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  • Okay, they may not all be in my house now, but if I were to put together all the products I've bought and tried over the past year, I'd definitely be up there in my collection, and it's all thanks to a friend of mine who demanded that I take better care of myelf and pamper myself on a regular basis
  • I love nice shampoos though, so I'm always looking for one that will do the job I need it to do and smell nice as well and not irritate my sense of smell in the process
  • The Desert Essence Organics Hair Care Red Raspberry Shampoo cost me almost $10, which is pricey, even by my standards, when I like to buy salon type products
  • Shine I don't really have a problem with, unfortunately
  • There are natural oils in here, such as jojoba oil, so I worried that might be a bit too much for my fine and thining hair, but I have to say that I actually didn't experience too much problem in that regard


    • by Anasuya
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      I had seen the Desert Essence Organics line of shampoos may times in the CVS near my house, and because I’m a shampoo and bath and body product obsessive collector, I had thought about trying this a half a dozen times before finally buying it. I have pretty much my own store worth of products in my house. Okay, they may not all be in my house now, but if I were to put together all the products I’ve bought and tried over the past year, I’d definitely be up there in my collection, and it’s all thanks to a friend of mine who demanded that I take better care of myelf and pamper myself on a regular basis. I usually pass up the shampoos though, because they can be pretty floral in smell, which seems to aggrivate my sinuses and gives me headaches. I Have a very limited capacity to deal with obnoxious smells, and sometimes, even when I smell shampoos or perfumes on my friends, I’ve found myself needing to

      leave the room and get a breath of fresh air, because I’ll feel sick and my throat will start to close up. Pretty close to an asthma attack. I love nice shampoos though, so I’m always looking for one that will do the job I need it to do and smell nice as well and not irritate my sense of smell in the process.

      The Desert Essence Organics Hair Care Red Raspberry Shampoo cost me almost $10, which is pricey, even by my standards, when I like to buy salon type products. Especially considering it comes in a very small 8 oz squeeze bottle that looks more like a lotion bottle than a shampoo bottle. Fits nicely in my limited shower space, though, so that was the one thing I appreciated about it’s size and shape. Also, because the bottle is very malleable, it’s easy to squeeze and get the most of it, without having to keep the bottle turned upside down. Also, another thing I really liked about the Desert Essence ...


      • Organics Hair Care Red Raspberry Shampoo was that it used NATURAL red raspberry extract to get the smell. It wasn’t loaded with artificial fragrances which are typically the culprits when my sinuses go haywire.

        I read, as well, that Red Raspberry extract helps to strength hair and promote shine. Shine I don’t really have a problem with, unfortunately. I have naturally very oily hair, so I have to be careful of products that are heavy in nature or having heavy ingredients like conditioners. There are natural oils in here, such as jojoba oil, so I worried that might be a bit too much for my fine and thining hair, but I have to say that I actually didn’t experience too much problem in that regard. Granted, I couldn’t go a whole 24 hours out and about without re-shampooing, as my hair always looks greasy and weighed down after an eight hour shift at work when using normal shampoo. But this shampoo definitely got me through a day of work without any problems,

        and my hair still felt soft and flowing by the end of the day. It didn’t start to get naturaly weighed down until about ten hours after I had shampooed, which is like a record for any shampoo product for me.

        And the smell… I can’t forget the smell, which is what ultimately made it all worth it to me. There was nothing perfume-y or fake about the smell of this shampoo. It was mild and natural, but still lasting enough that those near me could smell it (at least the important people). Of course, random people just passing me on the street probably would’nt have smelled it, but that’s okay with me. I could smell it and it actually had a strangely therapuetic and calming aromatherapy type of affect on me, which I hadn’t been expecting. It’s a fantastic shampoo and one of my favorites. I change out my shampoo regularly so my hair doesn’t get too used to any single one, but this is a shampoo I’ll be revisiting as often as possible.




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