AXE recently sent us some samples of their new shampoos. We tried ‘em out. Here’s what we thought:

AXE Heat – Igniting Citrus 2 in 1 Shampoo + Conditioner

Some guys are really into the 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner action. If you dig soft hair, this stuff will do the trick. The best part about the Heat 2 in 1 is the smell though. It’s got this warm, caramelized flavor to it that smells like oranges, but isn’t too pungent. It manages to stay mellow even with the sweetness coming through. It could easily go jolly rancher, but it stays subtle. It works.

AXE Downpour Refreshing Mint Shampoo

This shampoo is great for a good wake-up call. Like when you need to head to the office after a long night of drinking and you need a little kick in the ass during your shower recovery. It’s like a little minty alarm clock for your dome. The peppermint action is refreshing and brisk, without coming across like a candy cane or a York peppermint patty. In addition to hangover recovery, this shampoo also works well for those times when you’re extra-filthy and you just wanna get some extra sparkle freshness going before you head out for the day.

AXE Zen Soothing Tea Tree Shampoo

This shampoo option works best for those end-of-the-night, winding down shower times. It’s like the obligatory green tea ice cream desert after a long and expensive sushi dinner. It’s a calming, fragrant shampoo that’s ideal for a shower head massage. When you want to call it a night and prep yourself to pass out, this realxing shampoo will do the trick.

So there you have it. These shampoos cost $4.99 a bottle and they’re good for different things at different times. I don’t know if they’ll get you laid, but if you want to mix up your shower routine a bit, try ‘em out. You’ll be surprised how you alter your shampoo selection to fit your specific shower situation.

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