One Bath & Body Squeaky Clean
It’s Mr. Right on the Nail, here. The Mrs. did a review of the first of our One products the other night and, as I have a “case of the oilies” and she doesn’t, she asked me to write the review of the other product that One sent us to try out. Squeaky Clean is a shampoo bar like Hair Biscuit (but with a much better name). They’re super convenient because you can use them on hair or body or both and the little metal case that they come with is well designed, if a little difficult to open up in the shower with your fingers. It’s not terribly difficult, but I usually have to wedge a fingernail under the edge and work my finger around to open it. Probably the best bet is to think ahead and open it before you get in the shower, but I hardly ever do that.
My hair is pretty oily and very fine. I have to wash it every day because it’s kinda gross after a night of sleep. As such, I have a preference for fairly harsh shampoos that will whip my hair into shape. (If anyone cares I could do a little post on some of the other ones that I like.) Squeaky Clean doesn’t strip my hair down to the extent that it’s literally squeaky, but it does do a good job of making my hair non-oily and manageable. I went with very little product today, and my hair felt really nice without being too light to manage.
The smell is a little faint, but it’s pleasant and fairly gender-neutral. I think it smells faintly like oats and some sort of really light flower or clove. I love that it only takes one swipe across my head to get a good amount of suds. Don’t go overboard on the application of these shampoo bars. You never need nearly as much as you think you will.