Head & Shoulders Sensitive Anti-Dandruff Shampoo Reviews
Product Type: Head & Shoulders hair care products
Description:Brand: Head & Shoulders / Type: Hair Shampoo / Subcategory: Anti-Dandruff / Helps against: Anti-Dandruff / What it ... more
Head & Shoulders Sensitive Anti-Dandruff Shampoo ... does: Rejuvenates, / Head & Shoulders Sensitive Anti-Dandruff Shampoo is pH-balanced, lightly scented, colour-free and dermatologically tested to remain
Newest Review: ... brand however, I decided to purchase this head and shoulders shampoo for two reasons. The first reason being because it was ... more
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Customer Head & Shoulders Sensitive Anti-Dandruff Shampoo Reviews (6)
by - written on 29/06/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I had a hard time finding a shampoo that would help me with my hair. A lot of other shampoos I tried left me with embarrassing dandruff and lets face it, no one needs that when they're about to go out on a date! I turned to this shampoo in the hope that it would help and it sure has! So when I heard good things about Head and Shoulders I decided to try it out and after a year or so of using it I haven't been disappointed so far. It can be found in numerous supermarkets such as Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's but I've found the best place to be Bodycare for price, or even if you are at a stretch; Poundland. The bottle: The bottle is quite large but you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/06 (Very useful, 1764 readings)
I've always been prone to sensitive skin, a legacy from my father. I've searched for (and mainly found) products to alleviate this problem. Shaving was hell until I discovered a sensitive shaving oil. Washing my face left me with angry, sore skin and wasn't satisfactorily controlled until I started using a non-perfumed, non-coloured soap. But, what I hadn't previously considered was my hair, after all, there's skin under there too! Until fairly recently I had had longish hair and didn't really see what was under it. That was until I decided to have a shorter than normal haircut. It was at this point I began to notice how red my scalp was. I realised ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
Although I do not suffer from dandruff that often, I do have bouts of it, and these periods are every few months, when I just simply cannot get rid of the stuff, which to be honest is embarrassing!. I have tried several hair care ranges from the mighty expensive (for me) at around £6.00 a bottle, to the run of the mill value shampoo from the big supermarkets. To be totally honest, I do not usually buy this brand however, I decided to purchase this head and shoulders shampoo for two reasons. The first reason being because it was on offer (two for £5.00 if memory serves) and secondly because it had been recommended to me on a previous occasion. I brought ... Read the complete review
by dagenham - written on 15/06/09, updated on 15/06/09
I have been using this product for about eight years now and have to say I have stayed loyal to the product because it is that good. Before Head and Shoulders anti-dandruff shampoo came out I used to get dandruff quite a lot. Ever since using this product I have never had dandruff. The only time I get dandruff is if I do not use the product for a few days. If you are going to buy this product then make sure you use it every day to get the benefit of it, if you do this it will work. I recommend getting the one which smells of citrus because it's a lovely smell. With this shampoo your hair does not go greasy and it does not damage your hair. When wet it goes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/06 (Useful, 334 readings)
A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to receive a free bottle of the new Head and Shoulders from a special offer incMarie Claire magazine. What precisely is new about it? It is a brand that has been around for donkey’s years, with a reputation as the best shampoo on the market for getting rid of dandruff as well. The distinctive white plastic bottle has a blue flip top lid and a pink ‘swoosh’ symbol sweeping across the front. The makers, Proctor and Gamble, claim that its ‘HydraZinc formula’starts working from the first wash, and is effective against not only dandruff but also itchy and irritated scalp conditions. Well, I am not a chemist so I ... Read the complete review
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