|Japanese||ラクレア オー シャンプー M|
|Price per ounce||$2.81|
|Benefits||Elastic & Moisturized Hair|
|Japanese||コタ アイ ケアシャンプー 1|
|Price per ounce||$3.14|
|Benefits||Light, Sleek Hair|
|Japanese||hoyu プロマスター カラーケア クール|
|Price per ounce||$0.73|
|Benefits||Conditioning, Color Preservation after Dyeing|
|Japanese||デミ ミレアム シャンプー|
|Price per ounce||$0.49|
|Japanese||cocuu スロウ シャンプー|
|Scent||Orange & Patchouli|
|Price per ounce||$1.64|
|Japanese||サニープレイスナノサプリ クレンジングシャンプー ウーロン|
|Price per ounce||$0.32|
|Japanese||ルベル イオ クレンジング リラックスメント|
|Scent||Rose & Leafy Greens|
|Price per ounce||$1.54|
|Benefits||Hydrated Scalp and Sleek Hair|
|Price per ounce||$1.94|
|Japanese||フィオーレ F.プロテクト ヘアシャンプー ベーシックタイプ|
|Price per ounce||$1.15|
|Price per ounce||$1.39|
|Benefits||Medicated Scalp Care|
And why they didn't quite make it.
LebeL’s Natural Hair Soap with Marigold (11) was similar in ways to our number six pick. Both were effective cleansers but contained ingredients that weren’t particularly mild (LebeL’s product was rated at a 3.5).
However, unlike the SUNNYPLACE shampoo, which turn hair into spun silk, LebeL was stripping. Locks tangled and felt so squeaky clean that we weren’t able to run our fingers through them.
Likewise, Loretta’s Mainichi no Sukkiri Shampoo (14) and Aujua’s Aging Hair Care Timesurge Shampoo (15) received only around 2.0 points on mildness but near perfect scores for cleansing. Both formulas featured sulfates as surfactants, so we hesitate to recommend them for regular use.
product’s shampoo (12) was the opposite; the mild ingredients earned it a score of 4.0; however, it got just 1.3 points for cleansing power. It didn’t lather either, so we honestly didn’t feel like we were washing our hair.
Abreeze’s Natural Organic Shampoo (13) wasn’t particularly gentle nor effective; it earned 2.5 and 3.0 points for mildness and cleansing power, respectively. However, it did get 4.0 points for lather and hair texture.
Neway Japan’s Nanoamino Shampoo (16) and Shiseido’s The Hair Care Aqua Intensive Shampoo (17) featured sodium laureth sulfate as their main surfactant. Therefore, they earned about a single point for mildness–and still managed to score a little beneath 3.0 for cleansing power.
beauty experience’s Clay Esthe Shampoo (18) was only slightly gentler, receiving a flat 2.0 for its ingredients. However, it also wasn’t as effective and got only 2.3 points for how poorly it cleaned.
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