Asda Essential Care Natural Extracts Colour Care Mango & Papaya Conditioner Reviews
Product Type: Asda hair care products
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Conditioner
Newest Review: ... with a picture of fruit on the front and a dark green flip top cap. It's not exactly an exciting design, but it's functional ... more
Customer Asda Essential Care Natural Extracts Colour Care Mango & Papaya Conditioner Reviews (2)
by - written on 28/02/09 (Very useful, 162 readings)
As I had already purchased a bottle of ASDA's Natural Extracts Shampoo, I decided to buy the conditioner as well, as I do prefer to use matching products where possible. The main reason behind the decision was that I'm trying to cut back and spend less, and this was very cheap! It also smelled a lot nicer than the pink one from the same range. This particular conditioner is designed for coloured hair, and the bottle tells me it will help maintain colour and shine. The conditioner comes in a quite plain looking clear bottle, with a picture of fruit on the front and a dark green flip top cap. It's not exactly an exciting design, but it's functional ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/08 (Very useful, 83 readings)
As always I am on the hunt for a bargain, usually in the aisle's of my local Asda. As with shower gels I do tend to like a nice hair conditioner, and usually Asda obliges by having one of there better brands on offer, this particular week the only things on offer were the Alberto Balsam range (hate the stuff worse than useless in my opinion) and the Asda's own range, of which I have never tried. The product I will now review is " Asda essential care natural extracts, colour care mango and papaya conditioner". The packaging is simply and not fussy in the slightest. My biggest gripe with some of the conditioners available is the ridiculous ... Read the complete review
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