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The Body Shop Seaweed and Peony Shampoo Review

The Body Shop Seaweed and Peony Shampoo Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

The Body Shop's Seaweed and Peony Strengthening Shampoo is a fabulous hair care product for anyone looking to give their hair an added boost.

By: Sindy

Does your hair ever get kinda limp and just hang flat? Maybe it needs a little boost or maybe your fave shampoo is building up.

Seaweed and Peony Strengthening Shampoo 411

I recently picked up a bottle of Seaweed & Peony Strengthening Shampoo from The Body Shop. I tried it when my hair had the major limp blahs and it made my hair feel really clean. I'm sure I had some nasty build-up happening from my regular shampoo and the seaweed shampoo gave my hair the lift it needed.

Seaweed and Peony Shampoo - Magic Ingredients

This green shampoo is made with seaweed extract and Chinese peony (a flower,) which, according to the bottle, adds strength and shine to your hair. I did notice a difference in the shininess of my hair but I can't say I noticed a difference in strength. Maybe your hair gets stronger after using it for a couple of weeks but I can't tell yet. Another great thing about this shampoo is its super-refreshing smell! It also comes in conditioner form.

Buying The Body Shop's Seaweed and Peony Shampoo

Seaweed & Peony Strengthening Shampoo is available at The Body Shop or it can be purchased online at www.thebodyshop.com. The cool thing about Body Shop products is that they're against animal testing so your hair looks fabulous and ya know they didn't hurt any animals' eyes with the product!

Rating:4


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