Scent of Santa Fe Shampoo by Philip B.

Looking for a daily-use-quality-shampoo, I came across this Scent of Santa Fe Shampoo and decided to give it a try. Now, I don’t know what Santa Fe smells like, but I decided to try it anyway for the sake of a product review.

First I have to say that this is a soft shampoo, it’s gentle and you will know it from the moment of opening the bottle. The famous “Scent of Santa Fe” is actually made of herbs of Juniper Berry, Sage and Pinon and smells pretty good! It isphilipb.gif an outdoor scent supposedly inspired by Philip’s visits to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

So, using it, I find that the “body” of the shampoo is somewhat thin. But this had nothing to do with the results because it worked out fine. I loved the results on my hair, because it gave it a nice reaction to the sun light. I would say it looks a little bit brighter.

Well having finished, you won’t need conditioner because the have added a moisturizing ingredient to the formula, leaving your hair soft and nice.

Would I recommend it? Yes, but –as I say with all shampoos- maybe the scent is not good for everyone. Give it a try and tell us what you think.

The Scent of Santa Fe Shampoo is available now for $32 for a 8.0 Ounce/240 ml bottle.

Philip B. Styling Gel

Philip B Styling GelLooking for a well-rounded styling gel? Philip B. does its best to deliver their promise of a multi-purpose soft-hold gel for all hair types with their Philip B. Styling Gel. This product will cover your need for volume, texture and definition all the while giving your hair the necessary nutrients to keep it healthy and looking good.

It contains Vitamin B5 and Sea Weed Extracts of Irish Moss and Anori. (The last sentence actually means more moisture and better light reflection for your hair). The result? Soft, bouncy, siny and flake-free hair.

You can use it for a wet look and for added volume and hold. And you can get it directly at Amazon.