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Review of L'Oreal EverPure Volume Conditioner in Rosemary Mint

Reader Review of the Day: L'Oreal EverPure Volume Conditioner in Rosemary Mint

It's Earth Day, a great time to take a second look at what ingredients are found in your everyday beauty products. L'Oreal's EverPure Volume Conditioner in Rosemary Mint ($7) is a new favorite of Emalove's, and here's why:

I bought this conditioner (and the matching shampoo) at Ulta a few weeks ago, and I'm so glad I did. These days, I always buy haircare products that are eco-friendly and don't contain sulfates and all those other harsh chemicals. I was psyched to see this new inexpensive "green" line for color-treated hair and had to try it, especially when I saw that it came in a volumizing formula. My hair is so baby-fine that I need all the volumizing I can get! The smell is really fresh — definitely minty, but with an outdoorsy/fresh note to it. Most conditioners are way too heavy for my hair, but this one was light in texture and softened it right up. I had no flyaways, just smooth and soft hair.

In case you were wondering, Emalove also loves the shampoo, too, and she knows a thing or two about her products. Seriously, check her out. She's written almost 300 posts on the Product Reviews website. Now it's your turn. Tell us what you like and don't like, and perhaps you'll be featured on this daily segment, too.

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poizenisxkandee poizenisxkandee 8 years
it didnt claim to be eco friendly at all. just not harsh to hair, and its not harsh to hair. it does what it advertises.
emalove emalove 8 years
Yes, DEFINITELY adds volume, Mommahello. Trust me--I have super-fine hair and I got some good body from these products. I guess it's not as eco-friendly as I had thought, BUT, on the other hand, it IS sulfate-free at least, so it's better for the environment than most shampoos/conditioners sold at the drugstore. And surprisingly, even though it's sulfate-free, the shampoo in this line lathers quite well. Most sulfate-free shampoos that I've tried don't lather like this one does. The conditioner is very, very lightweight and won't make your hair feel "heavy" at all--perfect for those with fine hair.
mommahello mommahello 8 years
I'm confused, good or not good? And did it add VOLUME?
emalove emalove 8 years
Oh no, Mariannie--it has "methylparabens"?? Ugh. I don't even know what that is, but that sucks!! I thought it was paraben-free....oh well. Maybe I'll have to stick to my Burt's Bees shampoo/conditioner. Even though I like this line so much better :(
emalove emalove 8 years
Aw, thanks for the shout-out, Bella! This shampoo is the best--seriously, you can't beat it for the price AND for the whole eco-friendly part. And Aimeeb--not sure what you're skeptical about, but it doesn't contain any sulfates or parabens, and those are the biggies to avoid. I know it's always a gamble to try a new brand, but for the cheap price of this brand, it's really not too much of a risk.
poizenisxkandee poizenisxkandee 8 years
I have the shampoo and conditioner but in the moisture formula and love it. it keeps my bottle auburn hair from fading to orange. i used pantenes color protecting stuff but my hair faded in a week. this stuff its been 5 weeks and its still obviously red, though i also use loreal professional color depositing shampoo conditioner. i also love that everpure doesnt leave my hair feeling coated with product like pantene did. and i like the smell, i like that its minty fresh.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Hmmmm I'm not sure I would like the mint smell but then again as long as it wasn't too consuming it could be okay. I often wonder how many shampoos/conditioners are actually eco friendly once you realy dig at the ingredients. I just use what I use because in this day and age everything causes something and I'm not about to blow more money or change what i like just to MAYBE avoid a chemical. As far as being good for the environment, meh I do my part but again I like what I like.
mletrav mletrav 8 years
I'm not a fan. The smell is a no-go for me.
Mariannie Mariannie 8 years
Well...just checked it has methylparaben amongst the ingredients....guess not all of the ingredients are that friendly. It is too bad because, otherwise, it looked like a great conditioner.
blondie829 blondie829 8 years
I LOVE this new line! I have the Moisturizing set of shampoo and conditioner and it's amazing. I usually use Redken or Pureology and now I won't ever spend the money on that again. I highly recommend this line.
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