L’Oréal Ever Pure Shampoo

When I first saw this Shampoo in drugstores I got really excited about it, because it is quite challenging to find sulfate-free shampoos in Switzerland. Therefore I just had to give the L’Oréal Ever Pure Shampoo a chance. As it turns out I am glad I gave this product a try, because I definitely like it!

A lot of European curlies ask me, where I get my silicone- and sulfate-free shampoos and the answer is that I usually order them online from the US. This automatically means paying a lot of shipping and taxes on the products, which is kind of annoying. I therefore decided to try more products, which are available in Swiss drugstores like the L’Oréal Ever Pure Shampoo (for colored hair and additional volume)!

L'Oréal Ever Pure Shampoo

I like this shampoo, because it is not too expensive!

Why you should give this shampoo a try:

  • It has no sulfates in it
  • Because it is a drugstore product, it is cheaper than other sulfate-free shampoos (this is especially true if you live in Switzerland/Europe)
  • It cleans my curls while still leaving them moisturized and shiny

I am still looking for more drugstore products to try, especially conditioner and styler – are there any drugstore ones that you liked? If so, please let me know!

12 Comments
  • Beatrice
    October 9, 2015

    Hello, Sandra! It’s nice to find a blog and see a post made only yesterday, and what’s more, to realize the blog owner is Swiss, when I am living in your beautiful country! So I thought I’d leave a comment 🙂 So as not to be too off-topic: I have been using this shampoo for over one year, and have no complaints. Well, not exactly this very one, but the other one in the same line: Shampoo Reparatur, ausgetrocknetes, geschädigtes Haar.
    I have just bought a L’Oréal styler “Dual stylers bouncy and tender”, but have not tried it yet. Do you know that one? Would you recommend it?
    Cheers!
    Beatrice

    • Sandra
      October 14, 2015

      Hi Beatrice, it’s nice to hear from you 🙂 I haven’t tried the mentioned styler, but I’ll definitely take a look at it’s ingredients! Thanks for the tip

  • Curls and Beauty Diary
    October 10, 2015

    Hi Sandra! I am from India and I am with you on the fact that we need to ship in most of the curly hair products from the US 🙁

  • Melanie
    October 10, 2015

    Hey, I’ll definitely try this some time… I have the same problem since I’m living in Germany… I like the Rainforest moisture Shampoo from Body Shop a lot. It’s not that expensive and moisturises my hair really well! You should definitely try it – and there always are these little bottles to try out for only 3 euros I think.

    • Sandra
      October 14, 2015

      What a good idea, I’ll definitely have to take a look at the Body Shop products! Thanks!

  • Amanda
    October 12, 2015

    I live in South Africa and here is really difficult to find sulfate free shampoos as well.. I usually buy them from US, like you.. :/
    Sometimes it’s so hard to be a curly girl! Thanks God we have good blogs as yours to help us! 🙂

  • esther
    October 16, 2015

    Hi Sandra, you can get natural curly hair products right here in Switzerland from Afroshoppe.ch! We also ship internationally and I believe you do save on the US shipping costs. Glad to have found your blog:)!!
    Best,
    Esther

  • Fabi
    November 9, 2015

    Thanks for posting your review on the Everpure Loreal shampoo/conditioner product. I tried it and my 3a curls approve! 🙂

  • Sasha Bertolini
    December 12, 2015

    Hey! Sandra, I love your website! it’s literally amazing! by the way do you know any good conditioners to invest in without having them to buy them from the US? trust me.. I am searching for good conditioners without postage fees like a crazy but I find none. I live in Europe as well.
    I hope you answer me!
    ♥ see you
    Sasha Bertolini

    • Sandra
      December 15, 2015

      There are some online shops in Europe, where you’re able to buy some American products (however they’re still expensive without the additional postage and taxes). You could try one of these. Unfortunately I haven’t yet found a good silicone- and sulfate-free conditioner in Europe that I like (it seems to be even trickier in Switzerland…)

      I found this article a while back that might help you: http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/curl-products/15-american-curly-hair-product-dupes-found-in-europe/

      • Sasha Bertolini
        December 16, 2015

        Thanks! seriously, this helped me a lot!
        thanks again♥ can’t wait to buy them!

  • Nina
    April 30, 2016

    Hi, have you tried the Cantu brand range of products? I’m German living in the uk, and it is available in both countries 😀 I especially love their moisturising twist and lock gel. It’s my current holy grail product.

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