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Review: Johnson’s Baby Shampoo / Conditioner

No more tears. This is the Johnson’s Baby Shampoo promise. We put this promise to the test. I used these products myself before using it on my daughter.
 

 

JOHNSON’S BABY 2 IN 1 SHAMPOO & CONDITIONER:

“Enriched with gentle moisturizers, it helps replenish moisture to dry hair and scalp.”  

JOHNSON’S BABY NOMORE TANGLES SPRAY CONDITIONER

Enriched with gentle conditioners, it helps unlock knots and tangles to make combing easier, even on long or curly hair. No rinsing required.

JOHNSON’S BABY NO MORE TANGLES SHAMPOO

With gentle conditioners. Leaves hair baby soft.

I have dry, curly hair, and I figured if I used a mild shampoo, say formulated for babies … that would make a difference, right? So, I used all of the products above.

These products have gentle cleansers and the “no more tears” formula so its safe for tiny humans.

For cleaning my hair, the shampoos delivered. Even the spray conditioner helped a lot in detangling the knots in my hair. However, it did not do anything for my dry, curly/wavy hair.  I realized that my needs are different and that this range is not for me.

When used on B, we noticed that her hair is more manageable and less tangled compared to the other brand that we were using before. Her hair is also shinier and softer. (but she’s a kid, she does not care if her hair shines! LOL).

What I love:

– mild cleansers
– it does not have a strong scent
– its cheaper than the other brand that we were using

Where to improve:

– the bottle is not easy to handle. When giving bath to a child, its easier to use a pump especially for bigger bottles.

Would I buy again? Yes. It does what it says and its cheap!


Disclaimer: These products were provided to me for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinion are my own. 

Mom, Partner, Sister, Daughter, Friend. Pinay Blogger currently living in Dubai, UAE. I blog about expat life, beauty, food, being a mom … and everything else in between.

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