Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Shampoo Review


What is the most exciting thing about Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Shampoo? Of course the bright orange color of the bottle. The ‘Goodbye Damage’ claim is certainly one of the reasons that compelled me to purchase this product, but it is actually the vibrant packaging which captivated me at the very first moment. So, here is my review:


Product Description:

Continue exposure to heat, pollution, dirt and dust spoil your hair? With regular use of Garnier Fructis GoodBye Damage Strengthening Shampoo, say ‘Hello’ to beautiful hair! Enriched with Amla + Fruit Vitamins and Nutrients, this powerful formula repairs hair & seals in damage cracks. It is voted ‘Product of the Year – 2014’ by the ‘Consumer Survey of Product Innovation’.

Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Shampoo Review

Its’ Secret:

An action to repair damaged, lifeless hair: The nutrients are known to provide nourishment. The formula strengthens the hair fibre, seals the cuticle and protects it. Your hair is uniformly smooth through lengths. Your hair shines!


Results:

  • Repairs 2 years of damage in 2 weeks*. Hair is stronger.
  • 10X stronger hair **.

[*Instrumental tests – oil + shampoo + conditioner + serum – 3 applications per week. Hair fibre surface state evaluation.

Instrumental test – shampoo + conditioner vs. non-conditioning shampoo.]

Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Shampoo Review

Ingredients:

Water, Sodium Laureth Sulphate, Coco-Betaine, Glycerin, Glycol Distearate, Sodium Chloride, Dimethicone, Niacinamide, Sugar Cane Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein PG-Propyl Silanetriol, Sodium Hydroxide, PPG-5-Ceteth-20, Trideceth-6, Polyquaternium-6, Salicylic Acid, Limonene, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Linalool, Benzyl Salicylate, Benzyl Alcohol, Amodimethicone, Fragrance, Apple Fruit Extract, Carbomer, Pyridoxine HCI, Citric Acid, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Cetrimonium Chloride, Lemon Peel Extract, Hexyl Cinnamal, Phyllanthus Emblica Fruit Extract. (F.I.L. C165968/2).

Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Shampoo Review

Shelf Life:

36 months

Application:

Apply on wet hair, lather and rinse. For extra care, use as part of the complete Fructis Goodbye Damage range.

Price:

Rs. 230 for 340 ml. and Rs. 125 for 175 ml.

Availability:

Very easily available both online and offline

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Packaging:

As I said before, Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Shampoo comes in a bright orange-colored bottle, which is really eye-catching. The shape of the bottle is quite unique. There is a small, round flip-open cap at the top of the bottle and it is dark green in color. All necessary information is printed on the body of the bottle with green, black and white, which give the packaging a whole new dimension.

The flip-cap sets tightly on the small opening of the bottle making it completely leakage-proof. Although I’ve the largest size of the product, the bottle can still be held in one hand easily and comfortably. I can’t take this bottle with me everywhere due to its size, but its’ smaller versions are absolutely travel-friendly. The only flaw of the packaging is that you can’t see how much product is left inside as the bottle is opaque. Otherwise, the overall packaging is very nice.

Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Shampoo Review

My Take on Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Shampoo:

The shampoo has a beautiful pearly white color and a pleasant fruity fragrance. The smell is very mild and shouldn’t bother sensitive noses. Though I expected a long-lasting aroma, it actually doesn’t last more than 45 to 60 minutes after application. The texture of the shampoo is silky smooth. Unlike other shampoos that are neither too thick nor too thin, Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Shampoo has quite a runny consistency and hence, you need to be careful while pouring it onto your palm. It lathers very well and a little amount is enough for a complete wash. It also comes off very easily with water. So, using it has never been a pain for me.

Coming to the effects of the shampoo, it works fairly for my hair. Usually, I wash my hair thrice every week with this shampoo along with the conditioner from the same range. Honestly speaking, during the first 2 weeks of use, I was completely disappointed with the results. My hair has become severely damaged by pollution, dirt, dust, sunlight, and once-in-a-while straightening.  This shampoo did nothing to my dry, rough and frizzy hair within first 14 days. But after that, I found that my hair is getting smoother, softer and more manageable with every wash. It adds a little volume to my hair and gives it a light bounce. However, you shouldn’t expect silky smooth and shiny hair from this. Rather, it nourishes the hair from inside out and repairs damages to some extent. But repairing 2 years of damages in 2 weeks is not at all a true claim.

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Pros:

  • Enriched with amla, fruit vitamins and other essential nutrients
  • Nourishes hair from inside out
  • Repairs damages to some extent
  • Makes hair visibly softer, smoother and more manageable
  • Adds slight volume to hair
  • Gives hair a little bounce
  • Pleasant fruity aroma
  • Lathers very well
  • Vibrant and attractive packaging
  • Travel-friendly
  • Cost-effective
  • Easily available

Cons:

  • Repairing 2 years of damages in 2 weeks is not a true claim
  • Doesn’t make hair silky and shiny
  • May not work well without Garnier Fructis Goodbye Damage Strengthening Conditioner

Rating: 3.5 / 5

Will I Recommend?

Well, if you are yet to find the best shampoo for your damaged hair, giving it a try will be a good idea.

About the author

Nilankeeta

A digital media professional, an ardent beauty lover and a passionate foodie - this is what describes Nilankeeta in a nutshell. She is in a serious relationship with music and can't think of a life without family, friends, and online shopping. When not working on projects or experimenting with foods or humming a new tune, you can find her relishing sarcastic stories saturated in humor and wit.