Volumizing Shampoo Reviews

Going through some reviews will give you some idea about the effectiveness of different shampoos being sold in the stores. It's so disheartening to find that the shampoo you bought after shelling out such a lot of money is not effective.
Poor nutrition, genetics and stress are different factors conducing to hair thinning. Thin, limp hair can be quite distressing for a person. To solve this problem, cosmetic manufacturers have come up with volumizing shampoos. These shampoos lift fine hair up and fill them out. They make the hair look and feel thicker, fuller and more abundant. Every shampoo manufacturer claims that his company makes and sells the best volumizing shampoo. Several shampoos are touted for their hair volumizing abilities, only to disappoint us when we try them. By reading some volumizing shampoo reviews we can get a fair idea about how effective and true these shampoos are to the claims of their manufacturers.

Burt's Bees Very Volumizing Shampoo
Burt's Bees Very volumizing pomegranate and soy shampoo is a shampoo that not only adds volume to limp hair, but also controls one's greasy scalp. It is Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS), paraben and phthalate free. Despite the absence of SLS in this shampoo, enough lather is produced. Thanks to the sunflower and coconut oil present in the shampoo! Available at USD 18, this shampoo has the refreshing, sweet smell of pomegranate. The shampoo gently removes the buildup and cleanses the hair. The soy amino acids in the shampoo cling to the hair fibers, lift and separate them, thereby making the hair smooth, soft and full of volume. Even though this shampoo costs USD 18, it's large 350 ml bottle size along with its great volumizing effects makes it worth buying and worth the price paid.

Jonathan Product Shampoo Serious Volume Volumizing Shampoo TM
Priced at USD 20 for an 8.4 oz bottle, this shampoo is a blend of pomegranate, papaya, white tea and rosemary essential water. The shampoo gently gets rid of the build up and also provides the hair sweet almond protein, which strengthens the hair and improves its damaged appearance. This shampoo is sulfate-free, thus, poses to be a great volumizing shampoo for color treated hair, as it does not dry out or fade hair color. This shampoo not only adds volume to fine hair, but also imparts pleasant smell, smoothness and sheen to the hair.

Avalon Organics Rosemary Volumizing Shampoo
Priced at USD 12 for an 11 oz bottle, this shampoo from Avalon Organics is a blend of wheat protein, panthenol, organic rosemary, vitamin E and arginine. The rosemary present in the shampoo works on normalizing oil production. It also improves blood circulation in the scalp and enhances scalp conditions. This shampoo cleanses the hair thoroughly and adds volume to the hair, right from the root of the hair strands to its tip, thereby giving a thicker, more bouncier and fuller look.

Progaine Volumizing Shampoo
Priced at USD 7 for a 12 oz bottle, this shampoo is known for its ability to cleanse and strengthen the hair. It removes the buildup in the hair, cleanses the hair and scalp thoroughly and volumizes fine, thin hair. It is gentle on the hair and seems to do great on dry and damaged hair. However, since it's too gentle, it often leaves oily hair greasy. It is also seen to reduce hair loss and improves the texture of the hair.

Suave Professionals Volumizing Shampoo
This shampoo not only adds volume to your hair, but also makes one's fine, limp hair soft, shiny and fluffy. This shampoo is an excellent choice for people who want their hair to look great all day. After shampooing, blow drying and styling the hair with this shampoo, it is seen that the hair holds the style longer. It leaves the hair non-greasy, non-oily and non-flaky. Scores of people with limp hair have used this shampoo and found it effective in increasing the volume of hair. However, the drawback of this shampoo is that several people have experienced dry scalp conditions after prolonged use of this shampoo.

Although a volumizing shampoo and conditioner adds volume to your hair, it is important to note that these shampoos contain chemicals in them that actually tend to ruin one's hair in the long run. If you do not wish to spend money on these commercially available shampoos, then you can prepare a good volumizing shampoo at home itself. This will not only prove lighter on your pocket, but will also enable you to keep a check on the ingredients added to the shampoo.
By Priya Johnson
Last Updated: 9/20/2011
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