The “Chronologiste le Bain Revitalisant” by Kerastase comes in a bulky black container of 250 mL with gold inscription on it. The cap is a gold-colored screw-on lid which can be an issue because closing it becomes difficult after having poured shampoo into your hands.
Tested Shampoo and Hair Type Tested On:
This shampoo is designed for all hair types. We tested this shampoo on normal but thin hair.
The shampoo has a really nice flowery smell that lingers on the hair.
The “Chronologiste le Bain Revitalisant” shampoo by Kerastase has a gel-like consistency.
After testing the “Chronologist le Bain Revitalisant” we found that the shampoo cleansed the scalp very deeply and nourished the roots. This effect was noticed after the first use, when the dirt caused by pollution on the scalp was gone. In fact, the scalp felt very refreshed and the hair smelled really nice. Although the shampoo’s purpose is not to soften hair, but it did have that effect. The hair was also shinier and livelier.
The “Chronologiste le Bain Revitalisant” is very soft on the hair and the scalp: after use, we did not notice any irritation or redness and the scalp was soothed. However, the hydrating effects of the shampoo are minimal, so we recommend pairing it with a good conditioner, maybe even the one offered by Kerastase from the same line of products as this one: the “Crème Chronologiste.”
The most noticeable change in the hair, apart from the deep clean that this shampoo provides, is that the hair and the scalp felt regenerated. We found the claim made by Kerastase to be true- the “Chronologiste le Bain Revitalisant” did deliver “smoothness, shine, and softness while strengthening and regenerating the hair fiber.”
The average price for the “Chronologiste le Bain Revitalisant” is $32.5/250 mL. A good price compared Rene Furterer’s “Tonucia Toning and Densifying Shampoo” sells at $29/200 mL. However, the Kerastase shampoo is pricier than Klorane’s “Shampoo with Magnolia” which retails at $13/200 mL.