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Schwarzkopf Supersoft Shampoos are a range of shampoos that I really like. I find that I keep going back to the Supersoft range and have tried, with pleasing results, several of the shampoos from this range.
I particularly like the colour shine shampoo which is in the red bottle. I think this must be the one that I buy most often from the Supersoft range but I also really like the yoghurt and red berries shampoo.
I have tried others too. So far I have liked all of them and can say that I find all of the shampoos in this range, that I have tried so far, to be reliable and of very good value.
I wash my hair every day, in fact I have been washing my hair daily for many years and so because of this I suppose I must have tried and tested hundreds of shampoos over the years. Some have disappeared and some remain. I think that Super soft shampoos have been going for a long time. I suppose this must mean that this brand is a popular one; it isn't only me that’s impressed.
The smoothie version smells lovely and makes my hair feel clean and nourished.
After shampooing my hair with my chosen Supersoft shampoo, I follow up by using the conditioner from the range. Afterwards my hair always feels smooth, soft and shiny.
I think that the Schwarzkopf shampoo and conditioner range offers something for everyone in the family. My family certainly like these shampoos.
And, of course, one great big advantage to the Supersoft range is the fact that they can most often be found reasonably priced on the shelves of Savers and also most pound type stores. I rarely pay more than one pound for a bottle of shampoo but I do choose what I consider to be nice and reliable shampoos. I would definitely class Schwarzkopf Supersoft shampoos as fitting into these requirements.
I would recommend Supersoft shampoos. They do the job well and offer great value too.
Available from supermarkets, Savers, on-line, chemists and pound stores.
I bought this as, well I needed shampoo, so that I could wash my hair. I chose Supersoft as I'm not particularly brand loyal when it comes to shampoo and this was on sale in the pound shop for well a pound :) I chose the colour shine Red Berries variety as it promised to protect and nourish my dyed hair. At the same time I bought the matching conditioner, which I'm still using.
This shampoo comes in a deep red bottle with a flip top lid, which is easy to open. It's quite a thick consistency with a strong initial smell of berries. I quite like this, as it's thick enough to sit in my hand, but not so thick it's hard to get out of the bottle, I also like the smell. This is for coloured hair, and promises to add protein leaving hair smooth and supple, and I feel it does do this
**Washing my hair**
I use about a 10p size portion, maybe a bit more and this bottle has lasted a couple of months nearly. It feels like it has ran out quicker than my shampoo normally does, but that might just be me. It washes my hair easily, leaves it clean and moist and the smell doesn't actually linger that much after it's washed out, which I quite like.
I quite like this shampoo, I like the smell and how smooth and soft it leaves my hair. My hair is pretty normal (not too dry or greasy), and if anything this can be a little too rich for my hair, and I have found that I'm using less conditioner as the two together can make my hair feel too smooth if used everyday.
I don't think this has added extra colour protection to my dyed hair, although I think this is supposed to be in the form of uv protection, and in fairness I'm still looking for the sun so that I can test it (If anyone finds it can you bring it back please :) ). I feel that the colour in my hair hasn't lasted any longer than normal despite using this shampoo.
In conclusion I think this is one of those shampoos I like as it does a good job, but doesn't entirely live up to it's hype, and while I will no doubt buy it again it will be more in passing rather then going out of my way to find it.
I have used this shampoo FOREVER and I never get tired of it. Well obviously I get new bottles, haha :) I think this is because there are so many different types in the range.
The bottles are 400ml and coloured differently to which scent of fruit it has. My favourite is lime (green bottle), but I also use lychee (purple) at the moment and have used others in the past.
Apparently the shampoo is meant to be £2.30 a bottle but I get it for £1 from various supermarkets and once from a chemist, although it costs a little bit more there. I once saw it for 99p! Should have stocked up...
The shampoo lathers up well with just a small circle of shampoo. The shampoo itself is kind of silvery coloured, a bit transparent, and very runny!
The bottle is made of plastic, kind of curvy shaped and has a flip lid. Unlike other bottles it doesn't get all nasty sitting in a damp shower all day! The bottles I have are pastel coloured, with the Schwarzkopf logo on the front, and some pictures of fruit.
My hair smells really strongly of whatever fruit its meant to be while it's wet, but less noticable when its dry, though I occassionally get comments from people. I like that it is not overpowering as I tend to wear perfume or body spray as well and don't like to smell like I've just been gorging on fruit!
