I’ve been using Pantene for the past couple of years and noticed that my hair was getting frizzy and drying up. I’ve had many trims but never solves the problem. I found out my Pantene shampoo and conditioner was the problem that I was having with my hair. I suggest everyone not to buy the cheap Pantene shampoo and conditioner. And purchase a high-end product like matrix or redkin. These hair products works so well with my hair, you will not believe the results. Remember, if the product is cheap, the result will also be cheap.
Consumer-product giant Procter and Gamble’s five brand ambassadors who vouched for the effectiveness of Pantene shampoo were fashion and beauty icon Aamina Sheikh, hair expert Meher Najeeb, career coach Asma Mustafa, editor Barza Talha and showbiz personality Ayesha Omar. The ladies were seated on a small stage and had their own experiences to share in which using Pantene saved their hair from the evils of chemicals and electronic hair appliances.
I used Pantene shampoo and conditioner for the very first time and I must say my hair feels really soft and silky after shower. I have black straight hair and I never use blow drier…I just towel dry and comb it and my hair looks like I have blow dried it bec it’s so straight and very manageable. So anyway, after using all my Pantene shampoo and conditioner, I started using suave coconut shampoo and conditioner which isn’t the first time and I always liked it too… After a week My hair started to fall out like crazy and I just noticed today that I have itchy head full of dandruff what could have caused this?
Pantene products have recently (literally) come under fire, for ostensibly causing hazardous side effects during routine dye jobs.
Patrik Alan Simpson of Mixed Elements salon in Maryland last week with a public service announcement for anyone willing to listen (uh, read). "For the love of anything holy...PLEASE stop using this crap in your hair!" he wrote.
"This crap" unceremoniously refers to Pantene's Moisture Renewal shampoo and conditioner, which he included a picture of in the post. He went on to recount a situation in which a client's hair started to burn — with smoke "billowing out" of the aluminium foil — after he applied a light-blond, ombré colour to her hair. He stressed that he's been doing this process for years without incident.
"I asked the usual questions i.e. Well water, medication etc. the only thing that was there, she used Pantene shampoo and conditioner for over a year," he explains on Facebook. "With the build up of parabens and plastic and silicones when it comes in-contact with a bleach or hi-lift colour it reacts and the bleach will melt off the build up and becomes a very hot liquid and if it come in contact with skin it will cause a burn. [sic]"
This seems to be a hot-button issue. Many Pantene users claim to have experienced similar issues — some of them flocking to Simpson's post (which has 56,000+ shares and counting) with their own stories. "This happened to me yeeeears ago! My scalp bubbled from the burns. It was awful. Now, I only use Organix or Renpure," one Facebook user wrote. "I used to use this when my mum dyed my hair back blonde. Same thing happened to me, very scary," another recalled. There are even several discussion threads — from , and — where people complain about the negative effects they attribute to the brand's products, which range from burning incidents to hair loss.
Despite the number of complaints, we couldn't uncover any scientific evidence that proves Pantene is at fault in any of these incidents. And the experts we spoke with didn't seem to be convinced of the claims.