Ecostore shampoo and conditioner

July 14, 2014

2014-06-Ecostore-condThis isn’t one of the more luxury brands around, but at $10 a bottle I did expect something a bit better for my dry and somewhat stressed hair.

I have no problem with cheaper brands of shampoo (truth be told, I think it’s an absolute rip off to be paying $20-$50 for shampoo and I’m sick to death of all the bullshit advertising that promises these hair detergents can actually repair your hair, but that’s a rant for another day).

These were OK, nothing more. My hair felt clean after using them, but not especially moisturised.

ECOSTORE shampoo & conditioner for dry, damaged or coloured hair (RRP $9.99 each for 220ml)


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