a white plastic bottle and the only colour on this is the lime green colouring of the Smart Price writing. There is a little picture of what looks like a blob of the Shampoo, but the whole thing isn't that eye catching. I found this down the bottom shelf of the Shampoo aisle, and around the other side of the aisle I found the matching Shower Gel which cost a ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Asda Smart Price Shampoo
Asda Natural Extracts Coconut & Milk Shampoo - Cheap, good quality, leaves hair soft and silky Has the word 'Asda' on the packaging
Asda Hairspray Extra Firm Hold - Cheap and cheerful, and works! Initial smell is a bit pongy
Asda Essential Care Natural Extracts Colour Care Mango and Papaya Conditioner - On offer it's exceptional value. Might not pay full price for it.
Asda Swim & Gym 2in1 Shampoo & Conditioner - Good price and smell. It leaves your hair feeling like straw.
Asda Hair Formulas Gloss & Shine Shampoo - Easy to use, smells nice and is economical Doesn't add shine and/or gloss to the hair at all
Asda Hair Formulas Gloss & Shine Conditioner - Everything None!
|More products in Hair Care|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Tesco Hair Benefits Blonde Shampoo|
Does feel quite clean
knotty hair after
|Lee Stafford Poker Straight Dehumidifier|
Multitude Of Uses, Travel Friendly Bottle, Makes Hair Shiner & Looks Healthier ETC.
Quite A Chemical Scent.
|Lee Stafford Poker Straight Straightening Balm|
easy to use and works !
don't use too much
|Boots Sea Kelp and Water Mint Conditioner|
|Alberto Balsam Sun Kissed Raspberry Conditioner|
Works okay, great value
Product too thin, fragrance not very natural
|Sainsbury's Basics Hairspray|
Isn't strong enough to hold really complicated styles!
|Nuage Kids Detangling Spray Awesome Orange|
Pleasant smell, good on washed, wet hair.
Not hugely effective on stubborn, dry tangles.
|BC Bonacure Time Restore Q10 Treatment||BC Bonacure Time Restore Q10 Conditioner|
|Lush Jungle Conditioning Bar|
Smells nice, novelty idea
Awkward to use, expensive, can be a pain to rinse/apply