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S-Factor Color Savvy Shampoo

22 March, 2008 Category:Hair By: cosmet

Last weekend I went for hair straightening and asked the hair stylist for advise on hair shampoo to use. She didn’t not suggest me a specific brand of shampoo but advised me not to use shampoo that contains sodium chloride. When I asked her for the reason, she told me that that element is too harsh to my hair, and I have enough damage done to my hair (color + straighteneing). Before I left the salon, I saw S-Factor Seriosu Conditioner with Sunflower Seed which is what I have been using. This is the conditioner:

S-Factor serious conditioner

My hair has been dry and every once in a while I will use this minty-feel conditioner to treat my damp hair by applying it to the tail. So I asked the stylist about this brand and she told me this is one of the more ‘upscale’ brand among other shampoos such as Wella and on-the-shelf shampoo like Pantene and Head and Shoulder. Then she suggests me to get S-Factor Shampoo as it does not contain sodium chloride. However, S-Factor is typically more expensive than regular shampoo.

I decided to check that shampoo out at a local beauty supply store located on Stevens Creek and Winchester.

Before I went,  I have researched the price at online stores. Fortunately, the local beauty supply store carries S-Factor products and the price is reasonable. After some thought I decided to get Color Savvy Shampoo than the Moisturizing Shampoo. Here’s what I got:
S-Factor Color SavvyS-Factor back side

I have been using it for one week and like the effects but I don’t quite enjoy the smell but I am going to get used with it. I am not saying it is awful but I am just not quite used with the smell. I also checked the Head and Shoulder for dandruff shampoo and Wella color shampoo that I have and discovered sodium chloride  is listed as an element in the ingredient.

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