I have normal hair which I wash on alternate days, I am not sure what the shampoo would be like on dry hair or greasy hair. However it does make my hair feel very soft and shiny. The ingredients are very full of chemicals though so it's not really a natural clean. I usually buy the corresponding colour conditioner with this shampoo, also from Schwarzkopf.
I recommend this! 5 stars! Such good value!
I like to try new shampoos and am not loyal to any brand, I usually just pick up the one with an attractive bottle in the pound shop. If it's any good I might get it again, if it's not I wont.
There is often a good range of Schwarzkopf Supersoft shampoos for £1 and for some reason I have never tried any of them. The bottle I picked up was 'Shwarzkopf Supoersoft Ultimate Shine Superfruit Shampoo'.
The packaging was what drew me to the shampoo, it stood out on the shelf with it's metallic purple bottle, a quick check that there wasn't any scents I dislike (e.g coconut) and it was into the basket.
The shampoo is for dull & unmanageable hair, something I suppose mine is a little of both but not to the extent that I would seek out a shampoo for this hair type. The shampoo has Lychee & Noni-Berry extracts (I have no idea what a Noni-Berry is but I do like the smell).
The bottle contains 400ml of the shampoo, which claims to nourish, smooth, regenerate hair structure and fill your hair with suppleness and shine.
Does it live up to its claims?
The shampoo has an easy to open flip lid with a large hole, making it easy to get out of the bottle. The bottle stands up easily so it can be placed on any surfaces without knocking it over.
When I squeezed out a small bit I was amazed by the thickness of the liquid. It is really thick so I didn't have to worry at all about most of it dripping off my hands in the shower which happens with lots of shampoos and probably leads to me wasting a lot.
As it was so thick I was wondering how well it was going to lather up but there was no problem at all, a small amount went a long way and felt really luxurious. What was even better was that I soon realised that one shampoo was going to be sufficient. With some shampoos my hair doesn't feel quite clean enough and in need of a second shampoo, therefore using even more.
What was better again was that I really didn't feel the need to use a conditioner either, which is normally a must for me as my hair gets easily tangled. Sure enough, I didn't bother with conditioner and my hair was not only soft but also easy to comb through.
The next thing I need to mention is the scent, I really like the scent of the berries! It is not a sickly sweet fruity smell, but a strong and fresh berry scent. The only problem I have here is that it doesn't last well. A faint scent is still detectable after rinsing and drying, but with such a lovely smell I would like it to be a bit stronger and last longer.
I found my hair looked soft and shiny after use (nowhere near as shiny as the picture on the bottle of course) but I was happy with the results. I have been using it for a couple of weeks now and I think the condition of my hair has slightly improved. I imagine if I pick up the conditioner in the same range I may notice an even bigger improvement.
I will definitely be buying this again, it is certainly one which I would look out for and recommend to others, the scent, results and price are all excellent. I would expect a shampoo that is so luxurious to be more expensive and for only £1 I think it is excellent value for money and will last a good length of time as it goes such a long way.
I'm reviewing SUPERSOFT SHAMPOOS generally,but with specific emphasis on the fruity ones.
They come in great value 400ml plastic bottles.
***WHY I BUY SUPERSOFT ***
Sadly I'm old enough to remember when SUPERSOFT came in one "flavour" only in a little sachet.
Being the youngest of 8 children I was forever 'just popping to the shop' for family members on pain of a clip round the ear if I refused,or the occasional financial bribe. My two oldest sisters would send me for a sachet of this shampoo & it would be shared between them in the following routine......first they'd wash their hairs with the basic rubbish shampoo (sometimes just soap) provided by mum. One sister using the bath,one using the sink....then I'd get the job of cutting the corner off the sachet & evenly dividing the luscious contents onto each sister's hands. That way they both benefited from it in that important final wash.
What can I say,we were poor.
Anyway it was thus instilled in me that this shampoo was FABULOUS darling & in truth it really is. I continued the family trend & bought it for myself (hiding the bottle from my bros & remaining sister....MWAHAHA, I'm no fool). It never fails to leave my hair beautifully soft & shining,but here's my gripe....
I don't WANT my hair smelling of fruit...... & SUPERSOFT has become obsessed with fruit....pomegranate,apple,lychee,lime,red berries,strawberry....and even ' superfruits' (just in case they missed any out). I rarely use conditioner because I have really good hair. I prefer to just use shampoo & go. I can't do that with fruity smelling shampoo. I want my hair smelling vaguely perfumed & girly, NOT fruity.
