Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Product Review: Loreal Fall Repair 3X Anti-Hair Fall Shampoo




Product Description:
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Ingredients:



Texture & Scent:



This shampoo is pretty runny, so it spreads easily unto your hair. It foams up nicely too:



This has a nice floral scent which I'm ok with! :)


Packaging:


This shampoo comes in a plastic bottle with a flip top cap. This travels pretty well - I bought mine in Krabi and the lid did not bust open throughout the Krabi - Khao Lak - Phuket - Hatyai - Penang roadtrip! :D

The dispensing hole:




Price & Availability:
This shampoo is priced at RM18.90 for 350ml. There's also a smaller 180ml bottle, and it goes for RM11.90. This shampoo should be available at all Watsons, Guardian and Caring Pharmacies as well as your local Supermarket :)


My $0.02:

I'm pretty devoted to my Pantene Hair Fall Control Shampoo, and it has been part of my shower rack staple for the past 4 years now. While I love how effective the Pantene one is at curbing hair fall, I detest its sickly sweet Honeydew Melon scent. So when this launched I thought I'd give it a try, since this one smells ALOT better than the Pantene one! :D

Did I like it?

No. Not enough to replace the Pantene, unfortunately. While one cleanses my hair pretty well, it leaves my hair feeling a tad drier than what I'd like (nothing a good hair mask cannot fix though). I also find this not as effective as the Pantene one at preventing hair fall. I know they have a tonic out for this very purpose (and have read a few rave reviews about it), but if I were to compare shampoo to shampoo, this one clearly doesn't work as well the Pantene one!

All is not lost though - this is quite cheap (and it goes on sale often!). Its available everywhere and if you don't have a chronic hair fall problem like I do, you may like this one! :)

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While I love how this cleanses my hair well and how affordable it is, it doesn't work as well as the Pantene Hair Fall Control Shampoo for me. Since I have something that works better I will most probably not repurchase this product.

Price: RM18.90 (approx. US$5.73)
Weight: 350ml
Made in: Indonesia
Likes: Cleanses well, cheap, widely available.
Gripes: Doesn't work as well as the Pantene Hair Fall Control Shampoo for me, hair feels dry after using
You would like it if: You do not have a problem with hair fall and if you have oily hair! :)
Available at: Watsons, Guardian, Caring and most major Supermarkets :)
Repurchase: Most probably not



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4 comments:

  1. Hi Jen!
    Does the Pantene shampoo target hair fall due to breakage or from the root?
    Or rather, is your hair fall due to breakage or at the root..I've been looking for shampoo that targets strengthening of the roots, not breakage (coz thats the kind of hair loss I'm experiencing) :(

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    1. Hello Dawn! :D Unfortunately the Pantene one prevents breakage instead hair loss :( Not sure if you're tried it before already or not but a few years ago my friend has had some success with Davines - Notice that her bald spots became less apparent. I think she used both the take home products and treatments at the salon :)

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    2. Hmm have not heard about this product line.
      Where can I get it?:)

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    3. My friend got hers from a local hair salon :D Found out from their Facebook page that they are selling this at all Aster Spring outlets also... maybe you can check it out there? :D

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