Because I am the principal writer for a British beauty site, my readers often want information on the latest or greatest beauty products. Consequently, I’m always trying out something new so I can pass along what I learn to my readers.
My latest trial was L’Oreal’s EverPure Moisture Shampoo; more specifically their Moisture Shampoo. Luckily, I didn’t have to buy the product since it came free with another hair care product that I purchased recently.
First, let me say that I haven’t really found a L’Oreal hair care product that I haven’t liked. Despite the discouragement of my hairdresser to continue using L’Oreal, I find their products work wonderfully on my hair.
Although the first EverPure Product I tried didn’t work as well as I wanted, that didn’t discourage me from wanting to try this one. I need a shampoo that will help extend my hair color so that I don’t have to color so often. That isn’t good for my fragile, aging hair.
L’Oreal’s EverPure Moisture Shampoo promises an anti-fade system that contains no harsh salts and that is free of harmful sulfates. The shampoo is made from natural botanicals and, as a bonus, 100% vegan in nature. You just gotta love that.
The product also promises to cleanse hair safely without removing vital oils. It also puts nourishing moisture back into the hair shaft in order to revitalize and repair already damaged hair. Finally, the rich moisture it provides assures hair that is soft, silky and manageable. That is a dream come true for any woman.
Ingredients include fruit oil, fragrance, glycerin, juniper oil, rosemary leaf oil and water. They also include amodimethicone, benzophenone-3, benzylalcohol, benzylsalicylate, citric acid, cocamidopropyl betaine, C11-15 pareth-7, C12-13 pareth 3, C12-13 pareth-23, carbomer, decyl glucose, disodium laureth ethsolfosuccinate and devinyldimethicone/dimethicone copolyomer. Finally, they include glycereth-26, gylco disterate, hexyl cinnamal, laureth-9, limone, linalool, PEG-55 methyl-chloroisothiazolinone, methylisothiazolinone, propylene glycol oleate, polyquaternium-7, polyquaternium 10 methyl paraben, PPG-5-sereth-20, sodium cocoyl isethionate, sodium hydroxide, sodium laurel sulfocetate, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, tocopherol and trideth-12.
Using the shampoo is easy. First, wet hair thoroughly. Then pour about a nickel sized portion of the shampoo into the pal of your hand. Work the product through the hair beginning at the roots and moving to the tips. Lather and rinse. Complete a final rinse with cool water and apply conditioner if desired.
I like this shampoo. It does seem to help retain color and it works beautifully on my hair. Here is my summary review:
Effectiveness: 5 stars. L’Oreal’s EverPure Moisture Shampoo works beautifully.
Smell: 5 stars. The scent is pleasantly botanical in nature.
Variety: 5 stars. L’Oreal provides several EverPure hair care systems to choose from. These include Moisture, Smoothing and Volumizing lines.
Packaging: 5 stars. Each L’Oreal EverPure line is color-coded for easy reference. The moisture line comes in an orchid tube with a deep pink lid. Writing is done in black and pink. The EverPure logo is included on the front of the tube along with the L’Oreal label.
Ease of storage: 5 stars. The tube I received measure 5″ in height by just over 1.5″ in width and 1″ in depth. It is; however, a trial size. Standard tubes are slightly larger. They are still compact enough to fit in a drawer, medicine cabinet or vanity as well as most travel size bags.
Availability: 5 stars. L’Oreal products are sold internationally and can be found in beauty boutiques, discount department stores and drug stores. Some larger grocery chains also carry L’Oreal, although they may not carry the EverPure line.
Price: 5 stars. L’Oreal products are affordable in priced in line with most of their competitors.
Product purchase probability: 5 stars. I will definitely purchase this product over and over again.
Final rating: 5 stars. I love L’Oreal hair care products.
5 stars – outstanding
4 stars – good
3 stars – average
2 stars – below average
1 star – poor