post-title Product Spotlight: Pantene Miracle Moisture Boost Shampoo and Conditioner With Rosewater

Product Spotlight: Pantene Miracle Moisture Boost Shampoo and Conditioner With Rosewater

Product Spotlight: Pantene Miracle Moisture Boost Shampoo and Conditioner With Rosewater
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A couple of my drugstore hair loves

I absolutely love this stuff! If you’re looking for a budget-friendly, moisturizing shampoo and conditioner for smoothing frizzy hair, this drugstore duo is a star. The most tragic thing about Pantene Rosewater Shampoo and Conditioner is that they aren’t sold in wine barrel-sized vats!

Yes, they’re both that good. I went to Target yesterday and picked up my fourth bottle of each!

This sulfate-free drugstore shampoo and conditioner is made to moisturize dry strands and tame frizzy hair, and it’s been a minor miracle for my grays, which I’ve been growing out for over a year now. My grays, especially the ones around my bangs and hairline, are totally and completely unruly, and this set helps to smooth down the noodle strands that stick up at all kinds of weird angles.

Here’s the kicker: both the shampoo and conditioner tame the crazies without weighing my strands down.

I don’t like most hair products designed to defrizz and smooth because they usually leave a noticeable residue, and I don’t like it when my hair looks and feels like it’s covered in “stuff.” Not a fan of flat helmet head, ya know?

Even though these work well, they don’t leave a thick residue behind. Just smooth strands with lots of volume, lift and movement.

And they smell good too! They have a fabulous faint rose fragrance.

FYI, if you’d like to get just the shampoo or the conditioner separately, they’re about $8-9 each at Target (8-oz. bottle). Pantene also sells a boxed set with both for $12.99.

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen