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Carol's Daughter

Rosemary Mint Purifying Shampoo


Maria S.
Great shampoo for all hair types, surprisingly for fine, limp hair

"Paraben free! Volume! Improved hair texture! Great for heat styling!" I've raved about this shampoo since 2008 when I stumbled upon it by accident. I remember the formula being much more different then (more waxy and gave my hair a different texture) and the packaging changed too. I actually liked the old formula because it really increased the volume in my hair (if you want it to add volume, it was great). I always got compliments on my "beachy waves" when most shampoos leave my hair flat. Now, it's more effective in cleansing (hence the purifying term on the label) and is less of a volumizing agent. I miss what it did to my hair, but I still love the natural scent and how it cleans my hair. I can wash every other day with my hair still feeling great. I wish I wasn't the only one who feels like the formula changed on me. If Carol's Daughter has an old stash laying around, I'd gladly buy it all and rate it 5 stars again.

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Tiara W.
Great! Great! Great!

It seems like I've been searching for a long time for a clarifying shampoo that is sulfate-free and the Rosemary Mint Shampoo is definitely it! It makes me hair have the squeaky clean feeling without stripping and making it dry and brittle. I use it on my relaxed hair once every 4 weeks to remove any product buildup that might have accumulated on my hair. Needless to say, definitely a staple product in my collection now.

Shamink C.
TOO puifying

i have curls and use alot of prodect to maintain them. i wanted a purifing conditioner to use before i straightened my hair to remove all the leave in conditioner i use. i tried this and was scared to touch my hair for fear it would break off. left no trace of iol in my hair and hair felt crunchy and brittle. returned it asap and was too afraid to straighten it so i hopped back in the shower