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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Adovia Dead Sea Mud Shampoo Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Lately I’ve been using Adovia Dead Sea Mud Shampoo to clean my hair. It is formulated with Dead Sea mud and moisturizers to relieve a dry, irritated scalp, while leaving hair soft and manageable. I’ve been using it for two weeks and like the results.

As I’ve gotten older, my skin has gotten drier. I have to be choosy about the shampoo that I use. I can’t use anything that is too drying, as it leaves my scalp itchy and my hair frizzy and lacking moisture. If I use shampoo that is too “gentle,” then I find it doesn’t clean well and my scalp and hair are left oily. Some shampoos even leave my hair feeling coated with yucky film.

 Adovia Dead Sea Mud Shampoo strikes a great balance for my hair: clean, yet moisturized. My scalp feels clean, yet not dry and stripped. There’s not any itchy feeling. My hair is soft and manageable, with no fizziness. It rinses clean without any residue. My husband normally uses tea tree oil shampoo for dandruff. He’s constantly searching for products to relieve his itchy, irritated scalp. He’s been impressed by Adovia Dead Sea Mud Shampoo.

At $23 for a 7.4 oz. bottle of shampoo, it may seem a little pricey. However, a bottle is lasting my husband and me awhile. It lathers nicely, and you don’t need to use a lot each time.

Besides containing Dead Sea mud, the shampoo has vitamin E, chamomile, aloe vera, grape seed oil, olive oil, and shea butter. It does contain sodium laureth sulfate, among other ingredients (listed here.)

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. Seems rather inexpensive for a legitimate Dead Sea mud shampoo. I've seen prices close to $120 for a smaller bottle; though I admit I didn't use these and they may be scams.