I’ve woken up countless times with extremely dry hair or a contrastingly oily scalp when deciding to buy a new brand I saw on sale at the weekly shop.
But at the same time, when you see a discounted shampoo in the latest supermarket offers, it can be very tempting to buy it when your usual product is double the price.
However, I try not to stock up on shampoo bottles because we all know that the large amounts of plastic they contain are damaging our environment more and more by the day.
That’s why, as I was scrolling through my Instagram stories a few weeks ago, I noticed a recommendation from none other than a home inspiration expert Stacey Solomon caught my attention.
The Sort Your Life Out presenter presented a product collection from women-owned hair brand REHAB.
I noticed that the Loose Woman host was talking about the company’s dissolvable shampoo wipes, which oddly got me very intrigued.
To see if this might be the welcome shampoo change I needed, I gave this REHABILITATION Shampoo leaves are a try, but did they just turn into a handful of goo or have they given my hair the wash I craved?
Which REHAB Shampoo Sheets does Stacey Solomon recommend?
First, this shampoo product is vegan and cruelty-free, as well as sulfate, plastic, and paraben-free.
The REHAB website goes on to say: “Meet the revolutionary chic ZERO Waste Shampoo. Each box contains 25 sheets.
“Formulated with Rosemary Oil, known to promote stronger, fuller looking and healthy hair, along with nourishing Olive Oil and Calendula Oil.
“This disposable shampoo sheet instantly disappears into your hands as it lathers into a foam shampoo with water. The shampoo sheet comes in a dissolvable sachet that dissolves down the drain when you wash your hair. Better for your hair, better for the planet.”
Are the REHAB Shampoo Sheets as good as bottled shampoo?
Priced at £24 for 25 sheets (excluding postage) I was impressed by the cost of the box the first time I scrolled the site.
This costs less than £1 per wash and if you only wash your hair 2-3 times a week on average it will last quite a while.
My order came quickly and was packaged really well (can’t help but be intrigued by the good branding).
So that night I hopped in the shower and tried out the enticing hair products.
I was surprised how quickly the outer pouch dissolved in the water leaving no sticky residue on the underside of the surface. It seemed like I blinked and he was gone.
When I combined shampoo Lather the sheet with warm water, that didn’t take long either.
Personally, though, I think I would have liked a little more bubble action, but I guess that depends on your tastes.
I also really liked the scent as it smelled clean but fresh. Again, I would have preferred a slightly stronger scent, but as someone who can’t get enough of all the scented personal care products, that’s just a personal choice.
It didn’t make my hair feel dry, which was my biggest concern, so I was glad.
All in all, if you are aware that you keep buying plastic bottles when it comes to shampoo, hair conditionershower gel and so on, this might be for you.
It’s also a good alternative for those who want their money to last a bit longer, as while the initial £24 plus delivery for a shampoo may seem a bit much, the longevity makes up for it.
How to use the REHAB Shampoo Sheets
The REHAB website recommends the following steps:
- Wet hair completely
- Open your pouch and remove your shampoo sheet
- Drop the empty sachet on the shower floor and allow it to dissolve
- Add water to shampoo sheet and lather in hands
- Massage the scalp well, working towards the ends
- Rinse thoroughly
- For best results, finish with a conditioner
You can purchase the REHAB Shampoo Sheets from the REHAB website, as well as other hair products such as heat-free curlers and silk brushes.
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