L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray

by Bhargavi V. on December 19, 2013 · 2 comments

L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray

Hello my lovely IMBB ladies

Hope everyone is having a great holiday season. I have my year-end holidays at work starting this week till Jan 2nd and I’m as excited as a kid waiting for summer vacations from school :-) I can dedicate my free time writing reviews and going for Christmas shopping.

What L’Oreal says about the product:

Luxuriously soft hair without heavy coating waxes
Tired of dry hair? Discover a gentle, luxurious regimen to nourish and moisturize your hair without the weighdown. Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System is free of harsh sulfates and heavycoating waxes. It uses botanical ingredients Infused with Omega-3 and 6 and a triple action conditioning system to moisturize naturally. Hair is left completely nourished for incredible hydration, softness and shine.
No heavy waxes Triple action hydration Natural botanicals 100% vegan


Aqua/water/EAU , Cetearylalcholo, sodium PCA, phenoxyethanol, Arginine, Bethentrimonium Chloride, Trideceth-6, Chlorhexidinedihydrocholoride, Camelina Sativa oil/ Camelina Sativa Seed oil, Linalool, Amodimethicone, Isoproopyl alcohol, Parfum / Fragrance, Cetyl Alcohol, Citric acid, Vitisvinifera seed oil/ grape seed oil, cetrimonium chloride, prunusameniaca kernel oil/ apricot kernel oil, coumarin, hexyl, cinnamal, glycerin

L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray (2)

How to use:

After using evercrème shampoo and conditioner, spray evenly throughout damp or wet hair. Do not rinse. Style as usual.


Around $8.99 for 8.5 FL OZ (250 ml)

My experience with the L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray

I started to look out for leave-in conditioner to give my hair extra shine and nourishment from the harshness of winters. During this time of the season my hair tends to get more dry and frizzy and just the regular conditioner after shampoo doesn’t help to maintain the moisture in my hair. My eyes fell on this product and I was immediately impressed with all the claims like sulfate-free, no heavily coated waxes, triple action hydration and all that jazz. I immediately wanted to try as I don’t like the products that weigh down the volume of my hair.
L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray (4)

Bottle: It comes in a huge pretty looking plastic spray bottle which makes it light-weight but it might get tricky to carry it on the flights due to TSA size restrictions. Spray nozzle is built quite decently and it sprays the right amount without spritzing lumps and chunks of conditioner on the hair. There is lot of control on the amount of product coming out the spray which helps in no wastage of the product.
Smell:This conditioner smells amazing and leaves a nice fragrance to the hair. Hair feels very fresh and it remains on the hair of one full day or even more.

L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray (3)

Texture: The consistency of this spray is similar to that of watered down conditioner or a body lotion (not very runny) which helps to spread it evenly on the hair. It comes out as a white thick crème. Feel on the hair:As the product claims, it doesn’t feel sticky nor weighs down the hair but make sure to appropriate amount of product depending on the length and thickness of your hair. This has to be used in a similar fashion as a heat-protectant spray and brushed with a comb to evenly distribute it on the hair. A little goes a long way so this product stays with you for a very long time.

L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray (5)

Nourishment and shine:It definitely nourishes the hair and manage it well by easing the frizz and makes the hair look shinier but doesn’t perform as great as a leave-on hair oil like Moroccan oil or olive oil. It works great for silky to wavy hair but I wouldn’t recommend this to an overly dry/frizzy or very curley hair types!

Pros of L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray

• Great values for the price.
• Doesn’t weighdown the hair and helps to ease frizz and manage the hair.
• Smells great.
• A little goes a long way.
• Evenly spreads on the hair without any lumps and keeps the hair looking smooth and soft without being oily.
• Doesn’t leave a residue on the hair.
• No harmful sulfates.

L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray (6)

Cons of L’Oreal Paris Evercrème Sulfate-Free Moisture System Leave-in Spray:

• No major cons except the fact that it may not work very great for overly dry/frizzy hair.
• Availability issue in India?!

I would recommend this product to anyone who is looking for an added conditioning to the hair after the regular shampoo and conditioner, it works great. But don’t keep very high expectations on the product to work miracles as a leave-on oil like Moroccan or Olive oil.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Arzoo December 19, 2013 at 6:32 pm

I need to get hold of this soon, very nicely reviewed.


Mayuri December 19, 2013 at 11:33 pm

looks like a great product but should be available in India soon *haan ji*


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