Best Bondi Boost Shampoos & Conditioners

8 listings
Bondi Boost HG

Bondi Boost HG

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4.7 from 1,594 reviews

Homegrown haircare brand, Bondi Boost offers a shampoo and conditioner bundle that is cruelty-free and contains organic ingredients for $74.99 to help promote hair growth.

  • Cruelty-free and vegan

  • Free from silicones, sulphates and parabens

  • Safe for coloured hair

  • Can be drying for some hair types

  • Value for Money
    4.3 (824)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (30) · No (888)
  • Smell
    4.6 (792)
Bondi Boost Rapid Repair

Bondi Boost Rapid Repair

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4.2 from 37 reviews

Bondi Boost’s Rapid Repair delivers rapid results to dry damaged hair, reducing further breakage, sealing the hair cuticle and repairing split ends.

  • Natural organic ingredients

  • Cruelty-free

  • Repairs split ends

  • May leave oily residue

  • Smell can be strong

  • Value for Money
    3.7 (33)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (2) · No (31)
  • Smell
    4.2 (29)
Bondi Boost Dandruff Repair

Bondi Boost Dandruff Repair

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3.9 from 45 reviews

Latest review: I brought this shampoo and conditioner for anti dandruff, first time use it was ok but my face was burning from the mint in it. I used this for about a month and within that month my hair was falling

  • Value for Money
    3.9 (40)
  • Causes Irritation Yes (6) · No (37)
  • Smell
    4.3 (38)
Bondi Boost Curl Boss Shampoo & Conditioner

Latest review: I have always had healthy, long hair. I started using this shampoo and conditioner and my hair felt like there was a film over it, even when I rinsed for 3 minutes. I thought that if I continued to

Bondi Boost Dry Shampoo + Styling Powder

Latest review: This dry Shampoo as a last resort because I was in a rush. I had heard great things about Bondi boost and therefore was excited to use this product because it was a powder so I thought it would work

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