TRESemmé Co-wash has been my go-to for about 2 weeks now. I was lucky enough to receive this product from Rubybox to review before it even launched so I could let you know what my thoughts are.

I decided to start writing this blog post from my very first wash so I could let you know what my first impressions were as well.

As most of you may know I struggle with frizz and fly-aways A LOT and I’m always searching and keen to try products that tame both those struggles in the most convenient way possible.

TRESemmé Co-wash comes in three different variants: Keratin Smooth, Platinum Strength and Botanic. The one I’ll be talking about in this post is the Keratin Smooth range.

First impressions:

  • I love how soft and smooth my hair feels immediately after washing it.
  • It’s a bit weird, not necessarily bad weird but felt quite odd washing my hair with no foam. It made me feel like it wasn’t cleaning my hair.
  • It defines my curls a lot and I definitely don’t need to apply a conditioner after using it (obvs).
  • It smells amazing, like all their other products, so fresh and clean and the liquid comes out easily.


  • Softer, sleeker and shinier hair for sure!
  • Free from keratin, dyes and parabens (yaaaaas!)
  • Controls frizz for up to 72 hours.
  • Tames fly-aways.
  • Doesn’t strip your hair from its natural oils, that it so desperately needs to keep it healthy.
  • Gently cleanses and nourishes your hair, compared to your normal shampoo.


For some reason, the expert keratin range (in general) causes dandruff on my scalp. I don’t think the product itself is a bad product but I think the marula oil in this range is the cause of it. I might be wrong though but I do notice dandruff after washing my hair with the product. I’d suggest a really good anti-dandruff shampoo once a week and using this one every other wash.

#RubyBox #TRESemmé


1 Comment

  1. August 19 / 2:01 am

    So many people have no clue that fast growth shampoos (obviously without any sulfates, parabens or DEA) exist. Individuals now may possess longer hair and enjoy more options. Certainly worth considering.

    When you’re looking into hair loss, damaged hair, avoiding skin disorders, hair growth, hair care more often than not, very similar thoughts become relevant.

    In most cases, you will want to stay away from hair products and treatments that use chemicals like parabens, DEA and sulfates.

    What’s healthy for your hair is healthy for your skin as well.

    It goes without saying your content here is so useful for many reasons. It steers away from the common pitfalls and mistakes most fall into- getting horrible alternatives. Greatly appreciated!

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