Tuesday, 11 September 2012

My hair saviour - L'oreal Professionel Inoa Shampoo Review

A review of the shampoo that has saved my hair.
I'm sure you have all heard of the in-salon hair colour Inoa which is said to be an ammonia-free permanent hair colour, and kinder to hair and scalp. I have yet to have my hair coloured by this as I don't go to salons to get my hair dyed often if I'm honest, I'm a bit of a DIY'er.
Through being a DIY'er this summer I wrecked my hair by applying highlights, which dried the hell out of my hair and made me curse myself for ever thinking it was a good idea, Grrr.
So after trying several different shampoos and conditioners this was the one that pampered and babied my frazzled hair most.

So here is my attempt of a shampoo review.

Claims: The L'oreal Inoa website says: Enriched with argan oil and green tea extracts the no sulphate shampoo helps protect INOA colour treated hair, leaving hair feeling silky with dazzling shine.

What the bottle says

Who's it for: Anyone with coloured, damaged hair.

Texture: This product has a lovely, creamy consistency which is moisturising and rinses out easily.

Smell: Lightly fruity I'd say, nothing overpowering.

Packaging: The packaging is a sleek tube, and easy to squeeze. The only qualms I have about the bottle is the screw off top which can be a pain as the product runs out quickly and screwing the cap back on can be a bit of a pain with wet hands.

Price: I paid £10.80 in my local hairdressers but you can buy it at feelunique.com for £8.85
In my opinion the price is good as it is a salon shampoo,and a little goes a long way.

Product Size: 250ml

(List of ingredients, sorry for shabby picture the curvature of the bottle made it impossible to show the whole list).

Sulphate free
Doesn't fade colour

None, I just don't like the screw cap.

Would I buy it again?:
Yes, definitely. Has really made my hair more manageable when other shampoos could not. This shampoo doesn't strip hair, and also doesn't leave a gum like film on hair.
I shall be buying the conditioner next, but for the moment I'm using Paul Mitchell's Strengthening conditioner along with it which is working well as a combination.

Result: Shiny, moisturised, tamed, manageable, happy hair ;)

I hope this review helps :)

1 comment:

  1. Nice Post! Thanks..



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