Review: Aveda Dry Remedy Moisturising Shampoo & Conditioner

Oh Aveda, how do I love thee? I love thee very much, especially when thee has created a stellar new shampoo and conditioner for dry, frizzy hair like mine.

I have tested a lot of lovely shampoos and conditioners you understand. Aveda’s Dry Remedy Shampoo made for – well, dry hair, is my latest. Coming a pale blue squeezy tube, this yellowing thick shampoo and conditioner is made to fix over processed hair like mine.


They say:

Instantly improves dry hair up to 63%, when used as part of our Dry RemedyTM Moisturizing System
The patent-pending Deep-Moisture complex penetrates hair to deliver lasting, intense moisture, powered by buriti oil, pomegranate and palm-derived conditioners

Basically – it is a FABULOUS shampoo and conditioner for dry hair.

After just one wash, my hair feels completely soft, shiny, knot free and bouncy – it is not horribly heavy like some moisturizing shampoos can be. The other half commented that my hair smells great (its a slightly nutty, floral smell) and being Aveda, theres no nasty SLS to make my scalp flare up.

The downside? the price. I swear, this shampoo is heavenly for anyone with dry hair but it is £18 smackers – however I got it with a discount at £15 from (free delivery on orders over £30 too). I cannot recommend this Shampoo and Conditioner enough – it is gut wrenchingly expensive mind you, but so so so so so lovely.

I also picked up my favourite curl enhancing product, Aveda’s Be Curl:


This is applied to damp hair and it just leaves the nicest, crust free bounce. I paid £16 for this last time from Selfridges but its £12.75 from here.

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  1. says

    I have dry hair! Aveda is not readily available here but we have specialty shops who sell them ..I see mostly skin moisturizers, So i’ll take a closer look 😀

    • Row says

      Hi Nikki

      This is expensive (really expensive I think) but sooooooo gorgeous. I can’t tell you how soft it makes my hair :)