Use Botanics Intensely Hydrating Shampoo to moisturise and strengthen for normal or dry hair. With nourishing white quinoa.
This formula quenches thirsty hair and tames frizz. The hydrating complex, enriched with soy protein, is proven to moisturise and help repair damage, leaving hair silky soft with a natural shine.
Active plant extract White Quinoa is packed with natural plant proteins, sugars and amino acids, which help to moisturise and nourish the hair.
For best results, use with Botanics Intensely Hydrating Conditioner. Formulated without sulphates and parabens.
Price: About 4 GBP for 250 ml (8.4 fl. oz.)
My Experience with Boots Botanics Intensely Hydrating Shampoo:
I recently purchased this shampoo along with the conditioner to go with it. I like to change up my hair routine every now and then. Over the last few years, I think I have experimented with a whole bunch of drugstore and high-end shampoos. Lately, I have made it a point to gravitate towards shampoos that are at least sulphate-free. I have been quite happy with the L’Oreal EverCreme shampoo and conditioner, but I was still quite keen to experiment some more.
This shampoo looked quite nice. I am all for moisturising and hydrating shampoos, and when I see something as being marked sulphate-free, I trust that it will not be very harsh on my hair and scalp. I have long and thick, normal to dry hair, so this shampoo seemed like a good choice for the same.
It comes in a sturdy, easy-to-use and travel-friendly bottle (unlike a lot of shampoos that are packaged in tubes). It is priced very reasonably.
The shampoo is a creamy-gel, semi-clear shampoo that is neither too runny nor too thick in consistency. It has a pleasant floral fragrance, which will enhance your in-shower experience. However, the fragrance won’t last in your hair for much longer after the wash (as is the case with quite a few heavily fragranced shampoos). The shampoo lathers well (despite being a sulphate-free product) and I believe that it cleans my hair and scalp quite effectively. It also rinses off quite easily.
Although this claims to be a hydrating shampoo, I don’t really find it to be much different from any other ordinary shampoo. It doesn’t moisturise my hair or leave it softer than usual. In fact, when I wash my hair with this, it feels a little dry and I have to quickly use conditioner to make it softer and more manageable. But it keeps my hair tame and manageable for a few days after the wash.
This is definitely not a bad shampoo. I just don’t find it to be exceptionally hydrating or anything like that. However, it’s a gentle and effective cleanser of the hair and scalp. I have been using it for a few weeks now and I will certainly continue using it for a while.
Pros of Boots Botanics Intensely Hydrating Shampoo:
– Gentle and effective cleanser for the hair and scalp.
– It has a pleasant floral fragrance.
– It lathers very well (especially for a sulphate-free shampoo).
– It is, of course, sulphate-free and paraben-free.
– The bottle is sturdy and travel-friendly.
– It doesn’t dry the hair out or make it frizzy like some harsh shampoos do.
Cons of Boots Botanics Intensely Hydrating Shampoo:
– This is not as hydrating or moisturising as I had expected it to be.
-Laden with chemicals despite the name.
-Not travel friendly
My Verdict on Boots Botanics Intensely Hydrating Shampoo:
If you’re on a budget and if you’re looking for something that’s sulphate-free and paraben-free for normal hair, I’d suggest you give this one a shot.
IMBB rating: 4/5.
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