IMO, everyone should have three different shampoos in their rotation: a regular shampoo, a dry shampoo, and, last but not least, a clarifying shampoo. Yes, really. Three shampoos. It might sound ~extra~, but a clarifying shampoo is formulated to deep-clean your hair and scalp
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Most clarifying shampoos are too harsh for curls and coils since they’re filled with powerful detergents (sulfates! dun dun dun) that can strip hair of its much-needed moisture. This gentle but effective formula removes residue while simultaneously hydrating hair with aloe, panthenol, and green tea extract, making it the ultimate cleanser for tight hair textures.
Dealing with build-up AND damaged hair? This clarifying shampoo is infused with apple cider vinegar to get rid of excess oil, hard water deposits, and flakes—plus a dose of hydrolyzed keratin to repair and strengthen your hair for a smooth, shiny finish. After you wash, follow up with a deep conditioning treatment and you'll be good to go.
Those with color-treated hair should be especially careful when using clarifying shampoos, since most deep-cleaning formulas can fade your dye job. This sulfate-free shampoo uses gentle cleansers and sea water to get rid of build-up without stripping color as well as minerals, aloe vera, and honey moisturizer your hair and enhance its shine.
This clarifying shampoo gel turns into a lightweight foam that removes dirt, oil, and build-up to deep clean your hair and scalp without making it feel dry or stripped. It's all thanks to oil-absorbing pink clay, detoxifying charcoal powder, and balancing Indian cress extract.
If you have curly and/or color-treated hair, this is the clarifying shampoo for you. The incredibly gentle, curl-friendly formula is infused with lemon extracts to help to absorb excess oil on the scalp, seal down your cuticles, and make your hair color look super shiny and vibrant.
Clarifying shampoos should typically be used only once a week, but oily hair types that require frequent washes can use this gentle formula almost every day. This vegan and sulfate-free cleanser combines fruit juice extracts (acai, pomegranate, and blackberry, to name a few) with hydrating oils like lavender and avocado to gently clean and lightly moisturize.
Anyone with an itchy or flaking scalp should start washing with this clarifying shampoo ASAP. It uses a combo of zinc pyrithione (the active ingredient that effectively gets rid of dandruff), coconut water, and argan oil to detox your scalp and hydrate your hair.
It's hard to find a good, yet inexpensive, shampoo and it's even harder to find a good clarifying shampoo that's inexpensive, which is why this $4 Dove formula is so impressive. The clarifying drugstore shampoo is best for normal-to-oily hair types and easily removes build-up and excess grease without damaging your hair (or your wallet).
This lightweight clarifying shampoo combines deep-cleaning rosemary leaf extract, witch hazel, and tea tree oil with ultra-hydrating coconut oil for hair that’s clean, soft, and bouncy. The best part? The formula is topped off with hydrolyzed soy protein, which works to strengthen dull, fine hair.
If even the words “clarifying shampoo” make your already-parched hair feel dryer, allow this ultra-hydrating formula to change your mind. As lavender, rosemary, and chamomile extracts clean your scalp and hair, a blend of argan oil, keratin, and jojoba-seed extract strengthen and moisturize even the driest, most damaged of strands.
This clarifying shampoo
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Lather up with this clarifying shampoo once a week to treat your hair and scalp to a mini detox. It uses charcoal to absorb dirt, excess oil, and hard-water build-up. Plus, it contains a patented "healthy hair molecule" to repel dirt and oil so your hair stays cleaner for longer.
Inside this can: a super-fluffy, shaving-cream-like mousse that’s actually a clarifying shampoo. It uses sea kelp, eucalyptus, and volcanic ash powder (hence the black tint) to get rid of buildup and oil. Pump out a golf-ball-size amount of foam and massage it into your scalp and hair as needed, followed by conditioner.
Just like the charcoal face masks you use on your face, this clarifying shampoo uses the same charcoal ingredient to cleanse your scalp and dissolve intense product buildup. It’s also great for oily scalps, since the charcoal absorbs excess grease while you massage it on.
If most hair products leave your scalp itchy, oily, or irritated, Christophe Robin’s all-natural sea salt scrub has your name all over it. The hero ingredient in this formula is—you guessed it—sea salt, which gently exfoliates and cleanses your scalp and hair, as sweet almond oil hydrates and conditions.
Every time you step outside, pollution in the form of smoke, smog, and particulate matter (little microscopic pieces of dirt) latch on to your hair strands and make them look dull. To the rescue: this clarifying shampoo that's specially formulated to remove stubborn build-up from pollution as you wash.