I have always, throughout my entire life, had extremely healthy hair. I never put harsh chemicals in it, no hair spray or styling gel; I never even used a blow dryer. The result was thick, shiny hair that I wore at my waist. In school, every time I sat at a desk, if my hair was not up in a high ponytail or a bun, it got stuck in the plastic of the attached desk chair, or I sat on it; it was not very pleasant. In the ninth grade, after literally months of thought, yet unable to put up with a mane of hair so long that I could barely wash, condition, and brush it on my own, I got it cut. I donated 15 inches of hair to Locks of Love and it was still down to my shoulders. It was quite a drastic change, and it also seemed to change the life of my hair. It never did grow back quite the same; I developed a subtle wave after always having very straight hair, and it started to thin out. Coupled with age and a few sad genes thrown into the mix, my hair continued to thin throughout early adulthood and it has also become more wavy and just plain unmanageable. After a lifetime of never having to worry about what I used to washed my hair and merely avoiding harsh chemicals and intense heat to keep it at its healthiest, I started trying a myriad of different shampoos and conditioners just trying to find the right combination that would turn my hair back into the strong, healthy, and vibrant locks that I had taken for granted before.
I was riding that hair product carousel when I tried out the new Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy shampoo and conditioner that was included in the Influenster Summer Beauty VoxBox I received. After the very first time I used this brand of shampoo and conditioner, I immediately noticed that not only did it smell absolutely amazing, it also made my hair very soft. I didn’t have one single knot after using the conditioner, and I couldn’t help but want to constantly run my fingers through my hair. Into my second week of using these products, the softness was still there, as well as a drastic difference in how much healthier my hair looked and felt. It was no longer clogging the drain after a shower, nor was it falling out in multiple strands as I ran a brush through it. My hair had obviously become much stronger, it developed a healthy shine instead of being dry and dull, and it was much more manageable.
While most shampoos and conditioners typically work to treat and strengthen the ends of your hair, Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy products have been infused with Nutrium 10™ technology and formulated with a rich blend of vitamins and nutrients that feed and nourish the scalp, creating the right foundation for strong hair from root-to-tip.
The consistency of both the Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy shampoo and conditioner is very thick, so I used about a quarter of the amount of product I would normally use, which worked out great! Instead of making my hair feel heavy and weighed down, it had the exact opposite effect, leaving it light and able to breathe.
I used every last drop of the trial size Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy shampoo and conditioner I received, and promptly proceeded to purchase the full size product in the Strong Lengths formula. I am currently in the process of growing my hair out again with the intention of donating it, and the Strong Lengths shampoo and conditioner is formulated to encourage hair growth and restore the scalp’s natural moisture balance. There are a range of six shampoos and five conditioners available by Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy, all of which are outlined in detail on their website.
I am so impressed with Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy and will definitely continue to buy this brand of shampoo and conditioner from now on.
Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy products are available at mass retailers, select drugstores, and supermarkets nationwide for a suggested retail price of $4.99 to $5.99.
I received Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy shampoo and conditioner in my Summer Beauty VoxBox for review due to my participation in the Influenster community. No other compensation was received, and opinions are my own. You can sign up for an Influenster account here.