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Save on Pura D’or thickening hair care products + a hair care giveaway!

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If you struggle with thin and weak hair, Pura D’or might be a great product to try! Pura D’or shampoo and conditioner helps thicken, strengthen, and energize your hair from root to tip — which helps reduce hair thinning due to breakage.

There are so many factors that can contribute to thinning hair, including hormones, stress, diet, and even lower quality hair care products. Pura D’or aims to combat that in a natural, chemical-free way to bring life and volume back to your hair.

This best selling shampoo has a huge following and over 13,000 raving reviews of just how great this stuff works!

Highlights of this shampoo/conditioner set:

  • Blend of 17 key active ingredients help reduce hair loss due to breakage
  • Helps regenerate & revitalize follicles
  • Vitamin Infused
  • Revives damaged and distressed hair, leaving it healthier looking and smoother
  • Supports healthy scalp, regenerates hair, and revitalizes follicles
  • Adds body, increases volume, and thickens hair

Pura D’or is great for:

  • Thinning hair
  • Hair loss due to breakage
  • Frizzy hair
  • Distressed hair
  • Less hair in the drain due to breakage
  • Damaged and chemically treated, colored hair

I’ve enjoyed getting to try out Pura D’or and have been using it for the past 5-6 weeks and really like it.

I don’t struggle with thin or weak hair as I was blessed with my mom’s very thick hair. Changing my diet has made my hair even healthier. However, I do struggle with frizz and I do get my hair colored regularly and I blow dry it at least once a week.

Coloring your hair (even at a more natural salon) and blow-drying it (even once a week) can damage your hair over time. So I love using this shampoo and conditioner knowing that it is made with natural, organic, plant-based ingredients that will help to strengthen my hair and keep it healthy and smoother.

One thing I’ve noticed since I’ve started using Pura D’or  is that a little bit goes a very long way, so you only need to use a tiny amount when you wash your hair for it to get really clean and look really healthy.

It’s more expensive than typical shampoo you might buy at the grocery store, drug store, or big box store, but it lasts a lot, lot longer. In fact, one bottle should last for months and months — especially if you’re like me and only wash your hair every 5-6 days!

Save on Pura D’or hair care!

You already save 33% with membership pricing when you order through the 2-Minute Club, but on top of that, 2-Minute Club is offering MoneySavingMom.com readers an exclusive savings offer!

The first 100 people to use code MONEYSAVING at checkout will receive $20 off + free shipping on their first order of Pura D’Or shampoo and conditioner.

Just go here to get started and use your coupon code.

Win a bundle of Pura D’or products!

In addition to the savings offer, the folks over at 2-Minute Club are also giving away a Pura D’or hair care products bundle to one lucky MoneySavingMom.com reader! The bundle includes the pro organic shampoo and conditioner set plus argan oil!

Use the form below to enter the giveaway.

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82 Comments

  • laura says:

    My hair has been much happier and healthier since I switched to sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner – it’s made a huge difference.

  • Rosie says:

    I’ve been using a DIY concoction with coconut oil and shea butter. I rub it into my ends before using the curling iron. It protects my hair and the curl comes out better, too.

  • Amy says:

    My favorite tip is to wait until you get coupons in the mail to get a haircut!

  • Donna says:

    Interesting it gave me an instant $10 off. But there is no where to put in your code to get the $20 off. Which obviously would be the better deal. Guess I wont be trying it.

    • Nikki says:

      I had the same experience. I would love to know where to enter the code to get the $20 off.

      • Amy says:

        I am not seeing it either, even by the payment section. Did you find it?

        • Nikki says:

          Amy,
          If you happen to click on the $10 offer that pops-up when you first go to the site, then it appears that they will not give you an opportunity to use the moneysaving mom code or switch. I ended up using another computer, and then I was able to ignore the pop up and a space came up where I could put a promo code. I hope that helps!

    • Brooke says:

      Once you go to checkout there is a spot for a promo code in the payment section. I didn’t see it at first either.

  • Cheryl says:

    Trim every six to eight weeks and use a hair mask.

