Pura d'or Shampoo & Conditioner *Review


 I love shopping for beauty and health items. It gives me unexplained excitement. Best comparison I can think of: a child on Christmas day. The very first thing I do when I look for a product is open the lid and smell, do you? 
  My new test is Pura d'or. Just the name sounds
I received this product free in exchange for my feedback
inviting. Before I get into my experience, let me tell you a little about the company. Their products are gluten, parabens, and SLS. No bad stuff here readers. Also, animal cruelty free. As a animal lover, this means a lot to me.
  What you see here (picture on the right) is what I tried. Premium Organic Hair Loss Prevention and the Premium Organic Argan Oil Conditioner (Lavender Vanilla). INSTANTLY I fell in love with the Lavender Vanilla smell and could not resist going to immediately try. Shampoo, not so much . It smelled medicated but I expected that with prevention or dandruff shampoos.
  After I had my daughter my hair seemed to being all over my clothes and hair-bows. It bothered me but I did not know what to do. My hair has gotten thinner as the years has progressed. 
 When I used this, I never thought about it helping reduce the loss since it said prevention. Once again, I was wrong. My hair bows have a noticeable amount of less hair accumulation than before I used this. 
  The only thing that bothered me was the medicated smell of the shampoo but after rinsed and putting the conditioner in, the smell was GONE. I have never really liked the smell of lavender, but this such a good smell that I wanted to continue to apply over and over. I could feel a difference after just one wash and after two washes I noticed the hair was falling out less and less.
  If you are experience some hair loss, I highly recommend you trying this and with the combination of the Lavender conditioner, you will still have the invigorating, pleasantly light scent in your hair all day.
 Grab yours today. Pura D'or

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