Do Cleansing Conditioners Really Work?

Do Cleansing Conditioners Really Work?

Lately, the hair care world has been clamoring for the L’Oreal Paris’ EverCreme Sulfate-Free Moisture System Cleansing Conditioner, a revolutionary one-step hair care system that’s sulfate-free, paraben-free, and 100 percent vegan. It also promises to nourish and transform your hair without the bubbles. So, we asked three reviewers to put it to the test. Does it live up to its claims?

Find out

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6 Responses to Do Cleansing Conditioners Really Work?

  1. Glori April 23, 2012 at 5:37 am #

    I’m so excited to try this. Do you know if it is available in Canada? and if yes, where and if not, where? Thanks.

  2. Glori April 23, 2012 at 5:38 am #

    I meant,,. if not, “when”?…ooops

  3. Henna April 23, 2012 at 8:00 am #

    Glori, I haven’t seen this on the market yet, so I don’t think it’s available to us yet. HOWEVER, L’Oreal Professional has a new cleansing balm in their Absolut Repair line. I’m going to try that next and compare it to the Wen cleansing conditioner that I tried.

  4. Lisa April 24, 2012 at 2:52 pm #

    I have seen this at my local Walmart about a month ago. I was going to purchase but instead went for the shampoo and conditioner from the same line. It was ok but I found the scent way too strong for me.

  5. Glori April 27, 2012 at 5:07 am #

    Thanks Henna…I’m looking forward to your review of the L’Oreal Professional cleansing balm.

    I just found, purchased and tried the EverCreme cleansing conditioner. I should say that I have also (in the past) used the DevaCurl and Wen lines.

    The EverCreme (cleansing conditioner) is a welcome addition to the Co-wash process being that it is affordable and easily available (local). I’ve only used it once so far and realize it is not enough to keep my very thick coarse hair hydrated on it’s own. (I happen to like the vanilla blend which was strong to start but faded by the time my hair dried)

    This morning I’m going to add some leave in conditioner and gel…both DevaCurl. I haven’t used ‘shampoo’ in years and look forward to great ongoing results with the EverCreme product.

    Henna, thanks for bringing this product to my attention :)

  6. Henna April 28, 2012 at 7:43 pm #

    Thanks for posting your own review of EverCreme! I kind of want to try the product for myself.

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