Beauty Bubble – 8 Worst Hair Shampoos
8 Worst Hair Shampoos

Be kind to your hair. Avoid these.

Before you fall for promising packaging, see why readers gave these shampoos a thumbs down

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No. 8: Bumble and bumble Seaweed Shampoo, $16 average member rating: 4.4*

“It does have a funny smell and my hair doesn’t feel clean after use.”

No. 7: PHYTO PhytoSpecific Optimal Hydration Shampoo, $24 average member rating: 4.3*

“For the cost you can buy another better shampoo; it’s just not worth it.”

No. 6: Burt’s Bees Rosemary Mint Shampoo Bar, $5.99 average member rating: 4.2*

“It was pretty difficult to get enough lather to completely get my hair clean, and I ended up in the shower for way longer than I wanted to be.”

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  • Amina February 10, 2009 at 8:54 PM

    that rosemary mint was the worst!! it left a film in my hair and i looked like a hot mess!

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  • Todra P. February 4, 2009 at 7:57 PM

    The comment about Burt’s Bees comes from a place of misunderstanding how shampoo works. Burt’s Bees is a NATURAL product – no harmful sulfates (what creates lather but strips hair!). It’s not SUPPOSED to create big bubbles because lather doesn’t clean hair. I wash my hair with warm water and baking soda, then rinse it with Apple Cider Vinegar and spring water to restore PH balance. My hair is perfectly clean – no sulfates.