The Bettys review P2 RefresHair

Three testers on the Betty panel try out Philip Pelusi's P2 RefresHair

Betty Review Panel

The Bettys Weigh in on Philip Pelusi P2 RefresHair

Does it really refresh?

-The Bettys

P2 RefresHairHas your hair lost its natural luster? Have years of tinting & coloring left you with a mangy mane? P2 RefreshHair from Philip Pelusi will help to correct that and then some!

If zero buildup and effortless shine sound like your cup of tea, grab a bottle and defrizz, revive, and rehydrate your way to a better head of hair.

Here’s what our Betty testers thought of this salon-style, in-between cleaner:

April:

Smells good, but I was sort of hoping this would be like a total shampoo in a bottle and it’s not. I think the key is to spritz some on JUST BEFORE you start to look a little bedraggled. It’ll definitely liven up your look and buy you some time before it’s time to wash, rinse and repeat.
*Betty-o-Meter rating: 3 stars

Julie:

My hair needs washing everyday, and it’s one of my biggest dreaded chores – actually not so much the washing but the blowdrying. So if there’s anything that can save me a day of agony, I’m all up for trying it.

Recently, I tried Philip Pelusi P2 RefresHair, a dry, clean spray that promises to instantly remove build-up and hair debris sans water, and also acts as a styling product and hairspray. First of all, I love the smell – white tea and thyme. It smells fresh and clean and lasts all day long, so that’s a major bonus. And if my hair is just going up in a ponytail then it’s a great solution.

If I want to wear my hair down two days in a row, it’s not quite as effective for me as a hair powder – but you have to take into account that I have very fine, very healthy (too healthy-it needs roughing up to give it a little texture) hair that unfortunately gets oily easily. So I think it would be much better for someone with thicker, coarser hair that needs some moisture. Still I find myself reaching for it quite frequently – especially if I have somewhere to go in the morning and know I’ll be showering after a workout later in the day.
Betty-o-Meter rating: 3 for me personally, but could be much higher for someone with different hair.

Paige Herman-Axel:

Great product, just not for me.

As you know I’m a big fan of the every-other-day-or-two hair washing, but with all of my product experimentation, I’ve come to realize that there’s a big difference between dry shampoo and hair refreshers. While I can’t live without my dry shampoo (I have to check my luggage whenever I go somewhere since I can’t carry on my aerosol can), I tend to have a problem with hair refreshers because they make my hair too oily.

I was optimistic when I first tried the Philip Pelusi P2 RefresHair, and I loved how my hair looked and smelled. But by the end of the day my hair was a little on the limp side, and in need of a wash the next morning for sure. Then I checked the label and saw that the fifth ingredient was coconut oil, which explains why the spray was too much for my hair to handle. But this would be a great product for someone whose hair is on the drier side, and it’s perfect for eliminating food and smoke odors when you don’t have time to wash. Betty-o-Meter rating: 3

*Rankings are based on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 meaning pass! and 5 meaning a must-have!


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