Tuesday, January 18, 2011

My #1 Shampoo: Peter Lamas Purifying shampoo

I've been talking about it for months but never gave you a formal review. Allow me to introduce you to my absolute FAVORITE shampoo.

Eva.


The Peter Lamas hair care line is a line you probably haven't heard much about. I think a lot of that has to do with the products being so hard to find. Because it's a luxury and natural line, you can find it at some salons and some natural food stores. But I couldn't find it in my Whole Foods here in Orlando, Florida. All is not lost because you can still order it online.


This shampoo uses wheatgrass to help remove any build-up and oil on the scalp and hair. It does all of this without stripping the hair of its moisture. Hence why I can use it every time I wash. I first knew of this shampoo's awesomeness when I found that it would leave my hair in superb condition after swimming. Chlorine is crap on anyone's hair but using this purifying shampoo allowed for me to wash and rinse my locs thoroughly. And Lord knows that's important when getting chlorine out of the hair.


The shampoo is without SLS, paraben-free, 100% vegan and includes organic ingredients. I can't quite put my finger on what it smells like but it's divine. It has a woods-y and clean smell that doesn't linger heavily after it's been washed out.

And it lathers like a regular shampoo.


It retails for a good $18 which is steep for a shampoo but gosh darn-it, I don't care. My locs adore this shampoo and I'll be using it for quite some time.

3 comments:

MsIndependent said...

Hey B. I thank you everytime i wash my hair for turning me on to these products. I Love the soy moisturizing one. The best!!

S said...

Do they have good moisturizing products as well?

alldaynatural said...

With such an enthusiastic review, this shampoo must be good. ;-) I'm going to check it out. The thermal setting spray looks interesting too...