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Head and Shoulders Supreme Smooth Shampoo & Conditioner

Head and Shoulders is a brand I’ve tried in the past but I stopped using their products after an hairdresser recoiled in horror when I mentioned I’d been using their products. I have psoriasis of the scalp so it’s very dry and uncomfortable. My psoriasis is nowhere near as bad as it was two years ago when my GP prescribed me a steroid based mousse, which did definitely help but now I like to use milder products which will help keep my scalp as healthy as possible and prevent future flareups. I’d seen the Head and Shoulders Supreme range promoted on social media and tv, so I decided to give the Head and Shoulders Supreme Smooth range a try.

Head and Shoulders Supreme Smooth Shampoo & Conditioner Review

The Head and Shoulders Supreme range is relatively new and there are four different ranges to choose from; Supreme Smooth, Supreme Moisture, Supreme Repair and Supreme Colour Protect, and for all four of the ranges there are a shampoo and conditioner.

The shampoo contains 400ml product and the conditioner contains 275ml, yet both products are £4.99. I really wish the conditioner contained more product as I always use more conditioner than I do shampoo as I have really long hair but Head and Shoulders products are always on offer regardless of the retailer so it’s not a big deal.

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Head and Shoulders Supreme has been designed to address women’s unique needs. Try this dazzling range of anti-dandruff shampoos and conditioners for intense moisturisation and long lasting dandruff protection.. Clinically proven up to 100% flake free* (*no visible flakes, with regular use)

– Clinically proven up to 100% flake free* (*no visible flakes, with regular use)

– Head & Shoulders Suprême Moisture Anti-Dandruff Shampoo with Luxurious Moroccan Argan Crème** fused with honey extracts (**Contains Argan oil, ZPT, and conditioning ingredient)

– 3x smoother hair(vs. With use of shampoo-conditioner vs. non conditioning shampoo)

– Leaves scalp and hair clean and refreshed, smooth and shiny

Head and Shoulders Supreme Smooth Shampoo & Conditioner Review

From the four ranges on offer, I opted for the Head and Shoulders Supreme Smooth Shampoo and Conditioner as my hair is so frizzy and unmanageable unless I use smoothing products and treatments.

All four Supreme ranges contain argan oil, and the conditioner contains 0% parabens, phosphates and colourants which I didn’t expect from such a budget friendly haircare collection. The shampoo smells incredible but strangely enough, the conditioner doesn’t really have a noticeable scent.

I usually find it to be the opposite with haircare, with milder scented shampoos but strongly scented conditioners but I wish the conditioner had a stronger scent as the shampoo really does smell amazing.

It’s a hard scent to try and describe but it smells just as nice as the Herbal Essences products which again I didn’t expect from an anti-dandruff range, and I love that whenever I move my hair throughout the day, I can smell the amazing scent.

You only have to look at the 700+ rave reviews on the Superdrug website to see how loved this Head and Shoulders range is. I definitely notice that whenever I use the shampoo and conditioner, my scalp is less dry and itchy so I’d really recommend trying the Supreme range if you suffer from an irritated scalp but hate how stripping anti-dandruff haircare products can be.

The Supreme Smooth duo are unlike any other anti-dandruff products I’ve tried before and I really want to try the Moisture range next as the Smooth range has worked so well for my hair, and really does help to tame frizz and make my hair a lot more manageable which is fab considering they’re £4.99 each.

I know there are better quality haircare products out there, but if you’re on a budget and want something that will give you instant results and leave your hair smelling amazing, the Head and Shoulders Supreme collection is fab.

Have you tried any of their Supreme ranges yet?