My sister’s been a fan of Pantene products for years. I on the other hand, tried it on and off but for no particular reason, never stuck to it. But with the 14 day challenge for Pantene Daily Moisture Repair Shampoo and Conditioner, I got to try it for real.
To start with, let me tell you about my hair. Because my hair’s very long, I usually wash my hair every alternate day or sometimes every second day. I’ve normal-oily scalp with dry and split ends and since I don’t cut my hair, they break due to dry ends.
Did I notice any change after first use?
My hair actually felt softer and didn’t break much after first shampoo and conditioning with Pantene Daily Moisture Repair range.
My hair texture changed/improved?
I have been using the shampoo and conditioner for the past 2.5 weeks, and I’m quite excited about this. It makes my hair softer to touch and voluminous. My hair get less entangled and are more manageable. It also helped with reducing hair fall and also I seem to loose only a few strands during wash.
I’m quite impressed by how well the shampoo cleanses the hair and scalp. I once waited 3 days between my shampoo and it didn’t make my scalp oily or irritated or make my hair limp.
I especially like the conditioner for it’s ability to make my hair smooth. The days I conditioned my hair, I could see the difference as against not using it.
Price - Daily Moisture Repair Shampoo and Conditioner (175 ml) – Rs 149 each.
Makes hair soft and moisturized
Makes hair manageable and less entangled
Cons: Contains a lot of chemicals
It didn’t make my hair shiny like some other shampoos and conditioners do, but then DMR never claimed to so as well
Didn’t have any better before and after pic, but this shows how my hair now look more manageable.
I’m curling and straightening my hair more often than before, but don’t notice any more damage. My 14 day challenge is over and thanks to Pantene’s Daily Moisutre Range, I’m trying new hair styles and playing around with my hair more often and without worries. My hair are badly damaged and it’ll definitely take a long time to fix, if at all, but the Pantene DMR range is doing it’s part.
Would you try it or if you have, what’s your experience been like?