About Triple Nutrition Shampoo & Conditioner (dry, damaged hair): 3 fruit oils: olive oil nourishes the core, avocado oil nourishes and softens middle hair layer, shea oil nourishes and smoothes surface. Bottle is made of 30% recycled plastic, made of PET. Hair is 3x stronger, healthier, silky and radiant within a week.
How I stumbled upon it: BzzAgent. Retails for ~$3.99 for 13 fl oz.
My Honest Opinion(s): This works wonderfully on my long long dark, thick hair. It’s been about 2 weeks since I received and used these products together. My hair has held up pretty well throughout this unpredictable winter, but the beginning of spring was when it started going downhill. It felt significantly more dry and crunchy. For someone who never uses heat to the hair, this was a problem. The oils in the shampoo and conditioner are just enough to restore moisture into my hair and act as a detangler at the same time. I use the shampoo all over, but with the conditioner I make sure to just apply it to my ends. I do this with all conditioners.
Smell of the Shampoo
Smell of Conditioner
Feel of Shampoo
Feel of Conditioner
Re-purchase: Possibly. My only hesitation is the sodium laureth sulfate. Otherwise, it smells divine and does a great job in restoring my hair with moisture and stopping it from daily breakage.
About Product: Invigorating to hair and senses. Awakens with an aroma of peppermint and rosemary. Weightless cleansing leaves fine to normal hair healthy and full of body. People tested. Minimum 80% post consumer HDPE. First company manufacturing with 100% wind power. Does NOT contain the following: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate & Sodium Laureth Sulfate.
How I stumbled upon it: Gifted. Retails for $31.50 a piece for 33.8 fl oz.
My Honest Opinion(s): Shampoo & Conditioner is always a hard one to give an opinion on for me. Does it work? Of course it does, but I haven’t run into a liquid shampoo that hasn’t cleaned my hair. I think the important thing here is what makes it different? Okay, all shampoos clean hair. This one passes that test. The scent is the unique factor. I’ve noticed a lot of Aveda products have a similar “grown in the backyard scent.” This one is mostly mint. I can’t really smell the rosemary part. For the most part, I like it. Was it life changing? Not yet. I have grown to trust and like certain Aveda products. It could be because HQ is almost in my backyard. Note: It contains Sodium Coco Sulfate which is a derivative of coconut. It is less irritating than Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and does NOT have the carcinogens that Sodium Lauryl Sulfate has.
Re-purchase: Maybe. I would have to justify this one pretty hard. It’s a great product, from a great company, but it’s also on the higher end, $-wise.