The Kerastase Specifique Bain Prevention shampoo comes in a white bottle on which all the essential information about the components and results have been printed. Seeing that the bottle is opaque, it’s hard to tell how much shampoo you have left. The bottle’s flat cap is grey in colour and is quite inconvenient to use since you’ll have to fully unscrew it while showering, as opposed to other shampoo bottles that come with flip-top dispenser caps.
A transparent liquid formula that foams up when applied to the hair.
This shampoo has a faint, pleasant smell that doesn’t cause any irritation but gives off a fresh sensation.
The Bain Prevention shampoo was designed for normal hair prone to falling out.
We tried out this shampoo for a full month on hair that was starting to experience falling out for around six months and was being vainly treated with hair loss-prevention pills and other types of shampoos. The Kerastase Specifique Bain Prevention, however, left noticeable effects after a month of use as hair loss after showering was reduced to half the quantity and no signs of loose hair strands were to be found on pillows or floors any longer. The hair also seemed more vibrant and texturized after having been fragile, brittle, and constantly falling out.
Using it three times a week, we noticed that styling and brushing the hair became much easier after showering and that hair tangling decreased remarkably even without conditioning it. So if your main goal is to reduce hair loss, this shampoo does the trick. However, keep in mind that it does not help with regrowth, so you will need an alternative hair treatment designed for that.
The Kerastase Specifique Bain Prevention shampoo retails at 26.9 USD for a capacity of 250 ml in Lebanon. Its price is similar to that of other shampoos designed for hair loss-prevention such as Vichy’s Derco Densi-Solutions Thickening shampoo for 25.3 USD with the same capacity. As well as La Roche Posay’s Kerium Anti-hairloss shampoo for 24.4 USD per 200 ml.