- Safe for color-treated hair
- For dry or damaged hair, safe for color-treated hair
- 17 herbs, plant extracts and essential oils to hydrate dry hair, ph balanced, no sodium lauryl sulfate
This has a light scent. It does not suds up much. Less suds supposedly equals more moisture but I end up using double the amount to feel like I have covered all my hair. I stopped using it after a half of a bottle because it just seemed to cause build up on my scalp and my hair felt yucky. Now I’m using it up as a hand soap. I may go back to the John Masters Honey Hibiscus shampoo which has more suds, a little goes a long way and does not cause build up even though it costs more. I just wish they weren’t so pricey.
I don’t know effective
Since I have used it, I haven’t know this one’s effective.This product’s perfume is a very good and I like perfume.Maybe, I repeat this item.
Love the smell, don’t love the small bottle!
I am a big reviewer, because I read a million reviews before I buy. I think this is one of the best organic shampoos I’ve used, but I don’t like how small the bottle is, or how my hair gets greasy looking after 2 days. Usually my hair lasts at least 3. I will definitely keep using this until I find something better. Another con: the bottle is extremely small! I don’t even use a lot, and this bottle lasts me less than a month 🙁 Bummer, for the price.
Need to use a lot to clean hair
I have shoulder length, bleached straight hair. I had to use a lot of this to clean my scalp, while I’ve tried other organic shampoos that need only a pea size amount to lather well. The scent is pleasant and herby, but not as good as the other JMO shampoos. The JMO Honey Hibiscus shampoo needs only a small pinch while I had to use like 1/5th the whole bottle of this for the same effect.
Great Product overall
I have no comlaints about this shampoo. It’s natural and smells great and I may even try it again. I have dry hair, and it’s only working so-so in that department. Im looking for somehting super hydrating, so I may have to keep looking.