Drugstore Diva: Herbal Essences Hydralicious Self Targeting Hair Care…

drugstorediva Drugstore Diva: Herbal Essences Hydralicious Self Targeting Hair Care...As you know, I am always on the lookout for a bargain…I do like to save money when I can.  Hair Care is usually where I like to experiment in the saving department.  One line that I have never tried since it’s re-vamp is Clairol Herbal Essences.  They have a new line of swirled shampoos called Self-Targeting.  The shampoos have a thick ribbon of red vanilla and whipped aloe that hydrate areas of the hair that need it but doesn’t overhydrate areas that are already healthy.  PERFECT for split ends…

The Self-targeting shampoos and conditioners smell berry sweet and the one thing that I noticed immediately was that the shampoo was way thicker than most I have used.  I actually used less product so a little goes a long way (a huge $$ saver).  The formula has a new polymer called “Liquid Crystal” which targets different surface charges.

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Which basically means, if you have chemically treated hair (perms, hair dye etc.)  you lose the negative charge n the surface of your hair which results in those nasty dry ends we all love to hate.  There are also re-conditioning and volumizing addiditons to the line so you can find one that is right for your hair.

All in all….my hair looked shiny, felt super clean even had some volume…all for about $4 each.  You can find Clairol Herbal Essences Self Targeted hair care at supermarkets and major drugstore retailers.  Or online at drugstore.com.

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  • http://highmaintenancewoman.blogspot.com MizzJ

    Interesting product and so cheap! As someone interested in scienc-y things, I do wonder how those polymers know how to target specific parts of your hair! Are the ends physically different somehow from the roots?

  • Cj

    well, the roots are closer to the scalp and is “newer”, so the roots are oilier than the ends, and the ends probably have a rougher exterior due to longer exposure to environmental damages.

  • Cj

    well, the roots are closer to the scalp and is “newer”, so the roots are oilier than the ends, and the ends probably have a rougher exterior due to longer exposure to environmental damages.

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