Postgame 3 in 1 Shampoo, Body Wash, and Conditioner Review
Postgame began in 2009 as founder Ryan Schiff shopped for shampoo with his 7 and 11 year old sons. Their only options included products that sold "sex" with heavy cologne scents or those aimed to meet the needs of much younger kids. Ryan realized there was nothing available his sons saw as “cool” that Ryan thought was high quality, age appropriate in scent/message, and effective in cleansing his athletic sons. Ryan recognized that other parents of young athletes must face the same issue so an idea was born. Ryan set out to create Postgame as a salon quality, health and beauty care product line that revolves around sports because what is more boy than sports and what is more positive than the competition and work ethic that sports promote. As an athlete himself, Ryan understood the irritations caused by showering multiple times per day so all Postgame products include a significant amount of conditioner and lotion to ensure proper skin and scalp hydration even with repeated daily use.
During development, Ryan spent a significant amount of time researching safety in shampoos and body cleansing products. Respected publications linked sulfates, parabens and phthalates to minor reactions such as skin allergies and eczema. The conclusion was simple: Postgame was better off without those chemicals so Ryan invested extra time and money to ensure they were not included in the formula. As a result, all Postgame products are sulfate, paraben and phthalate free. Ryan developed sport scents to be noticeable but not unbearable with no heavy colognes but a fresh and appealing scent that smelled clean. Postgame is committed to keeping their products sulfate, paraben and phthalate free. It is believed, based on the research and development completed, they can provide a superior product without the inclusion of these chemicals.
Postgame also endeavors to "give back" by offering every sports organization and charities the opportunity to have their own coupon to create a continuous passive fund raising opportunity while allowing their players to use Postgame. In 2010, Postgame announced their new partner – Dustin Brown, Captain of the NHL's LA Kings and Assistant Captain of the 2010 US Olympic Men's Hockey Team. Dustin's heavy involvement with charitable organizations works hand in hand with Postgame’s philosophy of giving back. To purchase any Postgame products, visit http://www.getpostgame.com/, type in DBrown23 at checkout to receive $1 off and Postgame will donate $1 to Dustin Brown's Hit Tracker benefiting various community organizations.
You can find a store near you that sells Postgame or you can order online. To learn more about Postgame and their products and the charities they are involved with, be sure to find them on Facebook and Twitter.
My Take on Postgame
My son C. is 11 and is involved in both baseball and football. With opening day of baseball season this past weekend, he had been practicing several nights a week to prepare. With the warmer weather that we have been having, that just means that he has been practicing that much harder and getting that much dirtier. Several days this past week he has used Postgame 3 in 1 shampoo, body wash, and conditioner during his shower and has gotten out with very fresh, clean, and great smelling skin and hair. He also happens to have eczema and using the Postgame did not aggravate his condition further. He said it felt good on his skin when using it. As a mom, I really liked the smell of the Postgame in the bottle and the way it made my son's hair and body smell after use. It wasn't overpowering but it was noticeable if I was very close to him. Another plus to the Postgame 3 in 1 shampoo for my son was the green color. C. said it reminded him of slime and what boy wouldn't think that was cool right! All in all, Postgame is a product I'd love for my son to continue using.
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