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Aviva Hydracreme Shampoo: Your Beauty Review

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I have very long hair - almost down to my elbows - so I use a lot of shampoo. Recently, I got the chance to try out Aviva's Hydracreme Shampoo. Made with organic ingredients and no sulfates, parabens or harsh chemicals, the shampoo was designed to cleanse and hydrate your hair in a healthy way.

The shampoo was easy on my color treated hair, helped with moisturizing and smelled AMAZING. When I tried it out with the Aviva Hair Rescue Keratin Renewal Masque, my hair never looked better.

Aviva Hydracreme Shampoo is perfect for people concerned about chemicals who still want great-looking hair. NYC based dermatologist Dr. Marnie Nussbaum even suggests the shampoo as an alternative to the "no poo" movement.

"The biggest problem with 'no poo' is many experience extremely oily and greasy looking strands in the beginning, because your scalp keeps producing natural oils at the same rate it did when you used a basic shampoo that stripped your hair," she sayd.

"You can still get healthy hair results by opting for a shampoo that is made with natural or organic ingredients and one that doesn't contain sulfates, paraben or harsh chemicals like Aviva's Hydracreme Shampoo. Formulated with an assortment of botanical extracts, the shampoo works to eliminate buildup without stripping your hair of the moisture it needs, leaving your locks nourished and your scalp soothed."

Try Aviva Hydracreme Shampoo yourself for $19.95 at avivahair.com.

 

This article was originally published on Fashion & Style

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