Granted there are other non-fruity ones in their range,but I resent wasting time shunting bottles of fruit based ones aside trying to find a non fruity bottle of my favourite brand. Just when I get used to the bottle colours I need to avoid they change them round !.....NAUGHTY SCHWARZKOPF !
Anyway,just a personal gripe I needed to get off my chest & I'm not even deducting a star over it,because in truth I realise it is my personal issue,not Schwarzkopf's .
Aside from that SUPERSOFT are great shampoos & I've never yet used any of the range that didn't leave my hair in great condition, and if you use a nice conditioner then the fruit smell won't be an issue really.
They don't strip your hair or leave it tacky either ,as some shampoos do and my hairdresser always compliments my hair condition, so clearly SUPERSOFT being my main shampoo is paying off.
I'd totally recommend them .
Thank you for reading & listening ~~~myloh.
When I went out shopping for toiletries, my husband set me a mission to buy him some shampoo that wasn't too girly and I accepted the challenge. I settled upon a green bottle of Supersoft apple shampoo by the well known hair product brand Schwarzkopf.
The bottle is dark green and has a flip top lid. The label shows a sultry woman with dark brown hair. The label also has a sticker that says New with intensive care protein and it is for fine, weak and lifeless hair which may sound a bit mean but I don't think my husband took it personally.
Of course I tried it even though it was for my dear hubby! I normally take a bath but when in a rush I use the shower and use the products that are in there which include this shampoo. The shampoo is clear and green and quite thick in consistency. I found it easy to lather up although I had to use a little bit more on my hair than normal. The bottle promised it strengthens and cares down to the tips which is important on my fragile long and damaged hair.
I really actually liked this shampoo and found it made my hair go really soft and fairly manageable. Whilst it was bought for my husband (and he has informed me that it's OK on his hair but he isn't that fussy when it comes to shampoo). For the price paid I'd definitely buy it again. I also bought a yellow bottle of this in another 'flavour' which I am looking forward to using once the bottle makes it in to the shower.
I bought the bottle from Home Bargains for £1.99. I thought this was quite reasonable for the big 400ml bottle which will last us a few weeks with regular use.
I liked how soft this made my hair. It also helped with removing product (hairspray) from my hair very well. I have been suffering with hair loss since our second daughter was born which is not something I expect my shampoo to fix but I have been trying to be careful with using heat on my hair whilst it feels a bit fragile. This shampoo has given my hair a new lease of life and it is not one I would have normally picked literally due to the dark green packaging and the brunette pictured on the label but as I chose it for my husband and then tried it I feel I have discovered a great new product!
This review is specifically of the Supersoft volumising variety of 'Apple' shampoo. It comes in a dark green bottle of the same shape and design as the generic products on the DooYoo image above.
I bought this shampoo as it was cheap, unfortunately, in this case it seems that I got what I paid for!
The shampoo certainly gets my hair clean, it rinses off easily and doesn't leave any sticky residue, so it covers the basics well enough. Unfortunately that's about it!
This shampoo doesn't really lather very well, you have to use quite a large amount to get a good lather and really feel as though you've given your hair a good scrub, particularly if you have long hair as I do. I expect that I'll get through this bottle quite quickly compared to the same amount of other shampoo brands just because of how much I'm using for each wash.
Even the bottle describes it as 'apple shampoo', the only connection I can find is that the both the bottle and the shampoo itself are green in colour. There's no apple scent that I can make out, there isn't the invigorating fresh feeling that you get with a really good apple scented product. It doesn't have any particular scent at all as far as I can tell.
The main letdown though is that it doesn't really provide any boost to my hair's volume as it promises to. I've tried a lot of volumising shampoos over the years and this one is near the bottom of the list I'm afraid. There is no noticeable difference between this and any other 'bog standard' non volumising shampoo out there.
I wouldn't be so bothered by this shampoo's failings if it hadn't promised so much! If it had just claimed to be a value, low price standard shampoo I'd say it was a great product. It doesn't do what it says on the tin though unfortunately.
I don't have a certain shampoo that I always buy. Normally I aim to spend £1 on shampoo and buy a matching conditioner. I saw this shampoo in my local pound shop. There was a large range of flavours with each one being designed for a different hair types. I chose the yoghurt and berries shampoo which was designed for prolonging colour.
