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Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy Trial: Part Two

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It was a full 7 days ago that I first started washing my hair with the Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy, and I introduced you to the concept over the weekend.  I have now finished day seven, and I have NEVER been so excited about a hair product.  If you need a refresher on the condition of my locks, be sure you check out my first post on the product.

For this trial, I only used the shampoo and conditioner, and I blow dried my hair on day 1 and day 7 with NO additional product.  I usually use a "thickening" cream or a leave-in conditioner, and I can't even get my brush through my hair when it's wet.  After just 3 days with the Clear therapy, however, I was getting a brush through easily, and I noticed my hair was shinier and softer.  I also found it to feel very smooth and thicker than it usually is.  (To give you an example, my husband says I look like a poof ball in the morning; my frizzy hair sticks up horribly in the back and gets knotted and tangled just by sleeping on it.  This hasn't happened since I started using Clear.)

Before you take my word for it, you have to check out how awesome my hair looks now:

No product in my hair, just using the shampoo and conditioner.  I did wash my hair twice with the product, because I like the idea of a lather, and it was hard to achieve with just one wash.  The conditioner didn't feel heavy -- in fact, my hair didn't really feel slick like wet hair usually does with other conditioners.  I knew it was working, however, by how easy my hair was to brush.

Here's the official "before" and "after":


If you look, you can see how the layers that I'm growing out were very frizzy on the ends, and they almost disappear into the rest of my hair after using clear. 

This product is not ridiculously expensive like salon products.  You can get it at your local Walmart for less than $6 each!  It comes in total care (for all hair types), damage and color repair, volumizing root boost (this is what I'll be trying next), strong lengths, and moisturizing dry scalp.

I am very pleased to find something that gives my hair a boost without a lot of work, money, or product.  Since it works to make the scalp healthier, I also feel like it addresses a hair concern that was previously only approached by the dandruff shampoo companies.  I don't have dandruff, but my scalp is important to me!  (And stats from Clear say that 99% of hair's natural strength and beauty actually comes from the scalp.)

Find this product at your local Walmart and learn more at the official Facebook page!

*I am a participant in the Walmart Moms program. Walmart has provided me with compensation for my time on this post. Participation in this program is voluntary. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.

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