Sebamed Repair Shampoo
I hate to think of myself as a hair expert because my hair (scalp, too) and I ARE NOT ON THE SAME PAGE. You hear that, hair? You’re a crazy piece of dead skin. Sometimes I feel like I want to shave you off and just wear a wig 4evr. Yes, that’s a threat. You better not forget it.
Anyhoo, I’ve been sticking to only one shampoo for most of this year - Head & Shoulders, so boring I know, but it’s the only one that doesn’t break me out. Every time I try a new shampoo and it seems to not give me pimples I get all excited. Finally, something that doesn’t dry my hair like crazy! Could it be the one? But it never is.
This time I’m really liking something from a brand that I have tried and enjoyed before - Sebamed. I've reviewed the facial wash and shampoo if you remember! I like Sebamed's products because they're formulated for sensitive skin; they're are gentle while still being effective for babies and adults. Sebamed used to be hard to find before, but now you can spot one in major Watsons branches. There's a prominent display in SM Aura Watsons.
Okay, let's talk about the Sebamed Repair Shampoo. It's meant for dry, stressed, and damaged hair. I don't think of my hair as damaged because I barely style it, but it is very dry and very stressed. The Repair Shampoo helps a ton! It moisturizes, cleans, and softens my hair.
I like that don't get dandruff and any extra hair fall from it. My favorite part, however, is that it doesn't break me out. Not yet anyway. Maybe eventually. But I've been using for over a month now and so far my skin is clear.
The shampoo is clear. It lathers generously and washes off easily.
The shampoo has an overal soapy scent, with a bit of herby and floral notes thrown in. That's a far cry from the other Sebamed shampoo I had before. That one smelled overwhelmingly of soap.
So yes, two thumbs up! Sebamed also has a Hair Repair Conditioner to match the shampoo. It's a nice conditioner but I use it sparingly, if at all. I just apply some when my hair is feeling extra dry.
And that's that. Let me know what you think! Have you tried a Sebamed product before?
Aside from Watsons, you can find Sebamed in PCX and First Aid stores.