It came in a large bottle which lasted me about month which I think is a pretty good time considering I only paid a pound for it.
When using it I put a small amount on the palm of my hand and the directions recommend massaging it into your scalp until a lather formed. It was quick a thick formula so it didn't drip off my hand so there was very little wastage. I noticed it smelled like strawberries however I don't feel the smell was too overwhelming. When lathering the smell of strawberries was a lot more obvious and it felt therapeutic using this shampoo. Whilst my hair was still wet I immediately noticed my hair felt thinner and softer.
Once I dried my hair it looked so much shinier than usual and it felt much softer. I also received many compliments on the smell of my hair.
In the long term I actually believe it has prolonged the colour of my hair. I am a natural brunette and dye my hair red so it can be quite difficult to maintain so I will continue to use this shampoo and the conditioner that goes with it as it has made a significant difference to the colour of my hair.
This review is based on my experience with the Schwarzkopf Supersoft Straight and Glossy Nutrition Shampoo.
I quite often buy shampoo products simply because they are going cheap in the supermarket so when I got the chance to get this 400ml bottle for less than a pound I took it. I actually have hair that is wavy and I can pretty much make it ultra curly or fairly straight depending on how I style it. When I realised this shampoo was aimed at those who want straight, shiny hair I wasn't sure if it would work on wavy hair like mine but I thought I'd give it a try anyway.
The shampoo comes in a dark purple bottle - not pictured in the Dooyoo illustration - which has a darker coloured purple top. The bottle is marked as being suitable for 'Dry, frizzy and unmanageable hair'. Other information on the front of the bottle tells me this shampoo is infused with "nutri oil and pearl extract".
There is a lot of printed information on the back of the bottle too. This includes directions for use, some more detailed information about the benefits of the shampoo and contact information for the Schwarzkopf and Henkel brand group. I quite like what the brand promise in regards to the effects this shampoo will give - that the special pearl extract will create "shimmering light reflexes" on the hair shaft. It sounds beautiful.
The bottle has a flip style top which is easy to open and snap shut. It has a slight lip on it so that with wet fingertips your hands won't slip. The dispensing hole is large and you don't need to squeeze the bottle to dispense the liquid - just hold it upside down.
The shampoo is a very pale lilac colour and has an internal mother of pearl coloured sparkle. It is fairly thick and gelatinous but easy to rub into your hair and scalp. It feels soft and fluffy and transforms into a brilliant bomb of thick, oozing bubbles. It feels nice on my scalp and although I sometimes have a sensitive scalp this shampoo feels gentle. The shampoo has a pleasant fragrance too. I'd describe the scent as being a bit like blackcurrent juice and raisins. The fragrance is more feminine than aimed at men and I think teenage girls would also love the sweet, playful fragrance.
Although a small dollop of the shampoo creates a lot of bubbles they are surprisingly easy to rinse out. As I'm rinsing I can feel that my hair texture has changed. It feels like mermaid hair or like baby hair as it's so incredibly soft in the water! I have been using this shampoo alongside the conditioner in the same range which the brand recommend. I also would recommend doing this as the double treatment seems to have a great effect.
My hair is soft but not stringy during the damp, styling stage. I find it easy to manage and comb through. I love that the fragrance remains in my hair but smells quite light and fresh. When my hair is dry I can't believe how soft it is. Of all shampoos I've ever used I think this has made my hair the softest. I've also been able to blow dry my hair more successfully without turning into a ball of fuzz. My hair is super sleek, soft and moveable. It doesn't flare out into dry straw-like points after using this shampoo. My hair doens't suddenly turn straight after using this shampoo but if I style it that way it looks very healthy and naturally straight. If I encourage curls they are more defined and softer like they were when I was a child! My scalp feels really clean afer washing and I can get away with a few days of not needing to wash again. As for shine, my hair certainly looks healthier and somewhat shinier but I don't think it's as shiny as one of Pantene's shampoo products can achieve. It's still a very good result though and even damaged hairs reflect the light well.
Overall I'm really impressed by this shampoo and also the complimentary conditioner and really sing it's praises to everyone out there looking for a shampoo that will effectively clean your hair and scalp and condition hair too. Try it!
