Moisturizing Shampoos Under $5

Those of us with dry hair are always looking to find the best affordable moisturizing hair conditions that can actually leave our hair hydrated, soft and manageable. Well, you can stop looking now because I am about to give you five moisturizing shampoo reviews under $5 that can help cleanse and hydrate you hair without stripping it dry with harsh ingredients.

Freeman Papaya and Mango Moisture Shampoo

The Freeman Papaya and Mango Moisture Shampoo cost around $4 per 13.5 ounce bottle. The shampoo is made from cleansing and moisturizing ingredients such as mango and papaya extracts, coconut, kelp, meadow foam, acai fruit, jojoba oil, vitamins, minerals, rice protein and ginseng root. This moisturizing shampoo has a pleasant tropical scent that will make you feel like you are on a tropical island when you are washing your hair in the shower. The shampoo itself has an orangey yellow appearance and a nice thick consistency that helps lather the hair up nicely whether it is short or long. In addition, the shampoo rinses out well and doesn’t leave the hair feeling dried out and brittle.

Suave Moisturizing Almond and Shea Butter Shampoo

If your hair is damaged and dry you might want to consider using Suave Moisturizing Almond and Shea Butter Shampoo. It cost around $3 per 12 ounce fluid bottle of moisturizing shampoo and is made from natural moisturizing ingredients like aloe, almond oil, shea butter, lavender flowers, jojoba seed oil, chamomile flowers, lemongrass oil, rosemary oil, vitamins and minerals. This shampoo has a sweet almond buttery scent that I found to be delightful to the senses. The shampoo itself has a golden yellow color and is creamy in texture, but lathers up really well in all hair types and rinses out well without leaving shampoo residue left in the hair. I personally found this shampoo to make my fine long hair manageable, shinier and softer.

Palmer’s Moisture Rich Shampoo

Now if you have thick tangled dried out hair the Palmer’s Moisture Rich Shampoo might be the one for you. It cost around $4 and comes in a large 13 ounce bottle. The shampoo itself is made with natural moisturizing ingredients such as peppermint oils, caramel, minerals and cocoa butter. This moisturizing shampoo was thick and rich with a cocoa buttery mint scent to it that I really liked, but I think that is because it didn’t make me sneeze. However, I found it to be too heavy for my fine hair, but it works perfect in tick tangled coarse hair that needs a bit of moisturizing and cleansing. The shampoo does lather up well and rinses out nicely leaving the hair feeling like it was just conditioned with a hair conditioner.

Aussie Moist Shampoo

Aussie Moist Shampoo is one of my personal favorites to use because it works great in all hair types. I use it for myself and have used it for cleansing all my little sisters’ hairs. This lovely moisturizing shampoo comes in a 13 fluid ounce bottle and cost around $4. It has a sweet florally scent to it and is made with moisturizing ingredients like vitamins, minerals, jojoba oil, sea kelp and aloe. This shampoo has a clear golden color to it and a thick consistency. It lathers the hair up nicely with big foam and rinses out extremely well leaving hair manageable and soft.

Garnier Fructis Haircare Triple Nutrition Fortifying Shampoo

The Garnier Fructis Haircare Triple Nutrition Fortifying Shampoo is in a 13 fluid ounce bottle and cost around $4. This shampoo is made from natural nourishing and moisturizing ingredients like olive oil, avocados, shea butter, black currant, lemon peel extract, persea gratissima oil, apple extracts, white and green teas and antioxidants. This shampoo has a lovely clean apple scent to it that I cannot get enough of. This shampoo has a yellow color to it a luscious thick texture that really lathers hair up with tons of moisturizing bubbles. The shampoo also rinses out nicely and leaves dry hair feeling moisturized, soft and manageable with the refreshing scent of apples. I would highly recommend this moisturizing shampoo for all hair types thick or thin.

So, there you have it a list of review moisturizing shampoos that are under $5 and worth using to cleansing and moisturize the hair well without being to harsh. I do hope those of you who try some of these shampoos out enjoy the way they work in your hair as much as I did, and the money you will be saving again. I wish you all some happy hydrated hair days ahead of you.

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