Having dry hair and Bath & Body Works shampoos

My hair is very dry. I blame it from too much hair blower and iron, but I just can’t live without them. I get a lion’s mane bad hair day when I let my hair dry on its own. I’m not really a fan of tying my hair unless my hair is being impossible. I asked around about what to do. Some suggested a moisturizing shampoo. One specifically mentioned Human Heart Nature. Then I remembered I still have two travel-size bottles of Bath & Body Works shampoos in moisturizing and volumizing. I thought I’d rather test them first before I go buy another shampoo.

Bath & Body Works’ Volumizing Shampoo in Cherry Blossom

Bath & Body Works - Cherry Blossom Volumizing Shampoo

This Cherry Blossom smells like the old Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo. Remember the yellow-colored shampoo in an almost inverted-teardrop shape bottle? I like the scent as it isn’t too strong, but I would prefer a shampoo with strong scent that could last long in especially hot days. I’ve used it several times already and my hair looks like a mess as it usually is without the hair blower and/or iron.

Bath & Works’ Moisturizing Shampoo in Warm Vanilla Sugar

Bath & Body Works - Warm Vanilla Sugar Moisturizing Shampoo

Some say it’s not a good idea to use a single shampoo everyday. I sometimes go against that because there are some shampoos that my hair can tolerate even with everyday use. But with this shampoo, I definitely don’t want to use it everyday. I used this for three days straight and my hair got clumpy. At least I know it does moisturize. Warm Vanilla Sugar is my favorite favorite scent from Bath & Body Works. I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of it. Well, maybe not in years.

I got these two at $1 each in travel size (2 fl oz/59mL). The 12 fl oz /59mL costs $7.50. Bath & Body Works are on sale right now, so you can get them for $4 each. I would probably repurchase the moisturizing shampoo because it does keep the dryness away even for just a day or two. Also, if it’s on sale. Otherwise, I would find something that works and isn’t that expensive. As I mentioned earlier, someone suggested Human Heart Nature. I saw a store in Serendra that carries that, so I’ll search there as soon as I can. Do they have shampoos in small bottles? I’m still open for suggestions on how to deal this dryness.

    1. Sorry, I forgot the name of the store. I only remember they also sell Filipino-authored books, fashion accessories, recycled products, and they also serve food.

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