When it comes to buying shampoo, I'm not the most loyal of customer to any brand as I find as a male with short hair the brand does not matter too much. I opted for this shampoo by Schwarzkopf as it was in my local pound shop for only £1 a bottle. I have the Yoghurt and Lime Smoothie Shampoo which is meant to add volume and energy for fine lifeless hair.
The shampoo comes in a tall but narrow bottle that is a pale yellow colour. The bottle is 21cm x 9cm x 3cm in size which makes it a nice sized bottle and is easy to hold when in the bath/shower. The bottle holds 400ml of the shampoo which is a smaller volume in comparison to other brands I have used, but is enough for the price I paid.
The shampoo is the same colour of the bottle which when dispensed makes it very aesthetically pleasing to use. It has quite a thick consistancy which is good as it means it won't run out of your hand before it gets into your hair. I have reasonably short hair and I find that I don't need to use much in comparison to other brands the shampoo is very easy to lather up and work into my hair. This is good as it means that the shampoo has lasted me quite a while. Once you start to work the shampoo into your hair, the fragrance of the shampoo is quite noticeable and is very nice. The fragrence definitely reminds me of yoghurts and limes which is good as I like them both. It is a good combination of the two to give a very nice shampoo.
Once worked into my hair I find it is quite easy to wash out under a warm shower. Once washed out I then usually use the Supersoft Conditioner. Sometimes I don't always use it and I find that once dry my hair still feels soft and smooth and smells very clean. This clean and soft feeling seems to stay with my hair for quite a while, which is good as with some shampoo's my hair can go greasy after a day but with this it takes a few days before it starts to feel greasy. This is really good and this is the kind of quality I would expect from a good brand like this.
I may not be the best person to ask about shampoo as I don't suffer from the problems associated with long hair, however I find that this shampoo is very good. It has a very nice scent, it cleans hair very well and it is superior to cheaper brands. I would also recommend using this alongside the conditioner which gives you exceptional feeling hair.
I am going to give this shampoo 5/5 as for the price I paid and the superior clean it has given me it is well worth the money and I would highly recommend it.
Thanks for reading.
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I have heard so many great reviews about this product and many of my friends sing th praises of th Schwarzkopf supersoft shampoo, due to the highly positive reviews i'd previously heard and read about I thought that this would cost the best part of £5 which I wasn't too fussed about but I found this shampoo for just £1 in Home Bargains and instantly snapped it up. There was many scents to choose from but I chose the yoghurt and coconut smoothie one as I was very intrigued as to what it would smell like and I absolutely love the smell of coconut.
The bottle was manly light brown with a dark brown lid. It has the schwarzkopf logo on the front and a picture of a coconut with swirly designs and a brief product description. The bottle looks very professional and depicts what it insid the bottle: a creamy substance. It is very easy to use the conditioner due to the bottle as it is not too heavy when it is full.
Inside the bottle is 400ml of shampoo. The shampoo is light brown and is very pearly in shade, it looks very expensive and smooth and thick which are great qualities to any shampoo. It comes out very easily though despite being so thick.
The smell is absolutely to die for - I haven't smelled anything better than this! The coconutty smell isn't sweet and fake like most other coconut scented products instead it is so, so fruity and fresh you can't not fall in love with the smell!
You use the shampoo in the same way as you use other shampoos, simply pour some product onto your hand and apply to the hair and massage into the hair until you achieve a soft lather. The lather to this shampoo is very soft and lathers up a lot faster than other shampoos that I have previously tried. The bubbles in the lather are creamy and soft.
Afterwards it leaves my hair in the best condition (like salon results!). The shine is very noticable which again is different from a lot of other products that I have tried. I love seeing the benefits of using beauty products and this shampoo's effects are very much noticable. The shine, softness and general wellbeing of my hair has never been so good! My hair is normally dry and this completely counter acts this and I have stripped, bleached, dyed and constantly straighten my hair so it is not in the best condition prior to using this shampoo!
Simple the best shampoo that I have ever used!
When it comes to shampoos, I am not really that fussy about which ones I used. Normally I tend to just see whats on offer. However, I have recently been using a good shampoo which I will be looking out for in future.
The shampoo in question is made by Schwarzkopf and comes from their Supersoft range. Today, I will be reviewing the Coconut and Yougurt one.
~ * Does it smell nice ? * ~
The minute you open this bottle you are greeted with a lovely coconut smell. It's really lovely and smells really fresh and summery.
~ * Look good? * ~
The shampoo itself is brown - a kind of dark caramel colour. The shampoo is quite thick. It isn't that runny, although suprisingly it comes out of the bottle really well.