  • sarah says:

    I tend to wash my hair far too frequently because I run and workout once, sometimes twice, everyday. Dry shampoo is a great tool

  • karen b says:

    My hair is starting to thin so this might be helpful 🙂 also wanted to say I just joined Instagram like 2 weeks ago so if I hadn’t then i wouldn’t have been able to enter. I really don’t like that, Iknow a bunch of people NOT on Instagram or any social media so Please try not to use that again so all can participate. thanks

  • Linda Anderson says:

    The less I wash my hair, the healthier it is!

  • Jennifer Abrams says:

    I color my hair, so I need something like this!
    I find that coating my hair in coconut oil overnight helps it when it’s extra dry!

  • Muriel says:

    Letting my hair dry naturally helps make it shine more.

  • K says:

    How do you enter? I logged in & got 0 entries. The only thing I saw was to follow on instagram, & I don’t have instagram.

  • Anita says:

    Getting regular trims keeps your hair looking and feeling healthy, especially if you are growing it out. 🙂

  • Marianne says:

    I don’t know of any good hair tips but I’ve enjoyed reading the ones posted here.

  • Celeste says:

    Would love to try it!

  • Karen says:

    I’d love to try this. Right now I wash my hair once a week, using a mix of baking soda & water and rinsing with ACV /water.

  • Anita E says:

    I learned this tip the hard way, but I’d say when using whatever product (conditioner, thermal sprays, volume booster, etc) less is more. Always start with a small amount, you can always add more. Other than completely rewetting/rewashing your hair, you cannot remove product if you’ve used too much.

  • Rust says:

    My tip is to use as little heat on your hair as you can. It stays so much healthier that way, with less breakage.

  • Nancy Loring says:

    I try to get my hair trimmed every other month and I also don’t use cheap shampoo because there is a difference.

  • Carmen says:

    I have baby fine hair this sounds like a dream.

  • Jen says:

    I would love to enter, but I don’t use Instagram. FB is the only social media platform I use. 🙁

  • Julie says:

    Wash your hair every other day so it doesn’t get so dry.

  • Tamboliya says:

    Fav. Hair Tip: I’ve heard that using dry shampoo can thicken thin hair.

  • Julia says:

    My tip would be don’t wash your hair everyday.

  • Lynette says:

    I deep condition at least once a week (usually on the weekend when I am less busy).

  • Nicole Midgley says:

    Don’t wash your hair every day.
    Use shampoo and leave it in a while in the shower before rinsing out, then use conditioner and also leave it in a while in the shower before rinsing out.

    • Yes, I’m such a fan of this! Like I said in the post, I only wash my hair every 5-6 days. It saves SO much time and I think it’s also better on my hair, too!

      • Kda says:

        How does your hair not look greasy? By day two mine is greasy at the roots.

        • Try dry shampoo and gradually work up to 5-6 days. You have to sort of train your hair to wait that long. If I washed it every other day, it would be greasy and need to be washed every day. I also wear it up on days 4, 5, and 6 because there’s more texture and it’s easier to put up when it’s been a few days since washing it.

  • Heidi says:

    Thanks for the opportunity. Always on the lookout for professional Haircare products.

  • Jackie says:

    I would love to try these products!

  • Suzanne says:

    I don’t use any heat on my hair! ?

  • Gerri says:

    Wash your hair as least often as possible! I need some new hair tips though so reading through these comments was great. I think I really need to try coconut oil and dry shampoo too.

  • Jennifer says:

    I loved the promotion you did with the discounted straightener and argan oil. Using the oil has been wonderful for my hair!

  • Erin says:

    Rinse with cool water to cut down frizz!

  • Cori says:

    I am amazed you can go so long between washes. My hair is so greasy after one day. ?

  • Brooke says:

    I love this brand. This offer is a great deal.

  • Teresa Eskew says:

    I have fine straight hair so the best thing for my hair type is to condition first, let it sit while washing and shaving. Then I wash with shampoo. I still get conditioning while maintaining stylability.

  • Susan M. says:

    I have thin, “fragile” hair, so I put it in a loose (tiny) bun every night before bed so I don’t break off any hair by tossing and turning.

  • Rita Sheppard says:

    I use a banana, egg, and coconut oil mask for my hair. Keep it on for 20 to 45 minutes and rinse. My hair feels so silky afterwards.

