Check out my review of the Purezero Biotin Shampoo And Conditioner! I’ve listed out the ingredients, formula, and weighed the pros and cons of the products too.
I am someone who loves experimenting with my naturally curly hair, be it different hairstyles involving chemical treatments or even dyeing my hair with different colours, my hair has literally been through it all!
So yes, I have to say that my hair has succumbed to a lot of damage over time and I always look out for products that can help rejuvenate and nourish my hair.
Recently, I came across this product, the Purezero Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner and I decided to try it out.
And one of the main reasons being that it majorly contained the ingredient biotin, which is supposed to be a super amazing ingredient when it comes to hair growth and restoring hair health.
So, did it work out well for me? What’s my take on this product? Well, read on to find out all the details below!
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Purezero Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner Review
The Product at a Glance: Purezero Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner
Who can use it – Damaged hair and colour-treated hair
Main benefits – Hair hydration, hair damage repair, increasing hair softness and strength
Free from sulfates – Yes
Fragrance – Luxurious noir
Item form – Cream
Useable for those with colour-treated hair – Yes, specifically formulated
Gentle on the scalp – Yes
Pricing – $ 15.99, affordable (for both the shampoo and conditioner)
Quantity – 355 ml (12 fl oz)
Purezero Biotin Shampoo Ingredients
Water, Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Glycol Distearate, PPG-2 Hydroxyethyl Coco/Isostearamide, Sodium Chloride, Biotin, Hydrolyzed Rice Protein, Coco-Betaine, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Polyquaternium-10, PEG-120 Methyl Glucose Dioleate, Citric Acid, Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance
Purezero Biotin Strengthening Conditioner Ingredients
Water, Cetearyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium Chloride, Glyceryl Stearate, Glycerin, Cyclopentasiloxane, Biotin, Hydrolyzed Rice Protein, Dimethiconol, Polyquaternium-10, Polyquaternium-37, Propylene Glycol Dicaprylate/Dicaprate, Ppg-1 Trideceth-6, Ethyl Alcohol, Sodium Hydroxide, Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance
Here are the top 3 ingredients of this product:
Biotin is now a commonly used ingredient in a lot of hair products because of its powerful effects to the hair. Biotin is also known as vitamin B7 and sometimes the body is deficient in this vitamin, which thereby leads to hair thinning. Thus, nourishing your hair with an external source of biotin can do your hair good.
Using biotin for the hair has multiple uses like increasing the strength of the hair and improving hair shine. It helps keep the hair nourished from within, this helps reduce hair loss caused by breakage.
Biotin helps reduce hair damage like split ends and this can promote healthier and longer hair growth, reducing the need for regular hair trims.
Biotin can also help increase and promote better hair thickness and increase hair volume. It also helps improve the functions of keratin, the main protein that makes up the hair, thus improving overall hair health.
Hydrolyzed Rice Protein
Hydrolyzed rice protein is rich in amino acids and can help improve hair lustre and shine. It is very effective for those who have sensitive scalp skin, as it can help prevent allergies.
It adds moisture to the hair and increases the hair’s elasticity and tensile strength. This means that the hair strands are more flexible. Thus, it reduces hair damage and breakage to a large extent. The stronger the hair, the lesser prone it is to breakage. This means the hair loss due to breakage too will also reduce.
It helps keep the hair hydrated and keeps the hair away from becoming dry and succumbing to frizziness. This makes the hair way more manageable.
Vitamin E Oil
Vitamin E oil is a superb ingredient when it comes to hair care and hair health. In fact, people add the liquid from vitamin E capsules into products that do not contain this ingredient, just to reap its ingredients.
It can help nourish the hair strands right from the follicle and improve the supply of blood flow to the hair follicles thus promoting better hair growth and hair strength.
I love that it acts like a protective layer for each hair strand by coating the hair strands. Vitamin E can also protect the hair from damage as it is rich in its antioxidant value.
It can help prevent the loss of hair, as it has the power of assisting hair growth, can improve overall hair health and improve the lustre and shine of the hair.
Here’s how I tested this Shampoo and Conditioner:
Hair cleansing power:
While some shampoos have great cleansing abilities, they sometimes leave a residue behind. This is something I totally detest, because shampoos are supposed to cleanse the hair and not leave behind a residue.
Gentleness on the hair:
Some shampoos cleanse the hair well, but feel harsh on the scalp and hair. Well, my scalp is relatively sensitive and therefore, I look out for products free from sulfates and parabens, so that it will feel gentle on my scalp and hair.
Safety of use on colour-treated hair:
Like I have mentioned earlier, my hair has been through a lot of dyeing and finding a shampoo to specifically suit colour-treated hair without fading the colour is rare. So this is an aspect I always consider.
I am someone who totally dislikes harsh scents; they literally give me a free headache! So yes, a mild fragrance is something I look for in a shampoo and conditioner.
My ideal price range would be $10 to $15 for a shampoo. This is relatively fair, in my opinion. Sometimes if the shampoo is coupled with its conditioner or is one that is highly rated in terms of its benefits, I do not mind paying a little extra for the product.