~ * So How Do I Use It ? * ~
Using this shampoo, is just the same as using other shampoos. Simply wet your hair, get a small amount of shampoo (around a 10p size), and lather up.
The shampoo creates a really rich lather. I tend to leave the shampoo in my hair for a few minutes to make sure that it has enough time to work (and lets me have a good smell of the cocunut!).
There is something about this shampoo which makes me think it's good for you because it smells really 'natural'. Although, looking at the 'ingredients list', there are a lot of chemicals in here; like most shampoos.
~ * So What Happens Once You Rinse It Out ? *~
My hair was left feeling very soft and felt full of volume (in a good way!). This shampoo certainly gave my hair some more 'oomph!'. My hair also smelt lovely and coconut-y, and so I just kept having to sniff my hair throughout the day!
Throughout my time using this shampoo, I have found that my hair only smells coconuty, if I have left the shampoo on for a minimum of two minutes. Whereas if I give my hair a quick wash, it doesn't smell of anything.
~ * Value For Money ? *
I managed to buy from Savers for just 99p which I think is great value for money especially as I have seen it at prices over £2 in various supermarkets. So I would definetely recommend getting it from Savers or a pound shop.
~ * Would I Recommend This Shampoo? * ~
Oh Yesh! (Churchill style!)I would definetely recommend this shampoo. I have also tried some of the other 'flavours' which I like too, although I have to say that this is my favourite one - it does my hair better than a lot of more expensive shampoos!
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I tend to buy my shampoos and conditioners from the pound shop as they have a really good selction of well known brands. I usually buy some everytime I'm in the shop as I like to have a few in the bathroom so I can choose one depending on my mood.
Lately I have been buying a lot of Schwarzkopf supersoft shampoos and my favourite of those has been the yoghurt and coconut smoothie shampoo.
It isn't the most appealing of packaging in comparison to the other Swartzkopf shampoos as it is a muddy brown colour but what it lacks in its packaging it more than makes up for in its contents. The shampoo is a translucent colour and looks more like a body wash than a hair one. It comes out thick and goopy and doesn't feel cheap and runny. I find that I only need a really small amount to really lather my hair well and it leaves my hair coated from root to tips in shampoo.
It has yoghurt protein and coconut extracts in it to mosturise and restore hair. I found that it left my hair feeling realy silky smooth and it looked ultra shiney. I will say that if you have naturally greasy hair then this probably isn't the shampoo for you and it does leave my hair looking quite sleek and if you have greasy hair then it might leave it looking too slicked. I used it with conditioner and found that it was too much and I found it better used on its own and my hair will look moisturised and less frizzy and course.
The absolute best thing about this shampoo for me has to be it's smell. As soon as you put some on your hair the smell of coconut will envelope you and coat your hair. I love the smell of coconut at this time of year as to me it really is a summer smell. The scent lasts a long time and even at he end of a long day I can still smell it and my hair still smells fresh and clean.
For £1 this shampoo is an absolute bargain and I highly recommend that you get yourself to your nearest pound shop and buy yourself a bottle. The whole supersoft range is fantastic and well worth the money but if you want something that feels and smells a bit more premium then go for the smoothie versions as they really are just as good as any expensive shampoo.
Over the past couple of months I have become more experimental when it comes to shampoo and conditioner after years of just using herbal essences I moved onto Schwarzkopf Gliss range and then the last time I was buying shampoo I came across this supersoft range in particular the smoothie range.
The shampoo cost me 99p and I choose to try the Yoghurt and Lime one. which smelt very fruity just like limes. The front of the bottle told me it was for fine, lifeless hair and it would add volume and energy. I wouldn't say my hair is really fine but at the moment it does seem pretty lifeless so I thought this may help and having been very impressed with the gliss range I thought some of the promise may be true.
The back of the shampoo gives a little more information on the product apparently it contains yoghurt protein which will help improve the texture of hair. Well we will see I thought.
Using the shampoo is quite a fragrant experience you can really smell the limes and it rubbed into my hair well a couple of pea size squeezes is enough to get a good lather on the go. I suffer from eczma on my hands and I am also pleased to report that there have been no reactions from this shampoo and I have nearly finished the whole 400ml bottle. My hair does smell of limes for the next few days after washing which is great as some shampoos fragrances do not linger. However that said after a month of using the shampoo my hair still seems as lifeless as before and I would not say it has any more energy or volume either so those points considered I am going to give the shampoo 3 stars as it smells great and does not cause a reaction on my hands.
