Currently, everything that I’ve tried from the Giovanni brand is fine for me. It’s time now to tell you about the Avocado & Olive Oil Ultra-Moist Shampoo.
About the product:
Restores moisture as you lather
Silken hair with softness and shine
Nourishes with Vitamins and Omega Fatty Acids; rich with vitamin C, E, K and B6 antioxidants
Cleanses without stripping color; Lauryl and laureth sulfate free for dry, damaged hair
Mild formula to avoid dry skin
Pleasant tropical scent
Non-greasy to the touch
About the price
$6.62 for 8.5fl oz. I don’t think that’s pricey given that the formula is rich and working.
About the packaging
I love this packaging - it’s nice to use and flip-tops hardly ever break down. Here the plastic is sturdy so the product is safe. The shampoo comes through a nozzle and I don’t have to shake it or place upside down.
The only gripe is that the lettering of shampoo or conditioner is too small and it gets difficult to tell one from another. So, I have to store them in different places.
About the consistency and aroma
The shampoo is thick and of a nice greenish color with pearl casting. It lathers nicely. It washes off well. However, it still takes more time to wash off in comparison with my other shampoos.
The aroma is interesting, herbal, I’d say. It doesn’t linger and vanishes from my hair after use.
About the results
After the use of this shampoo, my hair is glossy and easy to style. It looks bouncy and doesn’t get filthy too quickly. But still, there’s no Wow effect from the shampoo as from a hair mask from the same collection. Usually, I use the shampoo + conditioner + the leave-in elixir. The mask alone does better for my hair.
About ethical aspect
This brand is an excellent hybrid of working formulas and animal-cruelty-free approach. They prove that we don’t have to harm animals to gain good and beautiful results.
Well, the shampoo is good. It really is. Here, I blame my confound expectations that didn’t come true. Somehow, I was expecting smoother hair which was promised by the maker.
Nothing to be picky about.