Friday, 5 May 2017

Elvive Low Shampoo

After a few weeks of using the Elvive Colour Protect Low Shampoo, I've decided to write a review about this unique product. At first I wasn't sure about it and if would clean my hair properly with no lather. To my surprise, the shampoo turned out to be a little revolution in my hair care routine...

Let's start with the bottle,its bright red package, 400ml and a pump to help distribute enough amount are great. I'm not a fan of big bottles as you can't really have them on the shelf in the shower as they would take up too much space but this bottle is slim and fits perfect on my little shower shelf. I find the pump very useful as it helps you to make sure you have the right amount of product.

Elvive Low Shampoo does not lather, it is more like a thick(ish) conditioner which makes is so good. It is very gentle on our hair with its non-foaming formula delicately removes impurities and does not strip the hair off its colour/natural oil. What is more, the product nourishes the fibre with conditioning ingredients to leave it feeling smoother with a silky-touch finish. 

It is recommended to use between 10-15 pumps starting from roots to the ends, depending on your hair. However, I've got quite thick hair with brittle ends and I only use between 3-5 pumps but I always wash my hair twice. First to soften the build up and second time to clean it properly.



Cetearyl Alcohol

Behentrimonium Chloride


Potato Starch Modified

Guar Hydrocypropyltrimonium Chloride


Cocos Nucifera Oil/Coconut Oil

Sodium Chloride

Sodium Benzoate


Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate



Poly(Linseed Oil)

Fumaric Acid

Benzyl Alcohol

Benzyl Salicylate




Isopropyl Alcohol

Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone


Cetyl Hydroxyethylcellulose

Butylphenyl Methylpropional


Cetrimonium Chloride

Citric Acid


Hexyl Cinnamal



All in all, I can't see any flaws and I would definitely recommend the product. After use my hair definitely feels smoother and softer, there is not much frizz either which is a blessing as my weave has tendency to it. Have a look for yourself.