Review: Clear Scalp and Hair Beauty Therapy

Review: Clear Scalp and Hair Beauty Therapy

It’s official!

I have a new drugstore favorite shampoo and conditioner!


Thanks to all who voiced their opinions on my facebook page last month…I love hearing from you and it is one of my favorite ways to find new products to love. For the last few days I have really been enjoying the Clear Scalp and Hair Beauty Therapy Shampoo and Conditioner.

I bought the set created for Damage and Color Repair, which won out just slightly over Volumizing Root Boost. I was please to find quite the range of options, in addition to the ones that I was torn between, there was also Frizz Control, Total Care, Strong Lengths, Dandruff Control or Ultra Shea. Each bottle retailed for $4.99 and I got mine at Target.

The selling point of this line is that it nourishes the scalp, and the products I chose contain a number of beneficial oils: sunflower, sweet almond, and coconut, along with aloe vera and lysine. There are no claims that the products is paraben-free, although I don’t see any parabens listed.

Some of the first ingredients listed are Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (a sudsing agent) and Fragrance–not surprising considering the price point. As I’ve said before, you do pay for what you get, and when looking for drugstore bargains, I don’t expect to get $30 quality for $5–what I am expecting is good basic cleansing from the shampoo and detangling from the conditioner, that’s all! So far, I’ve enjoyed that the shampoo cleans all my product residue from my hair and I don’t usually need to lather twice. Also, I don’t have to use gobs of conditioner in my long hair to get a comb through it. I don’t notice a film on my hair and it blow dries nice and bouncy–just like I like it. It also air dries smoothly if I skip the blow dryer. (Just ask my stylist, I usually ask for Mermaid or Victoria’s Secret model hair. I can’t help it.)

I look forward to trying some of the other recommendations you all raved about! With 5 people swearing by the Clear Scalp and Hair Beauty Therapy though, I had to try these first! For a readily available, affordable brand, I think these are pretty sweet!

What do you think–have you tried any Clear products? What’s your fave drugstore shampoo and conditioner?

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Stay Pretty ladies!

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