Monday, 10 December 2012

L'Oreal Everpure No Sulphates Shampoo And Hair Mask



After my rather wonderful encounter with L'Oreal's extraordinary oil I decided to try their even more recent line, the 'Everpure' line which features sulphate free (yes L'oreal even went to the trouble of changing the spelling throughout different countries) haircare at a low cost.

If you don't already know, sulphates strip the hair of moisture, colour and generally just any signs of life. Sulphate free products aren't incredibly available on the market at the minute unless you buy from salons which can cost a fortune. L'Oreal hopefully will lead the way in sulphate free haircare, just has others have done with ingredients such as Argan oil. But less of the background talk, let's get on to the products themselves!

The shampoo ideally should be used for people who use dyes, I myself do not so I can't fully test the colour claims. However, as a general everyday shampoo it works very very well. I'd say it's slightly better than the average shampoo, although nothing that will change the way you wash your hair. It lathers as any other would and adds noticeable moisture to the hair. It's not marketed as a volumizing shampoo yet I find it to be considerably better than those specifically designed to add volume and body to the hair when blow dried.

The mask is the better product out of the two for me. A little goes a long way in adding moisture and shine even to hair as long as mine. Did that just rhyme? I think it did. Hair masks in general seem to do nothing but good for hair, but this one goes above and beyond others I've tried. I would definitely recommend the mask to you guys. I think I'll stick to my Daniel Galvin shampoo though!  

The Everpure line also includes a conditioner and UV protecting spray.

6 comments :

  1. I just started using their sulfate free line. I am not sure how I like it quite yet. I just followed your blog from Monday Beauties Blog Hop.

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  2. I feel the same way about these products! I look for ways to reduce sulphates because I have a sensitive scalp, but I'm still on the search for my holy grail one :)

    xx Ellie
    www.ellalogy.com 

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  3. i tried the shampoo and conditioner and they are nice, its better there sulphate free!:)_

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  4. Oooo, this looks amazing! I love your pictures too! I have been trying out the Aussie 3 minute miracle and I love that so far, but I think I'll try this one next! :)

    http://www.carolineelvin.co.uk/ xx

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  5. I love non sulphate products. They always make my hair feel so much better! Plus, it's nice to know that it's healthier too!

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  6. If you want to try a range of sulphate free high street products, Naked is worth a try - Boots stock them and you can find their products at nakedbodycare.co.uk :) x

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