Suave Daily Clarifying Shampoo

Our pH-balanced deep-cleansing shampoo brings out the natural beauty of your hair and revitalizes it by removing residue without stripping moisture. With a fresh-scented long-lasting fragrance.

Encouraged by the excellent performance of another product from the same brand, the Suave Almond Verbena Anti-Perspirant (reviewed here), I decided to give the Suave Daily Clarifying Shampoo a try. The packaging appealed to me (it was all blue and serene, depicting a droplet of water on the side) but what really grabbed my attention was how huge this thing was! They’re not joking when they say family size (22.5 fl oz/ 665ml). Again, despite the size, this was dirt cheap (just like most Suave products) which was another bonus. With that being said, size is irrelevant if you’re not actually interested in the product itself. I however am extremely interested in any sort of clarifying shampoo. In fact, I’d even go as far as saying that I’m absolutely obsessed with deep cleansing shampoo, in general. Between the hair oils, hair serums, hair sprays and leave-in hair cream, product build-up is inevitable (even if you can’t see it), which ultimately ends up weighing your hair down and we just can’t have that (as a curvy girl, volume is my friend). Using a deep cleansing shampoo not only gets rid of all that residue (which results in naturally voluminous hair, at least for me) but also makes my scalp feel like it can breath again. You know what I’m talking about, when you get out of the shower after washing your hair and your scalp feels so clean (and arguably lighter) that it practically tingles. I’m not talking full-blown ice-y, mint-y, cooling sensation in your scalp. It’s more like a whisper of a tingling sensation. It just makes me feel so clean and refreshed! I’d wash my hair with a deep cleansing shampoo on the daily, if I could. However, doing so would eventually end up ruining my hair, since most deep cleansing shampoos tend to be a bit harsh for daily use (even the directions recommend the use of deep cleansing shampoo no more than once or twice a week). That’s another reason why I was so stoked when I came across the Suave Daily Clarifying Shampoo. It says it all in the name. I can use this stuff whenever I want (daily!) without feeling restricted! I find it especially handy during summer when I’m in the pool (almost daily) because I feel like this stuff gets all the chlorine and more importantly the chlorine smell out of my hair. It even has a light, pleasant scent! For some reason (color scheme mayhaps?), I just automatically assumed it would smell exactly like the Suave Almond Verbena Anti-Perspirant but it actually has a different scent. It’s not floral (thank God) nor is it fruity. It’s more of a clean, soap-y scent that kinda’ reminds me of Garnier Fructis Shampoo (green packaging). At the moment, I’m half-way through the bottle, but I’m definitely going to go back and repurchase another one, once it’s completely empty.

I feel like this would be a perfect addition to the pool-side shower caddy… if I wasn’t as obsessed with it as I am. Suave Daily Clarifying Shampoo was purchased from Sultan Center (obvi). So yeah, size-wise this would be great if you’ve got a shampoo-happy partner or if you’ve got several kids or you share a bathroom with a sibling or room-mates. Basically, it’s just great for sharing. Performance-wise, it’s lovely to use, year-round, regardless of season or weather or whatever else, as the results are pretty consistent. Budget-wise, as I said, this stuff is dirt-cheap. Scent-wise, it’s a light and pleasant scent but definitely not long-lasting as they claim on the packaging. Overall, Suave Daily Clarifying Shampoo is fantastic!

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