Review: Pantene Clarifying Shampoo and Deep Conditioner for Natural Hair

Hi everyone. This week I wanted to give my review for the Pantene Clarifying Shampoo and Deep Conditioner for natural hair. Both of these products I've used many times since going natural a year ago.
Now I will admit when it came to the shampoo I wasn't amazed the first few times I used it. It felt like it stripped my hair of all natural oils and caused it to feel brittle when it dried. This time I did things just a tiny bit different. Instead of combing it through with my fingers I let it sit for a few seconds and then massaged my scalp for a few minutes. While I was doing it my scalp felt loads better and I my hair felt cleansed. Once I rinsed it out my hair felt light and soft. So now I am amazed by it and I will continue buying it.You can find this everywhere from Target to CVS and I believe I've even seen it in Dollar General. I never pay more than about $4-$5 for it, if that.

The deep conditioner I've always loved. I put it in after I've made sure I've rinsed out the shampoo completely. I usually just put on a shower cap and then wrap a towel around and let it sit for several hours. This time around I let it stay in for about 6 hours or so (I wash my hair in the afternoon and will rinse right before bed).
This deep conditioner always leaves my hair feeling moisturized and soft. Same as the shampoo I massaged my scalp as I put it on and also when I rinsed it out. This method worked a lot better for me. And as in my review for the Pantene co-wash I always dry my hair with a t-shirt and NOT a towel. It's so much better for your hair. And even with the shirt I try not to leave it on for too long.
The whole line of the Pantene products for natural hair are favorites of mine. I will say that the co-wash tops the list though.
As far as the shampoo: B
And the deep conditioner: B+

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