Pantene PRO V Hair Fall Control Shampoo
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  • I bought Pantene hair fall control due to its imposing size – at 400 ml, the bottle’s amount seem to intimidate other squat brands
  • I thought of it like a dry shampoo being essentially ‘hair fall controlling’ but it was quite the contrary
  • I like to start on my roots when washing my hair, this wraps it to a cashmere-like softness, making it a breeze to gather my long hair to a bun
  • I recommend the shampoo for a boost of moisture, but for sensitive types, I don’t suggest the product as it contains a chemical sulfactant – xylene sulfonate


    • by jhunie

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      I’m currently wrestling with financial constraints because of strained bank relations. I’m really not savvy when it comes to banking transactions, to the point of losing my credit card, along with it goes the power to buy overseas which practically means that shopping online is no longer possible. It’s depressing to be a crippled consumer, as opposed to the overcompensate consumer that I used to be. Now I have to stick with whatever products are available in my vicinity, a throwback to the basics. I bought Pantene hair fall control due to its imposing size – at 400 ml, the bottle’s amount seem to intimidate other squat brands. Not that the container matters at all, rather I had a positive feeling

      the shampoo was good after knowing that the free complimentary supplies, shampoo in particular sampled from a previous stay in a hotel was actually Pantene.

      I thought of it like a dry shampoo being essentially ‘hair fall controlling’ but it was quite the contrary. The shampoo is generally very rich, a significant quality I loved so much about it. It felt better than the small packets provided by the hotel. Moisturizing those dried locks should be easily resolved by this hydrating shampoo. I like to start on my roots when washing my hair, this wraps it to a cashmere-like softness, making it a breeze to gather my long hair to a bun. As I engage the shampoo throughout the entire length of

      my hair shaft, it covers smoothly and slowly suppresses texture with a satin richness.

      If you’re looking for a texturizing shampoo, then this is not the product to buy. The shampoo doesn’t feel right for my curly waves, in fact, it blurs the wavy tendrils against each other without adding a styling mouse/cream. I also found my hair to slide off easily when adding some minor styling such as doing a high ponytail or clipping my hair to crop its length. The hair accessories don’t hold for too long. However, this smoothing shampoo helps me to make hair manageable, my hair don’t tend to get rebellious even while putting it down.

      The shampoo isn’t creamy. It has a semi-fluid consistency, like half conditioner ...


      • Pantene PRO V Hair Fall Control Shampoo
      and shampoo, although it’s not as runny as conditioners. The shampoo is perfumed too, a very girly scent that sweetly smells of candy. It has a milky color. The only thing I didn’t like was dispensing too much. In every wash, I needed to pour 3 times to cover mostly the scalp running toward the ends. The shampoo melts on the spot and lathers weakly so it shouldn’t please those who prefer a bubbly cleansing hair wash. In the past 7 days of using Pantene, I still see some hair tangled on my brush and a few falling on the floor. It’s just the normal rate I guess, but it wouldn’t be wise to say the product is ineffective judging
      by that short span of time.

      I recommend the shampoo for a boost of moisture, but for sensitive types, I don’t suggest the product as it contains a chemical sulfactant – xylene sulfonate. Housed in a tall bottle with a deeply lidded mouth, I thought there was much space on top as you open the container to pour an amount. It’s a strange container, though I’m not sure what is the proper mechanics of it, I suppose the extra space on top should prevent the shampoo from spilling out. This product costs 4.50 dollars, it’s dirt cheap for that large amount. I rate the shampoo 8 out of 10.




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Nimesh Meghwal says :

re : I recommend the shampoo for a boost of moisture, but for sensitive types, I don’t suggest the product as it contains a chemical sulfactant – xylene sulfonate
I’m using Pantene for my hairs and this is helping me very much. Since I’ve used it,i have felt so many changes in my hairs. My hairs were falling at a time and i decided to choose Pantene and really it have worked. 400ml bottle is enough for me and also enough for me to make my hair silky.

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