The Five Most Expensive Shampoos in the World

Shampoo is an essential component to hygiene. It doesn’t matter how long you might go without washing your hair; at some point, you’re going to have to wash it. If that sounds more like you, you’ll probably be shocked to hear that there are some shampoos out there that cost more than your gas budget. It’s not so surprising when you realize that it costs money to look good, and the creators of these shampoos promise you hair that beats all the odds. Here are the five most expensive—and hopefully effective—shampoos you could buy today in the world.

5. Alterna Ten – $60 per 8.5oz

Most people have probably never heard of Alterna Ten, but then again, most people can’t afford to pay $60 for a bottle of shampoo. This bottle has very unique ingredients that make your hair looks glossy and healthy, and it’s probably these unique ingredients that add up to the price. Imagine lathering truffle oil, African cacao, and grape seed oil onto your hair. Your hair will probably smell good enough to eat, but Alterna Ten swears by their product. You’d have to try it to see if it actually makes a difference, but that would mean that you’d have to fork out the $60.

4. Oribe – $116 per 33.8oz

Oribe is a brand that’s famous among those that can afford it. When you start using Oribe, the first thing you’re going to notice is how good your hair will smell. Oribe products all smell heavenly, which means that your hair will smell just the same. The feel of your hair will be completely different as well. If you’re using an Oribe shampoo, you’ll likely feel the difference that costs $116 to feel. The company swears that they make products that prevent UV radiation damage using extracts from various flowers, watermelon, and lychee. Just imagine that in your hair.

3. Russian Amber Imperial Shampoo – $140 per 12oz

At one time, this product was the best shampoo according to Vogue Magazine; and when Vogue says it’s good, you know that it probably is. Nettle, grape seed, and rose water are the primary ingredients of this product, which Russian Amber Imperial promises will smooth and repair your hair regardless of what type it may be. Most hairs out there are susceptible to damage just because of the environment. It’s easy for hair to become dull and weak, and you’d have to work extra hard just to keep it looking full of life. Using shampoo like the Russian Amber Imperial would probably make a difference. Of course, you’d also have to fork out the money to make your hair brilliant again. Sometimes it’s all about portion control. If you could make the 12 oz. bottle last longer, then you should be able to stretch your money as far as it can go.

2. Kevis 8 – $219 per 10oz

Here’s another product that most of us have probably never really heard of before. It’s definitely high quality material, but if you’re asking if the product is worth $219 per small bottle, that’s something you’d have to decide on your own. This product works best for oily hair, but the product would work fine with all other hair types as well. You’d have to mix it up before you can use the Kevis 8. In addition, there are separate products such as conditioners that you can buy to make the shampoo work even better.

1. Ten Voss – $300 per 20oz

If you’re thinking water at this point, you’re absolutely right. Ten Voss is the most unbelievable expensive shampoo in the world, and it’s selling by a mile when it comes to price. One of the reasons why this product is so expensive is the fact that Voss water is actually used in the shampoo. Whether you prefer to drink your Voss or wash your hair with it is actually up to you. But Voss promises that the natural ingredients available in the shampoo will make your hair stand out from the rest. If it’s beauty that you’re looking for, it might be time to upgrade your shampoo system into something that will actually bring results.



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