For starters, the 750-millimeter bottle with a push pump is as big as my head, so it'll be around for a hot minute, especially since a little goes a long way.
When I washed my hair in the shower with the shampoo for the first time, I couldn't help but notice how well the light, milky and creamy-like formula went onto my hair. It lathers easily, and my strands absorbed this stuff up. I could feel it working its magic, cleansing my scalp to the tip of my strands so that no hair was left behind. I could even smell it—it has a strong minty scent—and it left my locks squeaky clean without drying them out (shoutout to the Folligen Complex as well as zinc pyrithione, panthenol and salicylic acid ingredients).
The brand claims it's clinically proven to reduce sebum and dead skin cells by 78.4 percent and 37.6 percent respectively, while also increasing scalp strength by 8.2 percent. While I can't speak about my scalp health for certain, I can say my scalp felt revived after using the shampoo. Most importantly, there was no dandruff in sight.