Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy Targets Your Scalp
Most (all?) shampoos and conditioners are all about your hair. It makes sense. That’s what you’re looking to clean and condition. In fact, directions for conditioners often say “massage into tips of hair. Rinse.”
But what about the scalp? The brand new hair care brand, Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy, looks to address that issue.
I got to try the Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy Total Care Nourishing Shampoo and Nourishing Daily Conditioner.
How do you use it?
The Clear Total Care shampoo and conditioner works just like any shampoo and conditioner, but with one big difference: you massage it into your scalp. It says so right in the directions. And not just the shampoo, but the conditioner as well.
When you start to rub the shampoo into your wet scalp, it does another thing differently: it foams. Most shampoos lather, rather than foam. I liked that little difference.
A Big Test
I wondered how I could test a scalp-centered shampoo and conditioner when there isn’t much out there to compare it to. Then I thought about my scalp. It’s biggest problem is dandruff.
While Clear does have a separate dandruff shampoo, and I wasn’t using that, I figured for something called “Total Care” that’s supposed to make your scalp healthy should take care of dandruff in some way anyway.
So, while I used this, I planned to lay off my dandruff shampoo.
Did it work?
I’ve been using Clear Total Care every other day for two weeks now. I can safely say that my scalp feels awesome.
Not only that, but I haven’t had any dandruff since I started using it. Success!
How does it smell?
Even the best working shampoo fails if it smells terrible. Luckily, Clear Total Care smells good.
Downside? While it smells good, it smells just like Herbal Essences shampoo and conditioner. To me, it smelled exactly the same.
The Final Verdict
I love it when beauty and hair products live up to their promises. With Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy, my scalp feels healthier, my hair is clean and soft, and I’m dandruff-free. If it weren’t for the completely unimaginative scent, it would get a perfect score. Instead, it gets a…
You can pick this up in most drugstores and big box stores for $5.99-6.99 suggested retail price.