As my hair is quite thick I always have to use conditioner after use which I will be reviewing next if it is on the dooyoo database.
I have tried different types of shampoos and conditioners in the past and I guess I will keep on trying until I find a suitable one for my hair as it seems that nothing at the moment can give me that 100% satisfaction because I have very dry hair naturally and it's even dryer when I started colouring it. The texture of my hair has changed over the years; it's dull and lifeless besides the colours fades fast after a couple of washes.
While I was shopping I spotted Schwarzkopf Supersoft on the shelf, I had previously tried a kind of the old range of the Schwarzkopf shampoo, it was an acceptable shampoo but I wasn't completely satisfied. This time it has a new range of shampoos and conditioners, some of them were very tempting so I bought a shampoo and a matching conditioner to try.
The shampoo was the product of Schwarzkopf, a well -known German company and its name is Supersoft yoghurt and red berries smoothie shampoo ,so that is yet another smoothie to try on however this time was for my hair.
=== Schwarzkopf Supersoft Yoghurt and Red berries Smoothie Shampoo ===
The two obvious ingredients were yoghurt and red berries but why use them?
With the extract of real red berries along with a special UV filter; it prolongs the strength of the colour and moisturises the hair. It also blocks harmful UV rays that can be one of the main factors which result in the fading in hair colour. The yoghurt is a good source of protein; it strengthens the hair and makes it silky and nourished.
== Appearance ==
The bottle is slightly big and heavy however it isn't bulky; it is slightly thinner on the sides. There is a Schwarzkopf logo and a scrumptious picture of red berries whirling in brilliantly white yoghurt. The bottle colour is light pink while the easy opening flip cap is red; it is a lovely bottle to start with.
== smell ==
I opened the cap to smell a mouth-watering fragrance. When you smell it is like a real smoothie. The sensational smell of the sweet and fruity berries are dominant. My nose also recognised the detectable smell of yoghurt. The delicious smell of the shampoo was more than enough to encourage me to use it.
Some shampoos smell good however the consistency of the shampoo might be watery or runny but not in this case. Supersoft yoghurt and Red Berries Smoothie Shampoo was thick, rich and creamy. They were right when they called it a "Smoothie" shampoo. The consistency was just right, I loved the thickness of it so I assumed that I didn't need to use much and I was absolutely right.
== colour ==
I was expecting pink as the colour of the shampoo but it was not pink, However the colour of the mixture was something between ivory and pearly it is not too bad I suppose.
== My personal experience ==
As I stated in the beginning, I have dry hair which I coloured regularly and I have to mention that Supersoft Yoghurt and Red Berries shampoo is designed with special formula just for coloured hair so I was so excited to try it to see whether the claim was a farce or not and the deliciously inviting scent.
I squirted a little shampoo on my palm and messaged it into my wet hair. A fair amount of lather was produced; I massaged it from roots to the ends for a few minutes. The aromatic smell was unbelievable; it was so inviting that I nearly forgot that it was only a shampoo.
Rinsing the shampoo wasn't an easy task. It took me ages for me to wash it off though, maybe the lather was a bit too much but I did rinse it at the end. After I finished I towel dried my hair and started to brush it.
I was surprised to see that my hair was untangled as most shampoos tangle my hair and some of them dry my hair. My hair was soft and manageable and it was moisturised and shiny. I loved the results as my hair smelled sweet and fruity, it was smooth to touch even the ends were soft. I blow dried it and it was faster this time as my hair was tangle free and ready to style.
I used it for a good few weeks and I'm still using it. The colour of my hair didn't fade at all, it was shiny and vibrant.
This product is highly recommended for many reasons; it does what it says for sure, prolongs colour intensity and add shine to my hair, it comes at a good price, and it is a long lasting economical shampoo. I'm extremely happy with the results.
== where to buy the product ==
I bought mine from Wilkinson's for half price at 77p for a massive 400ml giant bottle; the normal price is £1.49 and sometimes it could be even higher if you buy it from certain shops or online. I advise you to shop in store as I found it in Poundland the other day.
Please note that the bottle is recyclable just in case you want to do your bit to the environment.
For best results use Supersoft Yoghurt and Red Berries conditioner.
Thank you for reading my review