Innisfree Camellia Essential Shampoo Review By Zanne Xanne

I’ve run out of my hair shampoo lately, so I am going to review the hair product from Innisfree  Camellia Essential Shampoo which I received the sample long time ago. As we all know that Innisfree is renowned for its skin care products, but what about their recent hair product?

Hair Condition 

I have a short dyed hair length above my shoulder with oily scalp and slightly dry hair condition. Although I have cut my hair short, I still have to wash my hair daily to get rid of the oily and itchy scalp.


The Packaging 

It is a lovely red camellia packaging which contains of 30ml of nice scent shampoo. Although it is a product sample from Innisfree, overall the design is much more similar to the original product which housed in a 300ml red plastic bottle packaging.

Product Description 

Camellia Essential Shampoo claims to leave the hair healthy and silky smooth. It consists of Jeju Camellia Oil which rich in unsaturated fatty acids, moisturizes and nourishes damage hair. The shampoo revitalizes damaged hair affected by frequent perm and dyeing. It belongs to the “5 free systems”: free of parabens, synthetic colorants, mineral oil, animal-originated ingredients and imidazolidinyl urea. However, it consists of SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) which is an inexpensive chemical and widely used in many personal hygiene products. It is a transparent liquid with nice citrus smell that makes your hair smell good.

How To Use 

Pour an appropriate amount of shampoo, foam into your hands and massage it into your hair scalp. Rinse well thoroughly to remove the oil and dirt.

Overall Thoughts 

I don’t think it suits my hair very well. I can feel the dryness on my hair while applying and rubbing it onto my scalp and makes my hair frizzy. However, it does provide silky smooth to my hair texture after blowing and it is advised to apply hair conditioner or serum after shampooing your hair to remain the hair smooth and soft.

RATING ⭐⭐

2 Responses

  1. People have no idea that fast hair growth scalp therapy shampoos (obviously with no sulfates, no parabens and no DEA) are even a thing. We now may experience longer hair and attain more possibilities. Surely worth considering.

    When you’re discussing hair loss, hair damage, preventing hair disorders, fast hair growth, hair and scalp health normally, similar rules come to mind.

    Generally, you have to stay away from hair treatments and products that contain chemicals like parabens, DEA and sulfates.

    What’s beneficial for your hair is good for your skin as well.

    It goes without saying the content on this page is so accurate for so many reasons. It steers away from the accustomed errors and traps so many fall into: purchasing horrible alternatives. Thank you!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to Top

Powered by Jumix