From Yves Rocher, shampoo bars ("generous foam and it smells really good!") in Gentle ("gently washes hair, leaving it soft and shiny"), Shine ("leaves hair shiny, soft and radiant") and Nutrition ("with infused oils nourishes and leaves hair shiny, soft and full of vitality"). $19.95 each for 60g.
I’ve tried several shampoo bars and have been unhappy with the results. All 3 seemed to strip my hair, after a few uses my hair was dry with no shine. I hated the texture. Going back to bottle shampoo fixed the issue so I do blame the bar. But I want to like them so do people have a bar they really think works?
I haven’t tried it, but just discovered yesterday that KMS has come out with bar versions of a couple of its shampoos, one of which is Moist Repair which is very good about not drying the hairs out. I use the liquid shampoo with their Tame Frizz conditioner and that combo works really well for my aging, fine, straight, dry strawberry-blonde hairs with little corkscrews of grey-white ones.
I like the idea of shampoo bars but I can never bring myself to try one.
If I was going to, I would probably go with the Aveda, which is actually cheaper than this:
But YR does do frequent sales.
All leave hair soft and shiny…maybe just name them Daily, Radiant and Nutritious.
You’ve tried them? I share SheriG’s wariness. My thick, dry, now colored hair will spontaneously combust if I use anything drying on it.
I was just going by the marketing copy. There are no YR stores in these here parts or I would be there often.
The price seems sort of insane. $20 for two ounces of shampoo? I assume it lasts longer than a comparable amount of bottle shampoo because there’s no water in it, but still, that’s a lot of money.
Even more expensive than the LUSH solid shampoo!
Lush was one of my above mentioned try-outs. I absolutely hated what it did to my hair! Within 3 shampoos my hair was like straw. Dry, dull, felt “crunchy” when you touched it.
It went in the trash. Yuck.