Purezero Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner: Overall Review At End Of 6 Weeks
So finally, here’s my review – I am super impressed! Yes, you read that right. I really liked this shampoo and it worked well on my hair perfectly along with its conditioner.
It has been around a month now since I started using this product. Well, previously, my curly hair was damaged, dry and brittle and was also coloured.
What I liked about this product is that it did not fade my coloured hair at all. Two weeks into using this shampoo, along with its conditioner, my hair began to feel softer and way smoother than it was before.
It began to feel very fresh and looked rejuvenated, as compared to its previously lifeless look.
Since my hair is curly, it used to be super hard for me to manage at times (especially after it was washed) and get rid of the tangles. Well, after using this shampoo and conditioner, that process was a smooth sailing one for me.
I noticed that my hair strength had increased considerably because I observed that my hair fall had also reduced, while the breakage too had reduced as well. My hair became less frizzy and felt more nourished.
The shampoo felt super gentle on my sensitive scalp and I loved that it contained absolutely no sulfates or parabens.
A couple of things I didn’t like about the product is that the shampoo didn’t lather very well, while the fragrance was rather strong, even though it didn’t smell like anything specific.
Talking about the pricing, well, it is definitely affordable, because it comes in a set with both the shampoo and conditioner. So I felt that it was worth it in my opinion.
I bought the product off of Amazon and there’s where I read in the product description that it also contained the ingredient vitamin E oil, but this ingredient wasn’t mentioned in the ingredient list on the bottle.
Pros and Cons of using the Purezero Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner
· The shampoo is free from sulfates and parabens and is thereby very gentle on the scalp.
· Feels gentle even sensitive scalps.
· Doesn’t fade hair colour, as it is specifically formulated for colour-treated hair.
· Reduces hair damage and makes the hair feel smooth and lustrous, with a renewed shine.
· Helps make the hair feel nourished and brings back life to the hair.
· Strengthens the hair strands from the root and reduces hair fall and hair breakage.
· Comes as a set of the shampoo and conditioner, so it is worth the price.
· Helps reduce hair frizz to a large extent.
· Makes the hair soft and smooth, making the detangling process much more easier.
Here’s how my hair looked at the end of 6 weeks. So you can see the the growth.
· The product label doesn’t state all the ingredients as mentioned in the product description on Amazon.
· The fragrance is relatively strong and doesn’t have any specific smell.
· The fragrance is relatively strong and doesn’t have any specific smell.
How do you use the Purezero Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner?
The product has directions for use. It is simple and similar to how you’d use any other shampoo and conditioner for the hair.
But since this shampoo is creamy in consistency, I would suggest that you dilute it with a little water before using it on your hair as you will get a better lathering effect.
Once you have shampooed your hair, make sure to rinse off the shampoo well before conditioning your hair.
Is the Purezero Biotin Shampoo better than the Purezero Moroccan Argan Oil shampoo?
No not really. Both shampoos by Purezero are really amazing and are suited for different types of hair and hair issues. Both shampoos have a sulfate-free and paraben-free formula and are certified by the EWG (Environmental Working Group). So there is not harm in using either of these shampoos.
However, both shampoos are suited for very different hair troubles. The Purezero Biotin Shampoo is great for fragile, thinning, damaged hair that requires hydration and increased tensile strength. But, the Moroccan Argan Oil one is better suited for dry, damaged and curly hair. The latter shampoo is good for African American hair as well.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Purezero Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner
1. How often should I use the Purezero shampoo?
This shampoo can be used just like you’d use any other regular cleansing shampoo. Washing your hair two to three times a week is always ideal.
2. Can I use this product with any other conditioner?
Most often, this shampoo is sold along with its conditioner and it works very well when coupled with the same. But if you wish to, you could also use this product with any other conditioner as well.
3. How can I be sure that it is safe for my colour-treated hair?
The product label itself makes a mention that this shampoo is specifically formulated for colour-treated hair and it is perfectly safe for use on coloured hair.
4. Can this product be used for all hair types, even though it is specifically formulated for damaged and colour-treated hair?
Yes, it can be used by all hair types as its main ingredient is biotin that is a super nourishing and is a hair strengthening ingredient for any hair type, to improve and maintain hair health.
Does PureZero have DMDM hydantoin?
No. The shampoo and conditioner are free of this ingredient.
Purezero Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner: Summary And Ratings
|Hair cleansing power||4.2/5|
|Gentleness on the hair||4.4/5|
|Safety of use on colour-treated hair||4.6/5|
purezero biotin shampoo and conditioner
The purezero biotin shampoo and conditioner are great for color-treated hair as it's gentle and sulfate-free.
Product SKU: KI2UR587YGH222
Product Brand: purezero
Product Currency: USD
Product Price: $22
Price Valid Until: 2023-07-02
Product In-Stock: InStock
- The shampoo and conditioner are sulfate-free and paraben-free
- The products help nourish damaged hair
- The shampoo contains added perfumes