What is it and what does it do?
There’s shampoo and then there is shampoo and Atlantis Moisturizing Shampoo stands head tall above the rest as hands down one of the best ultra-hydrating shampoos out there. No matter what your hair has been through – damage from exposure to UV rays, terrible dryness as a result of over processing or several colour treatments, or even the damage caused by heat (blow drying etc.) – this is one shampoo that will not only clean your strands, but will deliver deep hydration and moisture to the cuticles. Vegan and cruelty-free, it smells delicious for all-round goodness.
Why do I need it?
You know how you try so hard to keep that terribly dry hair adequately hydrated, yet each time you shampoo it seems as though your efforts are frustrated? It can be exasperating, trust us, we know. Which is why this particular shampoo is really great for hair that is coarse, thick, dry and damaged. Yes, all of it. Because sometimes, just conditioner alone doesn’t quite cut it. If you have been searching for a shampoo that cleanses thoroughly without drying out your strands, but instead leaves them moisturised and smooth to touch, then you should definitely go for this moisturising shampoo.
Does it work? I mean, really work?
For dry, damaged and moisture deprived hair, this shampoo is almost miraculous! It hydrates the strands, replacing lost moisture from washing, delivering a smooth feel and healthy sheen to your mane. In many cases, results are noticeable just after a single wash. One reason why it’s quite a favourite is that it doesn’t leave the hair weighed down and greasy. No grease with this one, only clean, smooth and nourished strands.
How do I use it?
Apply a small amount to you hand and work into hair starting from the mid-length, then up to the roots and moving down to the ends. Rinse thoroughly.
Is there a wrong way to use this?
With this product, a little goes a long way so use sparingly. Also, if you already have a mane that is well moisturised, then using this intensely hydrating shampoo might lead to too much moisture, which could easily lead to greasy strands. For more lather, start at the middle back of your head and move on to other parts.