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Head & Shoulders Moisture Care Product Review

Disclaimer: I tested these Head & Shoulders Moisture Care products for free, but all opinions are my own. 

I thought Head and Shoulders products were for individuals who suffer with dandruff. Fortunately, I do not have dandruff. Nonetheless, it is difficult for me to find products that work for my hair. I have very thick coarse textured hair and I struggle with dry itchy scalp. So, I was ecstatic when I heard about the new Head and Shoulders Moisture Care Collection. I was even more ecstatic to be one of many to be selected  by BzzAgent to use and review these products. 

The Head and Shoulders Moisture Care line consisted of the 2-in-1 Dandruff Shampoo and Conditioner, Co-Wash and Scalp Soother. The Head & Shoulders Moisture Care line was designed for individuals with textured hair. The products active ingredient is Pyrithione Zinc which is for fighting Dandruff.  It will provide moisture, fight against dandruff, relieve dryness, irritations and soothe your itchy scalp. 

Since going natural, I wash my hair every other week and I co-wash in between. The 2-in-1 Dandruff Shampoo and Conditioner left my scalp feeling oh so fresh, clean and smelling great. Most importantly, my hair felt moisturized and it was manageable. The Co-Wash is amazing. It also left my hair feeling squeaky clean, smelling great and manageable. 

I am addicted to the Scalp Soother. This has done wonders for my itchy dry scalp. The smell of peppermint is quite pleasant and not too strong. Guess what?, it does not leave behind an oily residue. The tingling sensation felt cool and refreshing to my scalp. After using it several days in a row, I noticed my scalp did not itch as much. 

Is your hair texture thick? Do you have dandruff? 
Do you suffer with dry and/or an itchy scalp? 

If you answered yes to any of the proposed questions, then you should try the products from the Head & Shoulders Moisture Care line. If you chose to try the product, please post a picture or comment with the results.

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