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New Product Alert: Cristophe Beverly Hills Purely Natural

For those of you who pooh-pooh drugstore shampoos, I've got a line that might change your mind. Cristophe Beverly Hills is a posh salon that draws the likes of Jessica Biel, Nicole Kidman, and Cameron Diaz. Now the rest of us can afford a piece of the action thanks to Cristophe Beverly Hills Purely Natural, which just launched at CVS.

There's more to this three-piece collection than a fancy salon affiliation, though. None of the products are tested on animals, and all are free of sulfates, parabens, dyes and fragrance. So not only do you get the pedigree without the price, you actually get products that are gentler to your hair and scalp. But how well do they work? To find out,


After my last drugstore shampoo debacle, I was nervous about trying the Christophe Purely Natural Daily Shampoo and Purely Natural Conditioner ($5.99 each). Fortunately, I had nothing to worry about—these are both fantastic. The shampoo cleans without drying hair, and the conditioner is awesome. It left my hair soft, smooth, and completely free of weight or residue. And while it might just be a coincidence, I let my hair dry naturally today, yet it has fantastic movement and shine.

Lest you think I am overly enthusiastic, let me relay a story: This weekend, my beau used the shampoo and conditioner. I forgot about it until he e-mailed me. Like that new Cristophe shampoo, he wrote. After I replied to say how happy I am that it's affordable, he replied, Wow. I was convinced that shampoo was like $30.00 or something.

So, don't just trust me. Trust a dude who rarely gets excited about shampoo.

Virginia3034985 Virginia3034985 5 years
 @SugarCat i used to color my hair and it never looked better with cristophe, i use the light blue bottles, extra volume
Virginia3034985 Virginia3034985 5 years
 @CoronaLove they are all 50% off in store because they are not going to carry it anymore  
Virginia3034985 Virginia3034985 5 years
 @lovealways cvs has recently stopped carrying cristophe products, they suck, (CVS)
Virginia3034985 Virginia3034985 5 years
i have been using cristophe shampoo and conditioneer for 15 years, and now cvs pharmacy is not going to carry it anymore!!!  what the heck am I gonna do, there is not another shampoo out there that leaves my hair as gorgeous as Cristophe, wish I had enough money to buy them all from CVS, Thanks, CVS, for nothing  
nycbaby322 nycbaby322 9 years
I tried the Cristophe purely natural line and did not like it. I wanted to try an inexpensive product that was free of sulfates and parabens. I have slightly wavy hair of normal thickness, and I wash and blow dry it every day. Right after washing with Cristophe purely natural daily shampoo and conditioner, my hair felt really soft and lighter than normal. However, by the end of the day, my hair was a tangled mess and looked greasy - the texture was just strange. I recommend the David Babaii for WildAid line instead, which is also sulfate and paraben free. All of the products are amazing and they are available at Duane Reade/Walgreens, Target,,,, etc. (whereas Cristophe is only available at CVS). Also, 10% of the proceeds are donated to WildAid.
gabiushka gabiushka 9 years
Hm you can read the ingredients at the CVS site: Hydrogenated castor oil. No, thanks.
lovealways lovealways 9 years
Cristophe Beverly Hills has been sold at CVS for a long time, but I haven't seen the Purely Natural line before - I think that's new.
Beauty Beauty 9 years
omilawd, they're totally scent-free. :)
CoronaLove CoronaLove 9 years
CoronaLove CoronaLove 9 years
omilawd omilawd 9 years
Bella, how do they smell?
julieulie julieulie 9 years
I really like the Cristophe line, though I've never tried the Purely Natural. Is the Purely Natural line significantly cheaper than the rest, or does my CVS just completely rip me off? The other shampoos/conditioners are $12.99 each at my CVS.
em1282 em1282 9 years
Sweet. I've been looking for something without sulfates and the lack of animal testing is always great. :)
emalove emalove 9 years
I'm definitely going to try these! No animal testing AND no sulfates?? I'm there!
SugarCat SugarCat 9 years
Sounds good! If they have products for colored hair, I'm in!
brittanyk brittanyk 9 years
I want to try these. I'm always looking for new awesome shampoo and conditioner.
animatedpunk animatedpunk 9 years
great! i'll definitely try these soon!
Shopaholichunny Shopaholichunny 9 years
Oooo...I def want to try this out. CVS has some good products. BTW, Cute story Bella! :)
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