My friends over at Adovia have sent me another present! You might remember this lovely teal labeling from my reviews of their mud mask and facial soap? Either way, I have been treated pretty darn well by this company AND by their wonderful products!
This time 'round, I was sent a bottle of Adovia's Dead Sea Mud Shampoo! Muddy... shampoo? I know it's what you're thinking, I was a bit skeptical too! But hey, I love this company and I'll try anything once! So here we go!
I'm sure you're well-versed in the skin benefits of Dead Sea Mud by now! Their shampoo has the same healing capabilities when applied to your scalp, delivering minerals, hydration, and itchiness relief. Add in chamomile and olive oil, and your scalp will never feel better!
Rather unfortunately for me, my scalp didn't need any of that goodness and the shampoo itself didn't do anything magnificent for my hair. It cleans my hair well enough, making it a decent basic shampoo. I actually added some rosewater to my bottle because it tangled my hair something fierce when I first started using it. The rose water and the AH-amazing conditioner Adovia also sent me (review to come soon, pinky sear!) and that problem sorted itself out easily enough!
Looks like Unicorn blood, doesn't it Potter heads? Fingers crossed I don't turn into You-Know-Who!
I'm not sure if this is just because I have exceedingly thick hair, but I have also found myself needing to use a LOT of this silvery product to get it to sued and clean. Just something to be aware of, I guess?
I've come to associate Adovia with high-quality, must-have, miracles-in-solid-form, and this shampoo just didn't live up to my previous goodies! I wish it worked better for me because it smells great and I (quite obviously) adore Adovia... but nope. Nada. *mope*
Have you ever had this kind of product let-down (is "heartbreak" too strong of a word?)?
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.