LATHER UP Cheap shampoos for all hair types that you can buy in 2019


There’s a shampoo for every type of hair (oily, dry, thick, curly) as well as some for itchy scalps or even others for the ethically minded – just try a shampoo bar.We’ve rounded up our favourite best cheap shampoos that tick every box you’ll want them to.No matter how invested in our beauty routines we are – or how laidback – we all need a good shampoo – ideally one designed to suit our specific hair type.Now there are more salon-quality ingredients in drugstore shampoos than ever before, from nourishing oils to smoothing keratin.Hair manufacturers

Clarifying shampoos are designed to detox oily hair, volumising shampoo is a must for fine hair, while shampoos branded as SLS or sulphate-free are the new craze: they cleanse hair gently without stripping it of essential oils.

Since recent advice from the pros suggests that we shouldn’t be over-shampooing our hair, most of us are also investing in a dry shampoo – ideal for keeping hair looking clean and smelling fresh in between washes.Here's our selection of the best budget-friendly shampoos available on the market today.
1. Asda Anti-Dandruff Shampoo Classic Fragrance

While Lidl and Aldi also have sub-£1 shampoos, you can't order them online like you can at Asda.This cheap anti-dandruff shampoo has the active ingredient zinc pyrithione, and fans love it, declaring it's "better than Head & Shoulders" and "cheap and gets the job done".

2. Alberto Balsam Tea Tree Tingle Shampoo
This invigorating tea tree shampoo has a nice smell and gently cleanses, with strengthening pro-vitamin B5 to revitalise the scalp.Fans say it also works well on sensitive scalps.

3. XHC Cleansing Purifying Charcoal Shampoo Xpel Hair CareThis top-rated charcoal shampoo is sulphate and paraben-free and infused with grapefruit oil and lemon oil to thoroughly eliminate all impurities from the hair.People like that it is soothing on the scalp, smells good and keeps hair strong.
4. Friendly Soap Shampoo Bar Lavender & Geranium

Shampoo bars are the next big thing - they're ethical, plastic-free and they work.Plus, they're cost-effective: this bar is less than £3 and will last for ages (they say a shampoo bar is equivalent to two or three 250ml shampoo bottles).This yummy-smelling bar contains castor oil for a conditioning, cleansing lather, as well as relaxing lavender and rose geranium essential oils.
5. Batiste Wildflower Dry Shampoo for Oily Hair

Dry shampoos aren't just for keeping hair fresh between washes, they're also essential post-morning workout, in your festival bag and are handy when you travel.Batiste is cheap and effective, plus this new Wildflower edition looks and smells amazing, with a combination of watermelon sorbet, apple blossom, lotus flower and hibiscus.
6. Herbal Essences Shampoo Bee Strong

This cheap strengthening shampoo is designed for dry, damaged hair, and claims to replenish silkiness and repair damage to each strand's protective outer layer.It also has a lovely honey and apricot aroma.As one reviewer said: "Fantastic shampoo and conditioner. Smells gorgeous and leaves my hair feeling soft but manageable.

"Our house is home to 3 females with long hair so a good shampoo is high on our list of priorities."
7. Noughty Care Taker Scalp Soothing Shampoo

This 97 per cent natural shampoo is sulphate-free, with no parabens, silicones or petrochemicals.It's designed to soothe dry, itchy, dandruff-prone scalps, thanks to bisabolol and oatmeal extract.Fans say it's a "calming lovely shampoo," "very good for everyday use" and leaves hair looking "shiny and hydrated."

The Noughty range is fantastic and all the products are sulphate-free and designed to suit all different hair types.
8. The Body Shop Banana Truly Nourishing ShampooThis beloved vegetarian, silicone-free shampoo from The Body Shop is a longtime favourite that's worth the extra couple-pound splurge.It features Community Trade organic banana puree from Ecuador to leave hair feeling soft and hydrated.What's especially brilliant about this shampoo is how well it serves a multitude of hair types, like thick and frizzy or greasy and fine.




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