Walmart is hugely convenient, which is why people think you can get everything you need there. So it stands to reason, that you could buy detox shampoo at Walmart, right? Well, you certainly can buy hair detox shampoo at Walmart but is it the best hair follicle detox shampoo product range, and in fact, do any of them even work at all?
I’m going to talk you through what Walmart sells, detox drinks, synthetic urine, and importantly, detox shampoo for a drug test.
I’ll tell you if any of those Walmart detox shampoos work, and what risk you’re taking if you use them alone. Plus, I’m going to tell you about some other options you might like to consider, rather than relying on Walmart to dig you out of the drug test hole you are potentially in.
What Can You Buy At Walmart?
As I said, you can buy everything at Walmart. It’s a general retailer like no other on earth. But that’s the entire point.
Niche products are usually only sold by niche websites, specialists, people who know the industry, the business, the consequences.
You can buy detox drinks and other drug detox kits at Walmart. Things like Qcarbo32, but it’s mostly awful quality stuff. You might get through a really basic pre-employment drug test with Walmart detox drinks, but most people buying detox drinks, from Walmart fail. The rare exception to that is Mega Clean, but that’s a story for another time.
Walmart doesn’t sell synthetic urine. That should tell you something. But what about detox shampoos?
Well, they do sell some shampoo products that claim to be detoxifying shampoos. But are they a detox shampoo that works, and I mean works to get rid of drug toxins, not that just gets rid of free radicals and leaves your hair feeling shiny?
Detox Shampoo For Drug Test At Walmart
Okay, so what I’ve done to help you with making a decision on buying hair detox shampoo at Walmart, is to look through what they sell, and review each of them here for you.
Zydot Ultra Clean
This is hands down the best detox shampoo for a drug test that you will find at Walmart. It’s definitely a detox shampoo that works, but it doesn’t work the way you hope it will.
It hasn’t got the power to get drug metabolites from within the shafts of your hair. You need to open up the hair shafts, which have a hard top layer made up of thousands of little scales, flush out the drug toxins, and then close the scales up. If the shampoo can’t do that, then any sample taken will still contain metabolites, it’s not about metabolites being on the outside of the hair.
But Zydot Ultra Clean is a key ingredient of the Macujo method. I’ll talk more about that after I have reviewed all the drug shampoos from Walmart, but Zydot is good for getting rid of toxins on the outside of your hair, and you can read my full review of it here.
Test Pass Shampoo
I’ve already written a review of this detox shampoo for a drug test as well, and you can read that by clicking here.
It’s really cheap, and it’s really nasty. It has loads of one-star reviews on both Amazon and Walmart. I really wouldn’t touch this at all. It has a poor track record, and there is literally no way on earth it’s going to open up your hair shafts and flush out drug toxins.
STAT Hair Cleansing Kit
I am biased against this product because I had a friend who failed a drugs test after using this awful detox shampoo a few years ago. It’s basically sold around a pack of lies.
They claim it’s scientifically prepared, refined, and extensively tested to ensure the most effective hair purification results. They call it a purification system several times, and they state that it delivers “complete hair follicle cleansing”.
But then in the small print, they tell you it’s temporary masking only, that it will only last 24 hours.
41% of the people who reviewed this product on the Walmart website have given it one star. That should tell you everything you need to know.
Magnum Detox Hair Purifying Shampoo
I will be honest with you here, I haven’t actually used this detoxing shampoo. However, in my experience, the Magnum brand has got a very bad reputation.
Its synthetic urine has caught a lot of people out. It’s outdated in the formula, and it contains biocide, which testing labs can pick up as a preservative not present in human urine.
It’s the same with the Magnum detox drink as well, it’s not an updated formula, and I’ve tested it myself using a home test kit, and failed spectacularly. It costs peanuts on Walmart and Amazon, and unfortunately, that sucks some people in.
So you can’t trust Magnum detox hair purifying shampoo either. Come on, it’s like $15 on Amazon. Does anyone believe that they can get drug metabolites out from the inside of the hair shaft using a $15 shampoo? I really hope they don’t, but unfortunately, I’m sure hundreds of people have trusted this rubbish.
Total stealth shampoo
This is another hair detox shampoo from Walmart, and I haven’t tested this one either. But again, the brand has a poor reputation, and I would steer clear of it.
I have tested Total Stealth detox drink, and you can read my review by clicking here.
But basically, I failed a home drug test, even though I followed all the instructions, so I don’t think there’s any reason to suggest that the shampoo will be any better.
It’s less than $20 on Amazon and Walmart, and for that money, I really don’t think anyone can truly believe that they can get any detox shampoo that works. If anyone does, I’ll be even more amazed that they would buy it when the only two reviews on Amazon are both one star, and basically, say it was a complete waste of money.
The Only Detox Shampoo That Works
If you’re looking for a detox shampoo to pass a drug test, then the best hair follicle detox shampoo I can recommend, that could work on its own, is the hair follicle drug detox shampoo from Clear Choice.
As well as all that, they also make Oral Clear gum, the absolute best way to pass a saliva drug test. I’ve used their products for years, and I always recommend Clear Choice products.
However, it only helps to mask drug toxins. It can drag out some of the toxins from your hair, but not comprehensively. If you have light toxin exposure, then it could work.
Clear Choice hair follicle drug test shampoo is $75, so a premium price, but a far better option than any of the rubbish detox shampoo products from Walmart (Update: Clear Choice Shampoo is not available anymore, stick to the Macujo method).
Forget Hair Detox Shampoos At Walmart…Use The Macujo Method
There’s only one way you can genuinely drag the drug toxins out of your hair shaft and get rid of them permanently so that you can pass a hair follicle drug test.
As I’ve already said, you won’t find a single detox shampoo that works at Walmart. Hair detox shampoos from Walmart are all utterly useless.
The only way to open up the thousands of tiny scales on each shaft of the hair, wash out the toxins, and then close up again, is to do something called the Macujo method.
The Macujo method involves using a range of products, including Aloe Toxin Rid detox shampoo, Tide detergent, white vinegar, plus Clean & Clear pink shampoo. You’ll also need Zydot Ultra Clean shampoo, to use at end of the process, to catch any stray toxins.
The Macujo method is invasive. It will take a few days to achieve cleanliness. You have to do it several times a day, and it will take an hour each time. So it’s a significant investment in time.
Plus, it’s an investment in money. Aloe Rid and Zydot can be bought as a combo deal, but that deal still costs $235.
So if you have really light toxin exposure, you could get away with Clear Choice detox shampoo. But for me, the only method I really ever recommend is the Macujo method.
I’ve done a full review, plus comprehensive instructions on how to use the Macujo method, which you can read by clicking here.
So there you go, please don’t buy hair detox shampoo at Walmart, it’s all useless. If you want to get a detox shampoo that works, then you need to use Aloe Toxin Rid, and use it as part of the macujo method.