Friday, June 6, 2014

Suave Natural Infusion Macadamia Moisturizing Shampoo & Conditioner (Purology Dupe)

Today I will be reviewing the Suave Natural Infusion Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner. I had been having huge problems with frizz, so I asked my "Gay Husband" what was the best product to use for frizz. He texted me back and said the Purology brand, I already knew the price point of Purology and I knew that it wasn't the brand for me, I had seen the commercials for the Suave Infusion collections but after a glance at the nice commercial I quickly dismissed it. But I saw the Commercial again which prompted me to try it once I heard that it supposedly worked just as well as Purology on the commercial. The next day I went to Walgreens and picked up the shampoo and conditioner, I was a bit skeptical because the shampoo has sulfate but I decided to try it anyway. Here comes the review!

Washing Experience
The first thing that I noticed with this shampoo is that it lathered really well but it didn't feel like it was drying my hair out, I thought this must just be the way it feels until I rinse it. Then I rinsed it, I was awaiting the dry hair but my hair stayed feeling just as silky, next was conditioner which was equally as great.

Did It Do What It Said It Would?

Now here's what Suave said the shampoo would do:
  • 10x more moisturization
  • Softer, smoother look
  • Luxurious nature-inspired fragrance
The shampoo and conditioner are moisturizing and probably the most moisturizing shampoo that I have used that has sulfate in it but I cant exactly say that it is 10 times more moisturizing than any other shampoo I've tried and I definitely cant compare it to Purology because I have never tried Purology before. It does make my hair feel softer than compared to other shampoos with sulfate in them but it does make it look any softer and I really agree that the fragrance is amazing!

The Verdict
Overall this is a great shampoo and conditioner is you are looking for something inexpensive and effective, It doesn't necessarily keep your hair from getting frizzy so when I run out of this I don't know if I will be repurchasing it because that is usually a must with my shampoos. But It won't dry your hair out, it smells great, and it moisturizes the hair. Just don't expect frizz control with this shampoo and conditioner.

Suave Natural Infusions can be found at Most drugstores, I purchased my shampoo and conditioner for $3.99 each

Thank you for reading and be beautiful! (^_^)


  1. Hi... I'm a curly girl, and just ran across your post. I wanted to let you know that I haven't used shampoo since probably 2006 or so, and don't have trouble with frizzies at all. I used to use whatever conditioner looked good when I was at the store and close to running out. I use conditioner in the shower (wet my hair, condition, let the condition do its work while I clean the rest of me, then rinse everything off). I use that in combo with the tre semme moisture proofing mousse. I love the results. Then I splurged and bought a bottle of Pureology Conditioner based on the recommendation of a hair blogger I follow. I have to say that I'll probably get it again because I love the way it makes my hair feel and it seems that it heals the hair more than other stuff I've tried. I would say that the bottle has lasted me close to four mos? but one thing I did that I wouldn't recommend doing is that I added water as I neared the end of the bottle in an attempt to make it last longer, and I think the hard water reacted with the ingredients and now it doesn't seem to work as well as it was. Overall, I think I'll probably get it again, since it lasts so long and works so well. Just wanted to stop in and say hi, and to let you know what I use to combat the frizzies on my curls. Blessings and good luck!!! =)

    1. I am so sorry I did not see your comment, I have been away from here for a little while. I was talking about frizz in terms of flat ironing my hair, which I find the only thing that really helps that is the Pantene Conditioner with Argan oil in it. And I do the same thing with putting water in my conditioner too! I usually like the texture more, thank you so much for your comment and for viewing my website, I wish you many blessings as well!!!