  • Ashley says:

    I do have thinning hair, but I’ve found that sulfate-free shampoo and taking prenatal vitamins (really!) has helped.

  • Kristine says:

    The best thing about this product that you forgot to mention is that it is cruelty free. I saw the vegan bunny on the back! Lovin’ it! 🙂

  • Jeannie says:

    Using coconut oil as a deep conditioner treatment.

  • Sharon says:

    My favorite tip is to blow dry your hair from the bottom up.

  • Marina says:

    Would be great to try.

  • Alexandra says:

    My best haircare tip is to only condition from your earlobes down if you have an oily scalp. This helps me to be able to skip a day between washing if I really need to also!

  • Carrie L says:

    I just try to keep it simple. I don’t like to use a bunch of products that can build up in my hair over time. As a busy mom, simple is always best. 🙂

  • Rachel says:

    My best tip is to avoid washing your hair as much as possible. I try to go 5 days between washes so that I’m not stripping my hair of it’s natural oil and drying it out.

  • LaTanya says:

    Washing my hair only every 5 days has really helped my hair. And I LOVE a good dry shampoo!

  • Kate says:

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway! Sounds like an awesome product!

  • Ali says:

    Henna is my new favorite hair dye. All natural, great grey coverage. Feels like a spa treatment each time, affordable and I can do it at home.

  • Michelle says:

    Would love to try!

  • Michelle says:

    Would love to try!

  • Kim says:

    One of my favorite tips is to use coconut oil or avocado. I find the avocado really moisturizes your hair and leaves it feeling soft!

  • Katie says:

    Wow would love to try these products!

  • Anissa says:

    My fave hair tip is the messy bun in those in-between days!

  • C says:

    Wash every 3-4 days. Let air dry.

  • Monica says:

    I love using oil to tame the frizz!

  • arianna says:

    I do struggle with frizz as well!

  • Amanda says:

    I like to keep my long hair braided to keep it from tangling up and taking forever to come out ~ then I don’t need to use detangler or oils to undo the mess I’ve created 🙂

  • Juanita says:

    I have hair that is prone to split ends, but I have found that by using a TEENSY BIT of organic castor oil through the lower half of my hair, the result is ultra-soft, very manageable hair that has great shine.

  • Elizabeth says:

    I love using dry shampoo so I don’t have to wash my hair as often

  • Stephanie Langston says:

    I would love to try this. I’m always wanting to try new shampoos and conditioners.

  • kristin says:

    This would be great. I’m always on the hunt for new shampoo and conditioner!!

  • Melody Benschoter says:

    These look great- I’d love to try their products!

  • Leah Craig says:

    This looks like it would be great for my hair! I am always losing tons of hair and it is pretty frizzy too. Would love to get it under control!

  • Jenny F says:

    This looks like something I could really use! I don’t really have any hair tips, I have pretty fine and long hair. Guess I could use some tips from others 🙂

  • Melissa Moore says:

    Tip: If your hair is “acting” strange, it may be time to try a different shampoo and conditioner. I find that sometimes my hair responds better to varying products after awhile.

  • Stacey Roberson says:

    Wash your hair 2-3 times a week, as the natural oils protect your hair.

  • Jessica W says:

    I like using children’s spray detangler on my bottom half to get through knots in my fine hair.

  • Danielle C says:

    I have really long hair. I always brush it before showering/washing it, which minimizes hair down the drain and helps ensure an even distribution of conditioner to reduce tangles later. Braiding it before I sleep also helps me wake up to smoother locks, instead of a tangled nest!

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  • Connie says:

    Dry shampoo for the win!

  • Mariah says:

    I don’t wash my hair often..wetting it on day 2 without washing it gives it a beach wavy look if you have waves naturally. I love using coconut oil, argan oil, of Marrakesh oil to soften and make it shiny.

  • Kenia says:

    I use my twins hair detangler to help with knots!

  • Stephanie says:

    I would love to try this out! thanks for the chance!

  • Annamarie V says:

    My hair care tip is when you put lotion on your hands and night run a little through your ends to make your hair softer.

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