12 Apr (Review) Garnier Launches Pure Clean Shampoo, Conditioner, Haircare Line
Launched right in time for Earth Month and Earth Day, Garnier’s new Pure Clean haircare line features arguably the best shampoo, conditioner and styling product we have tested (I know, that’s a tall claim).
98% derived from natural ingredients, the line is formulated with the clean holding properties of acacia gum, beeswax, and a natural sugar compound. Here are some of the products and how they measure up:
Pure Clean Styling Gel: This offers a 24 hour CLEAN hold. It really truly does feel squeaky clean. $4.89.
Pure Clean Smoothing Cream: This smoothing cream is one of the BEST products we’ve seen yet (drugstore or luxury combined) that really and truly provides frizz control. I won’t lie, it does make your strands feel a tad heavy (although the bottle says “No Heaviness”) but there’s nothing greasy about it at all. I loved the end result — a completely flyaway-less head of hair. Buy this in multiples before it sells out. $4.89.
Pure Clean Finishing Paste. Non sticky and as fragrant as the hills. This is a product that’s truly unisex too. $4.89.
Pure Clean Shampoo & Conditioner: The formulation has no parabens, silicone or dye and promises a cleansing experience that doesn’t weigh the hair down. It really does that and more. My hair felt super squeaky clean and the smell was divine. Add to that that the shampoo leaves behind less residuals, and you have a win win. The bottles are made of PET and contain widely recycled plastic. Best of all, Garnier formed a partnership with Terracycle, which is a recycling company that will pay YOU to ship empty bottles to them, and also give 2 cents per bottle to you. How’s that for smarts?
Tell us, have you tried the new Garnier Pure Clean Shampoo and Conditioner and styling products? What did you think? Let us know in a comment below.
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– Charu Suri
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