I am writing a few posts on shampoo because it affects the scalp, which is skin. And also because while researching the pH of facial products, I learned that pH is also important for shampoo/conditioner. A high pH shampoo may lead to cuticle damage and frizzy hair. When I was researching pH strips, I found a lot of comments made by women who were using them to test their hair products because they wanted to reduce frizz.
I’m a big fan of Davines products in general. I really like the Well-Being Shampoo from their naturaltech line and love the artwork on the bottle. I recently switched to silicone-free hair products and was happy to find that they offer a lot of shampoos and conditioners that are silicone-free.
pH Level: 5.5
Ingredients*: Water, Sodium Lauroyl Methyl Isethionate, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Glycerin, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Acrylates/C10 30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Glycol Distearate, Echinacea Pallida Extract, Polyquaternium 10, Coco Glucoside, Polyquaternium 67, Polysorbate 20, Glyceryl Stearate, Glyceryl Oleate, Sodium Chloride, Trisodium Ethylenediamine Disuccinate, Disodium EDTA, Benzyl Alcohol, Sodium Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Limonene, Hexyl Cinnamal, Citric Acid, Fragrance
Mia’s review: This shampoo is marketed as being hydrating for all hair types. I’ve used nearly an entire bottle of this and have not found it to be drying at all. When I first started using this, I thought it didn’t lather/foam enough and then I must’ve gotten used to it. A couple of weeks ago I again was thinking I wanted more lather so started researching new shampoos. But then today, I thought that it did lather enough. So just be warned that compared to regular shampoos (i.e., ones that aren’t marketed as natural) it lathers/foams less but it still might be enough for you.