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Reviewing: Palmolive Naturals With Fruit Extract  |  Rating:
poshpost By poshpost on
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There had been so much hype about the Palmolive Naturals line with Fruit Extract. I believe they wanted to market it like Garnier Fructis Shampoo. Since I like Garnier Fructis and it has good effect on my hair, I tried the Palmolive version. I got it when they had a promotional bundling--Buy a 200 ml bottle and get a 100ml bottle for free. So naturally I bought it because it was cheap and told my husband that is what we were using this time.

It was my husband who first used it because I still hadsome of my old shampoo left. Then after a few days, I noticed white things on his head. When I looked closely--dandruff! I asked him if it was the shampoo, he said maybe. I asked him why he did not complain, he said it is because I said we were using it this time. So told him to immediately stop using it and we bought his regular brand of shampoo. His dandruff disappeared.

I went on to use it because I am not so sensitive. But after 3 days of using the shampoo, my scalp became itchy and so I discontinued use. I did not wait for it to cause dandruff. But because I don't want to waste what I bought I use it intermittently. I just didn't let my husband use it anymore. Up to this time, about 2 months later, the 200 ml is still not consumed yet.

Anyway, the shampoo smells good, and I like the scent. It is also very sudsy, so I would only need a small amount to shampoo my hair and get it clean and smelling good. I just wonder what kinds of ingredients they put there that cause dandruff. So after I will consume the last drop, I will no longer buy this product. Or any of the products of Palmolive.