Hi ladies! This is probably the last shampoo and conditioner review you will read on Gaby's Beauty Blog because I have announced on Twitter recently that I was going No 'Poo! It has been around a month now that I have stopped using shampoo and conditioner - yes, this review is a bit late - and I will have a new series on the blog called "Project No 'Poo" very soon. Stay tuned for my introduction to this project Monday!
The first thing I noticed about these products is their packaging - I have never seen anything similar to these bottles, which are 6.7 oz aluminium cans that actually provide the same amount of washings or conditionings as a 13 oz bottle of regular liquid shampoo or conditioner. This is achieved through the use of patented air powered technology, which is why these products look more like mousse than actual shampoo and conditioner.
L - R: Rejuvenating Pure Shampoo and Conditioner
Enriched with Amazon açai and babassu oil, Privé Concept Vert Rejuvenating Pure Shampoo rejuvenates hair with antioxidants and strengtheners as it gently nourishes and cleanses. The Rejuvenating Conditioner is a penetrating conditioner that rejuvenates hair with potent antioxidants and healing strengtheners. Both high-yield formulas expand into a rich, creamy foam that leaves the hair feeling and looking shiny, healthy, soft and supple.
I was seriously blown away the first time I used the shampoo and conditioner - both come out of their respective bottles as a thick mousse, which means that you need the smallest quantity of product to properly cover your hair. The shampoo is a bit more lightweight and airy than the conditioner, which is thicker and feels more like an actually volumizing mousse. They both just feel so luxurious and relaxing, and they make it so easy to properly wash and conditioner your hair. This was definitely a weird but interesting experience, but you can be sure that I did not want to go back to liquid shampoos and conditioners after using these products!
PRIVÉ Concept Vert Rejuvenating Pure Shampoo and Conditioner are available online and in salons for $28.00 and $30.00 respectively.
Disclaimer: One or more products were sent to me for consideration to review. I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the products were free absolutely does not influence my opinion.