More like the Highest quality shampoo. Sad, because every brand has good and, uh, not so good products, and it doesn't work for my oily hair what works for your dry hair. That being said, eight billion shampoos are currently on the market and scrutinising them all to find someones match is a big business. Fortunately for you, I went to test and tried a lot of shampoos for you and figured out the shampoos really are worth your money. In front, ten of the world's best shampoo brands.



1. Briogeo Hair Care 

'Brio' means full of life in Italian, lively, while 'geo' means earth or nature in Latin. Thus, Nancy Twine, in West Virginia, developed Briogeo Hair Care. After making lotions, hair, body and care products with the aid of ingredients grown in her own backyard, her grandmother developed her interest in hair care. Following a rise in demand for hair care products, Twine created Briogeo Natural Hair Care with the underlying conviction that natural products really are better and you don't have anything to sacrifice or alter in your life style for good and well-being.


2. Lush Solid Shampoo 

Lush Cosmetics was founded in 1991 by Mark Constantine and Liz Weir, a beauty therapist who deals with skin and hair dermatology. They came together in a hair and beauty salon in Poole, Dorset in England and finally they trended and sold their own brand of natural hair and beauty. Lush is known for its fun and exciting goods – you split a strong shampoo, put it in wet hair, and wash your hair as regularly as you are. Lush is a clear example of how you do it. It is also known for its protective and moisturising goods, delicious and delicious aromas.


3. Aubrey Organics  

Another pioneer in organic and natural hair, body and skin care was founded by Aubrey Hampton, in 1967, following a mixture of eucalyptum leaf, ground ginger and peppermint in a basis of coconut oil to help combat hard winters in New York. Forty years later, Aubrey Organics became one of the largest retailers in over 4,500 shops around the world. In 1994 Aubrey Organics was the first organic quality assurance company in San Diego, California to be certified Organic Processor. All the natural ingredients in its products are fair trade ingredients, organically and ethically.


4. Giovanni 

In 1978 Giovanni was created by hairstylist Arthur Guidotti in Beverly Hills, California, a pioneer in environmentally friendly and natural hair care. Today, the number one hair care line in the United States' natural hairstyle industry. After years and years of hair exposure (due to the fact that he was a hairstylist by profession), the firm and its natural products were established when the hands of founder Guidotti begun to react to the chemicals, and eventually he started his own hair care product line.


5. Redken 

In 1960 Redken was founded by the Jheri Redding and Paula Kent duo hair/chemist and model, the "Red-Ken" respectively. Redken introduced the concept of protein reconditioning and of creating new and better protein products and later pathologists of the "scientific approach to beauty" stream.


6. Sunsilk 

In 1954, Sunsilk was established in the United Kingdom as the best-seller in countries such as India, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, the Middle East as well as Latin America. It today belongs to Unilever and is the leading brand of its shampoo. Fun fact: Sunsilk is also known as Seda, Elidor, or Sedal depending on which part of the world you are.


7. Paul Mitchell 

Paul Mitchell and John Paul DeJoria were founded in 1980. In the glamorous Beverly Hills in California, the company's first head office, however, eventually relocated into Century City in the same region. The brand is also known for its worldwide hair and styling beauty schools.


8. Nexxus

Nexxus is a development by Blaine Culver in 1955 and later, in partnership with the house chemist Alberto, a multi-cultural beauty and alberto-culver skincare brand that produced the eponymous. Nexxus is recognised as an international favourite for those of the same kind for its voluminous solutions for thin and brittle hair.


9. Aveeno

Aveeno was established in 1945 by Rydelle Laboratories, a subsidiary of the pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson. As the primary ingredient of Aveeno products are colloidal oats, the Aveeno name is derived from the scientific name of the common oat, Avena Sativa. In addition, Aveeno provides skin therapies for eczema, psoriasis, chickenpox, sunburn and hives.


10. Pantene 

Pantene is named after Panthenol, the key component of its drugs, producing its special, pro vitamin complex formulation. It was created by the Hoffman LaRoche company of Switzerland in 1947. Surprisingly, the shampoo was first sold as a medicinal product! In 1985, Procter & Gamble took over the company. In the 1990s, the shampoo was at the height of its charts in more than 80 countries.


11. Neutrogena 

Created by Emanuel Stolaroff in 1930, Neutrogena is an American corporate giant Johnson & Johnson subsidiary (yes, the same one that makes baby powders). The range of skin care products (all dermatologically tested for their efficacy) and cosmetics is renowned for its wide range of products. It consists mainly of countries like South Korea, India, the UK, the USA, Canada and many more.