Monday, June 9, 2014

Adovia Dead Sea Mineral Mud Shampoo #Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Do you ever feel like your shampoo could always be doing something better? Like you have to pick and choose what you want in a shampoo based on what your hair needs the most? Wouldn't it be nice to just pick one shampoo that deep cleans your scalp, eases itching and dandruff, moisturizes dry hair, balances oily hair, and doesn't weigh your hair down? Surprise! You're about to hear about that shampoo right now!


Adovia Mineral Skin Care's Dead Sea Mineral Mud Shampoo was designed with all hair types in mind. Along with Dead Sea Mud, Chamomile and Olive Oil hydrate and soothe itchy dry scalps without adding extra oiliness. The minerals in this shampoo work extra hard to restore proper skin function to your scalp and to regulate moisture retention as well as hydration.

When I first tried Adovia Mineral Mud Shampoo I was honestly a little scared. Was I really going to put mud shampoo in my hair? What was it going to do to my scalp? Was it going to wash out?! Yikes... But alas, my worries were unnecessary. After the first use I noticed my hair was shiner and felt... freer? It almost felt like it was cleaner than it had ever been before. It had a great amount of movement without being frizzy. I also noticed that it did not strip any of my hair color when I rinsed, which is something I really watch for as I don't like to dye my hair too often. By the next few uses I noticed my psoriasis had cleared up dramatically. My scalp had almost completely stopped itching, there were minimal flakes, and I didn't encounter scales or lumps on my scalp anymore. This shampoo has been like a miracle in a bottle, I'm in love!

You can find more information about, as well as purchase, Adovia Dead Sea Mineral Mud Shampoo on Amazon.


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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