Kerastase Resistance Bain Therapiste Shampoo Review

Kerastase Resistance Bain Therapiste Shampoo

It’s always a good day when you receive a Vox Box of goodies from Influenster! Recently, I received the Kerastase Vox Box which included a shampoo and conditioner from the Kerastase Resistance Collection. I don’t usually get too amped over shampoo and conditioner but I was excited to try some new goodies that I’ve never heard of.

After doing a quick search, I discovered that Kerastase is a French-based luxury haircare line with some pretty impressive products that garner rave reviews from all hair types. I usually stick to my tried and true budget on a beauty hair brands but I’m completely blown away by the quality of Kerastase.

The Resistance Bain Therapiste Shampoo is designed to treat damaged, over-processed hair by repairing the hair fiber as it gently cleanses. I wouldn’t exactly classify my hair as damaged or over-processed, but I relax my hair so it can get very dry and brittle at times — making this the perfect shampoo for my mane.

I usually stick to co-washing since most shampoos tend to strip my natural oils making my parched strands feel even drier but I’ve been able to successfully shampoo my hair at least once week using the Resistance Bain Therapiste Shampoo. Kerastase managed to create a balm-in-shampoo formula that’s moisturizing yet still manages to thoroughly cleanse my dry strands.

The Resistance Bain Therapiste Shampoo has a thick, gel-like consistency that coats each strand and works up a luxurious lather. A little goes a very long way to get a good, deep cleanse — even on my thick, long hair. Once I rinse it out, my hair feels squeaky clean but still soft with lots of shine and a faint powdery floral scent. And it stays clean. That’s the part I like best about this shampoo. I usually wash my hair once a week because it can get pretty dirty. However, I went almost 3 weeks without washing my hair after the first time I used the Resistance Bain Therapiste Shampoo and my hair was still pretty clean despite all the moisturizing and sealing I do on a regular basis.

The Kerastase Resistance Bain Therapiste Shampoo is definitely more expensive than I’m used to ($40) but I’m very impressed with the quality and results. My dry, relaxed strands can be very picky when it comes to shampoo but I think I’ve finally found a winner. Even my mom loves this stuff!

Have you tried any Kerastase products before?