As I said in my eariler post today, the most exciting part of the L’Oréal Paris EverCrème Collection is the first to mass EverCrème Cleansing Conditioner. It changes the way you wash your hair.
This no lather cleansing conditioner acts as a shampoo and deep conditioner in one. Hair is simply left healthy and hydrated hair - the natural way. It is made for those with thick, curly or very dry hair. Even though I have very dry hair, it is very fine, and this product gently cleanses and deeply hydrates my hair without weighing it down.
I need 12 pumps of product to thoroughly cleanse my hair, and I leave it on for about five minutes in the shower. With WEN, I use 8 pumps, but the pump on WEN is larger. It looks to be about the same amount of product. The difference is in the small. WEN has very strong, invigorating oils, which I miss in this. The EverCrème Cleansing Conditioner has a very rich, soft and creamy fragrance to it. What I do not miss is the price tag difference from WEN. With shipping, my 32 oz. of WEN costs me $58.88, or $1.84 an ounce. EverCrème Cleansing Conditioner costs $6.99 for 8.3 oz, making it just 84 cents per ounce. Yes - you are saving $1.00 per ounce. While the savings is HUGE, I am not sacrificing the condition of my hair. My hair is left very soft and manageable; the frizz is less and my hair overall, looks and performs better when using a cleansing conditioner.
Again, I cannot express how happy I am that L’Oréal Paris has brought the first cleansing conditioner to mass market. EverCrème Cleansing Conditioner now has a permanent place in my shower.
I really hope you give L’Oréal Paris EverCrème Cleansing Conditioner a try. I honestly cannot remember my hair before using a cleansing conditioner. Look for it at your favorite drugstore or mass retailer today.