Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Follicleanse Shampoo Review

Thanks to Healthy Hair Plus for providing me with a sample of Follicleanse Shampoo!

I'm generally not that picky about the shampoo I use.  Usually I get whatever I can find on sale and with coupons.  But those products aren't always the best to care for my hair.

So I was really excited to try out Follicleanse Shampoo - would it really make a difference in my hair?

The makers of Follicleanse, Healthy Hair Plus, claim that Follicleanse deep cleans the dirt, oil and product build-up in hair. It eliminates dandruff, oily scalp, and flaking. Follicleanse reduces oil production from sebaceous glands and infuses vitamins and botanicals to heal and revitalize. They also claim that it increase blood flow to the scalp and helps stop DHT accumulation that can cause hair thinning and loss.

Follicleanse is an herbal shampoo. And who doesn't love the smell of an herbal shampoo? But the herbs aren't there just to make your hair smell nice, they also claim to help with your hair! Fenugreek is a natural stimulant that increases blood supply including oxygen and vital nutrients to the root. And ivy burdock, thyme and sage all work to prevent and cleanse DHT while stimulating blood flow.

So, I gave Follicleanse a try. Did it do everything it claimed?

First, I really liked the light green color of the shampoo. It's really pretty, and it smells great, too! I put my hands together to make a lather, and I was a little surprised that the shampoo didn't lather up like a lot of other products. I do like a good lather, so that was a little disappointing.

I washed my hair with the shampoo, and everything seemed pretty normal, nothing special. But when I was done washing, I noticed that my hair didn't seem as oily as it does - it did a good job of getting rid of the dirt and oil from my hair. I also noticed that my scalp was tingling! What a neat feeling! I don't know if it's tingling because my scalp's blood supply was increased by the herbs, but whatever the cause, it's a good feeling.

I don't really know if Follicleanse's claims to improve the health of your hair are true or not, and it's not something I can really evaluate. All I can say is that I really enjoyed using the shampoo!

Would you like to try Follicleanse? You can order it through the Healthy Hair Plus website. It's also available through Amazon.com.  You won't be disappointed!

(I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy for more information.)


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