Review: L’Oreal Paris EverCreme Sulfate Free Shampoo and Conditioner

Several years ago, I discovered L’Oreal Paris sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners and used them exclusively.  This was right before I started blogging and testing all kinds of new hair care.  Just a short while ago, my lovely friend Victoria sent me a sweet gift that included L’Oreal Paris EverCreme Sulfate-Free Shampoo and Conditioner.

L'Oreal Paris EverCreme Sulfate Free Shampoo Conditioner

L’Oreal Paris EverCreme Sulfate-Free Nourishing Shampoo has no harsh salts, is 100% vegan and paraben-free.  It contains natural Omega-3 and 6 for moisture.  This shampoo is pretty thick and I seemed to need a lot for a good lather on my hair since it’s longer now.  What I found after just one use is that my hair is weightless, soft and sleek!  As a sulfate-free shampoo it is fabulous for my color-treated hair, so no worry of stripping my hair color.  It is geared towards those with dry hair but I did not find that it had an adverse effect on my typically oily hair.  This is most likely because I will only shampoo about every other day (or every third day if I can get away with it).  I would guess this would not be great for oily hair if you use it every day.

L'Oreal Paris Sulfate-Free Shampoo Conditioner Review

L’Oreal Paris EverCreme Nourishing Conditioner contains no heavy waxes, is 100% vegan and paraben free.  It also contains natural Omega-3 and 6 for moisture.  This conditioner is also quite thick and I slathered on quite a bit with each use.  I just leave this conditioner on for about 2 minutes after my shampoo.  Once I rinse, there is an immediate difference in the feel of my hair.  It feels clean but also hydrated and not heavy at all.  What I love the most is that since the duo does not add weight to my already-heavy hair, it takes less time to blow dry and styles easier.

Overall, this sulfate-free duo has been great for my hair!  I will go back to these when I am not testing something else for sure.

Find L’Oreal Paris EverCreme at retailers like Walmart, Target, drugstores and more, $6.99 each.

Products mentioned were gifted by a friend, all opinions are my own. Affiliate links.

Have you tried the L’Oreal EverCreme line yet?

5 Comments

  1. Tonni
    October 27, 2016 / 9:26 pm

    I know this sounds weird, but, I have found the conditioning shampoo has greatly reduced my facial wrinkles. I wash my face with the product and it is amazing. Has anyone experienced similar results

    • Tina Bowling
      March 10, 2014 / 10:53 am

      Yes, thank you so much! Could not be happier with this set :).

  2. March 7, 2014 / 10:46 am

    Tina, I am very interested in these. I think I tried a L’Oreal shampoo for color treated hair a few years ago, and it didn’t leave my hair feeling clean including while it was wet, i.e. it seemed like my hair was coated. So I’ve stayed away from L’Oreal. Maybe I should try these? Unfortunately, Sebastian discontinued my favorite shampoo for color-treated hair about a year ago, and I’ve been lost without it!
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    • Tina Bowling
      March 7, 2014 / 10:57 am

      I can tell you that after first testing these I had to test a couple of other hair care products. I finally got done with my 2 week test and went STRAIGHT back to these from L’oreal. The feel and look of my hair as well as ease of styling brought me back. My hair feels clean and light, not heavy in the least. These are sulfate-free, I get the feeling you tried some that were not sulfate-free? I can also HIGHLY recommend Aveeno Pure Renewal shampoo and conditioner for color-treated hair: http://myhighestselfblog.com/review-aveeno-pure-renewal-shampoo-conditioner/

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