Recently Wella has revamped their care range, previously called "lifetex", it has be relaunch as Wella Professional Care. Along with the change in name the idea behind the products have too.
Wella now have the matra "Discover high performance hair care that you SEE, TOUCH, and SENSE." .
Now I'm not 100% sure about that as I know that the old range Lifetex was mediocre at best. It did have some amazing stand out products such as the amazing self heating hair mask, but most of it was just slightly better than non salon brands.
Anyway to help promote the launch I was sent a very generous sample display pack. Inside was quite a few different things but I choose to try the Enrich shampoo and conditioner -This rich moisturising shampoo leaves coarse, unruly hair irresistibly smooth. With silk extract.
I did speak to a hairdresser who said that she really loved this shampoo, so I was looking forward to nice soft shiny hair.
The shampoo and conditioner have the same light fragrance it is pleasant smell but they don't smell yummy like some ranges. The shampoo is quite runny and does not lather up into a rich foam, but it does seem to clean very well. Maybe a bit too well as rather than enriching my hair it felt like washing my hair with fairy liquid (yes I have done this, but thats a long story) it seemed to strip my hair. I quickly moved on to the conditioner hoping it would restore some life into my hair. The conditioner is thicker than the shampoo and has a creamy texture. I left it on my hair for 3 mins and rinsed. It left my hair feeling a little better than after the shampoo but not the super soft hair I was expecting.
I dried my hair to see the overall condition and I was disappointed although my hair is clean and feels smooth to touch it also feels dry. I am going to have to use some leave in conditioner to fix it.
I am going to try some of the rest of the range and hopefully it will be better. I was going to give you the details of where to buy this product but I was so disappointed in it's performance I feel it is best not to.