Along with my hair getting longer, I straighten it. It's not curly, more like very frizzy! It gets dry.
I think I finally found the shampoo I've been looking for.
It's called Pureauty Naturals Biotin Shampoo.
You can get it here: https://pureautynaturals.com/products/biotin-shampoo. All Pureauty products are made in the USA, which I can stand behind.
This shampoo is for thinning hair and hair loss. My hair has always felt thin in comparison to my sister's thick hair. Biotin shampoo pairs with a conditioner to support healthier, fuller-looking hair.
It came wrapped in plastic, to ensure there was no leaks in the shipping process. I'm not one for waisting packaging, but I have had liquid products leak so it's great they are careful with their product.
I've washed my hair(s) three times, since I got this shampoo. It makes my hair feel silky. I don't really feel the full feeling yet. Maybe that will come. I plan on using this shampoo after three washing of the other shampoo I have. Then it stays healthy, yet I use up product that's sitting around.
I like that this shampoo is for guys and girls. It's annoying to have tons of products in the shower just because brands market to one sex or another. This shampoo doesn't seem girly or masculine. It's just great shampoo.
What's in it?
Biotin oil, Pisum Sativum - Pea Sprout Extract and Pro-Vitamin B5
When I put it on my hand it's really clear. When I rub it into my hands it suds up a bit. Shampoos are actually best if they don't suds up a lot. If it does, that means that there's a lot of chemicals in it that are harmful.
If your hair(s) feel thin, and/or get dried out then this product is for you. Biotin Shampoos are popular hair thickening products for women. Ditch the hair loss treatments for hair growth. Natural shampoos are going to be important for hair health.
1 Bottle (Single Pack) - $26.45 per bottle | 3 Bottles (Recommended) - $21.50 per bottle | 6 Bottles (Super Saver) - $18.40 per bottle
I think that's a pretty good cost actually.
What shampoo do you use? What hair type do you have?
Disclaimer: I got this product for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.