L'Oreal Extraordinary Clay
"This is a sponsored blog post. Influenster provided me with complimentary products to test and review as part of a contest."
My awesome box included the following:
Extraordinary Clay Extraordinary Clay Shampoo Retail: $4.99 Approx
Extraordinary Clay Extraordinary Clay Conditioner Retail: $4.99 Approx
Extraordinary Clay Extraordinary Clay Hair Mask Retail: $6.99 Approx
Who Uses It?
Those individuals with oily roots with dry ends.
How Do You Use the System?
1. First you will use the hair mask on your dry hair at the roots, going section by section (similar to applying hair color). Let sit on your scalp for 5 minutes.
2. Rinse, making sure that all of the product is washed out.
3. Use the Shampoo which is going to help purify your roots but hydrate those dry ends.
4. After shampooing, apply the conditioner (I like to leave mine on for a bit while I shave) then rinse as normal.
The products do help remove that oily buildup at the root area. The products smell great and the shampoo does lather pretty well. The clay was surprising easy to apply but that may be due to the fact I am used to applying hair color already. Going section by section and applying the mask was rather tedious but it didn't take long at all. The downside, I discovered, was the fact that though I do have oily roots my scalp is very dry so I was careful to avoid any areas that were inflamed for fear of irritating that condition. Overall, the products work well, and are relatively inexpensive. If you suffer from oily roots but have dry ends you may want to give this line a try. I should note that the line is marked safe for those that ave color treated hair.