Kerastase Discipline Bain Fluidealiste Smooth-in-Motion Shampoo: Review

I am officially done with summers…yes its just April and I am done with the heat already.It is such a pain to get anything done when all you want to do is sit in air conditioning and sip on a glass of lemonade. To add to it I have been advised by the doctor to lose weight due to health reason so I have started running again which is not something I am enjoying as it gets my hair all sweaty and sticky so I need to wash my hair almost every alternate day which is such a tiring thing to do.

The frequent washing wasn’t doing my hair any favors as well and I was left with frizzy hair that refused to be managed. I finally decided to switch shampoos and went back to Kerastase because they have always done wonders for my mess of a mane. When I went to the salon to buy the shampoo, I had a different shampoo in mind but I came across the Kerastase Discipline Bain Fluidealiste range which claimed to do everything I needed and was sulfate free so it was obviously a no-brainer decision to go for it.

Price: Rs 1400 for 80 ml, 2500 for 250 ml

Packaging

The Kerastase Discipline Bain Fluidealiste Smooth-in-Motion Shampoo comes in a run of the mill pink plastic bottle packaging with a twist up packaging. The bottle is a little bulky so I do not like to carry it around and usually transfer the product into a travel-friendly packaging when I am on the go.

Texture & Product

The shampoo is a pearly white liquid with a runny consistency. It lathers up quite easily and really well so no complaints in terms of the texture. It has a very soft floral fragrance that vanished the moment the shampoo lathers up so an ideal product for my sensitive nosed friends.

My Experience

I am really happy with the consistency of the product because it literally takes a pea-sized amount to cover my shoulder length hair. I also hate shampoos that don’t lather because I feel they do not clean my hair properly but I had no such issue with this

One of the problems that I have faced with sulfate free shampoos is that they dry out my hair but this shampoo leaves my hair nice and soft and this is without the application of any conditioner.

For my fellow sensitive scalped readers, this doesn’t irritate the scalp and my dandruff issue did not get aggravated when I switched to it which is pretty much one of my first red flags with any hair product.

I think the brand was referring to more manageable hair when they claimed to “discipline” your tresses and they do fulfill their claim to some extent as my hair did become less frizzy once I switched to this shampoo. I did see silicon in the ingredient list so I guess it is one of the major reason behind my hair feeling softer, looking shinier and being more manageable.

Final Verdict

Overall, I do like the shampoo and it does what it claims. The shampoo helped in controlling the growing problem of frizziness with my hair and made it more manageable. It did not cause any dryness and left my hair all soft and shiny.

It is on the pricier side but with the kind of results I got, I would recommend you getting it when your hair needs a little bit of attention.

Have you tried the Kerastase Discipline Bain Fluidealiste Range?

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