Aubrey Egyptian Henna Shine-Enhancing Shampoo -- 11 fl oz
Love this shampoo
I have naturally curly hair, weak curl definition, but it is weighted down easily. It's tricky for me to find a good shampoo.
I was so upset when Aubrey discontinued Blue Green Algae (BGA) and this was what they recommended I try when I called.
I give it 4 stars instead of 5 because in my opinion BGA was a better product than this.
This shampoo does not have a strong lather, but please realize this is one of the most natural shampoos on the market. Even other "natural" brands use forms of sulfates to make their shampoos lather.
Egyptian Henna does not have any form or fashion of a sulfate. Do not expect a big lather.
You only need a small amount of this shampoo to clean your hair! You work it through your hair and use some gentle manual scrubbing. It cleans beautifully.
I can see where it would strip someone's hair if they kept using more and more trying to get a good lather.
This shampoo leaves a wonderful shine to my hair and cleans it well without stripping it or weighing it down.
I use the Green Tea Cream Rinse along with it and it's great!
March 28, 2013
am a bit disappointed
I have oily hair and normally shampoos every day during the summer. was happy that Aubrey has made another new shampoo for my hair type but was disappointed that this shampoo doesn't lather as well as the blue chamomile shampoo, the calaguala shampoo, or the green tea shampoo. I have to use quite a lot of it in order to be able to clean my hair, so I think I'll go through the bottle in a short time. Not the best value if compared with the other formulas mentioned.
July 29, 2010
Too strong for my hair
I have fine, curly, and what I thought was oily hair but turns out is actually more normal hair. I purchased 8 different Aubrey Organics products to try and find the best fit for me. Egyptian Henna Shampoo was too strong for my hair - I didn't have to wash it for 7 days! The three shampoos that did work were: Camomile Luxurious, Primrose & Lavender, Calaguala Fern. Even though Calaguala Fern is recommended for oily hair, it didn't strip everything out of my hair like the Egyptian Henna did.
May 7, 2010