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Christophe Robin Cleansing Purifying Sea-Salt Scrub



Before using this, I had never tried a purifying shampoo before. What even is a purifying shampoo? A purifying shampoo is simply an intense shampoo that removes all traces including the build up of products on your hair; restoring the natural oils back into your hair... fresh as a daisy!

I like to use this a couple of times a month and a normal shampoo every three to four days. I don't use a lot of products on my hair on a daily basis unless I am curling my hair in which case I use heat protectant, hair spray and hair shine mist. My hair to no surprise will always feel a little dry the next day so I love this sea salt scrub to remove every trace of product making it feel a lot more cleaner, healthier and smelling fresh!

The consistency is a little weird and I found it a little hard to apply on my scalp at first purely because the texture is a little dry however, adding a little water to the mixture lathers it up whilst not losing the salt texture within the consistency. It says you only need around a teaspoon size but my hair is long and thick so I find myself 'scooping' three times. However, it is a pricy product so I have mixed one scoop with a normal shampoo before which has worked just as good. If anything, the normal shampoo helps to lather it up even more!

All in all, this is a fantastic purifying shampoo and I can totally understand why it is over the £30 mark. I've been using this for a good couple of months now and I'm about half way through the pot which is pretty good! 

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2 comments

  1. I've never heard of a scalp scrub before, but I'd actually be interested in trying this, I use sooo much hairspray and dry shampoo so need something good to get that out!

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  2. Sounds like a pretty interesting product and you seem quite satisfied with it, but £37 is quite a lot.. I think i'd be a bit begrudged paying that much unless I'd been able to try it before hand! x

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