I've used this before and found it to be less moisturizing than some other options. I prefer Caviar or Agave for my dry damaged hair.
answered 1 week ago
(Chapel Hill, NC)
Personally I probably wouldn't use this shampoo regularly on weaker hair that's prone to breaking.It's awesome for color treated hair and normal/oily hair but it does clean VERY thoroughly and may be too strong for weak hair to use regularly. You could try alternating it and make sure to use a strengthening conditioner or mask with it so that some of the moisture is replaced. I think their Caviar Anti Aging Moisture shampoo would be more suitable for what you need. The Caviar system also has a Re texturizing protein cream that would help a lot!
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
Alterna has a line called Bamboo Smooth that might be more moisturising and strengthening that Bamboo Luminous Shine. To be sure, the Luminous Shine is a great shampoo, but if you're concerned with moisture and breakage, you might try the Bamboo Smooth as it is designed for drier hair.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
I really loved the Caviar Anti-Aging Shampoo and Conditioner, so I thought I would give this one a try.
It's all right, but not that good. For this price I would expect a better product, I feel it did nothing to my hair, and doesn't smell like anything special either.
If you are thinking of getting it, I would highly recommend the caviar instead.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago