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My hair is dry and difficult to manage. In the damp weather my curls become a frizzy mess! I like to colour and highlight my hair and this can cause further damage. My hairdresser recently recommended I try a leave in conditioner from the Aussie range and so I took her advice.
Aussie miracle hair insurance is a lightweight spray conditioner designed to be left on the hair. It comes in a 250ml opaque white plastic bottle with mauve spray pump action nozzle. The nozzle has a small plastic cover to keep it clean. The bottle has embossed kangaroos around it implying that this is an Australian product. In fact a little research uncovers that Aussie is owned by the multi- national American company, proctor and Gambol. The Australian reference is from the ingredients used such as Australian jojoba oil seed. Just to confuse things further the bottle I have states it was made in France! That aside, it’s how well it delivers on its promises that count!
Aussie miracle insurance is advertised as a saviour for weak distressed hair. It promises to protect and detangle. I find I need to wash my hair every day to enable me to tame it as it is impossible to get a comb through the morning tangles without doing so. This is not great for my hair and strips it of moisture. This spray contains jojoba seed oil something that has been used for centuries as a moisturiser.
The first time I used the spray I decided to give the morning wash a miss. I sprayed a few bursts and massaged through my hair with my fingers. The smell is gorgeous, sweet but not overpowering. The spray is very fine and I found it really easy to use. Best of all I was able to comb through my locks easily with no breakage as often happens. After use my hair feels soft and has a good shine.
The spray can be used on either wet or dry hair and works well either way. I bought my bottle from Boots were the range is on offer at 3 products from the Aussie range for £10. Bought alone the 250ml bottle costs around £4.49. Overall I can highly recommend this spray and will definitely be buying it again!
This product is very lightweight and you would barley know that you have put it in your hair once dried and styled. It smells just as all the other Aussie products which is just lovely. I do think that when it comes to smoothing out the split ends and rough bits at the bottom of your hair that it is slightly lightweight for this, i bought the new Miracle Recharge: shine conditioning spray, which has a much thicker consistency and it is lightweight it is better for smoothing the split ends out.
This is a good product, it smells lovely and it works well at conditioning your hair, in particular when you don't have time to condition. It doesn't leave your hair greasy or weighed down with product and it leaves your hair incredibly easy to brush through. All in all i would definitely recommend this product to everyone who doesn't have time to condition or who needs that extra boost at smoothing out before styling, and it is even brilliant when just letting your hair dry out naturally. I think this is a brilliant product to take camping or to festivals where you can wash your hair but not dry it it will leave it looking sleeker than it would without our beloved straighteners.
I'm a big fan of most of the Aussie hair products, including this miracle hair insurance leave in conditioner!
My hair became very dry and damaged from over styling and colouring, I've tried many different products for my hair from high prices to lower prices.
This Aussie product is very reasonable only costing from 4-5 pounds, and I caught it on the 3 for 2 deal at boots so even better! In my eyes this just as good as the more expensive brands I've tried!
The smell of all of the Aussie products including this one smell delicious, this product smells almost like bubble gum and is sucha pleasure to use on your hair.
I apply mine to my hair once towel dried (damp) hair then brush through and really does just detangle the hair so well so there is no trouble getting your hairbrush through any knots as there aren't any! This product really does make styling so much easier and more pleasurable!
I also use mine with the take the heat leave in cream,
Safe to say I'm addicted to Aussie at the moment, and can't see it changing anytime soon!
As you may be aware from reading some of my other reviews, I have very very damaged hair from years of abuse including a particularly terrible set of hair extensions...... As such, my hairdresser is always pleading with me to use good, repairing products. This was one of the ones she recommended.
I bought this from Boots and it's rrp is £4.49 but you can pretty much get around ever paying that much as these products are nearly always on a 3 for £10 offer in Boots, Tesco or Sainsburys and I think that small difference in price does make a big difference!
This is a spray in treatment that you use on towel dried hair after you have washed your hair. You do not rinse this out, just spray, comb through and leave.
The bottle is white plastic with a pump spray top and has the normal purple kangaroo / Aussie logo on.
The plastic bottle means you cannot see how much of the product is left which is a shame.
Like all Aussie products, this smells wonderful! And at first I found spraying it into my hair very easy. I love inhaling this stuff as I squirt it into my hair, and this may mean that I use more than necessary!
Towards the end of the bottle though, it gets a little tricky to spray. The nozzle gets clogged up and needs running under hot water every couple of times you use it, and you have to keep the bottle upright when spraying.
All in all though, I do feel that this product has lasted me well and I feel it is doing my hair good.
Having tried so many different leave in conditioners and other hair products on the market this is definitely my favourite one. I have long hair, which I colour regularly so it has some damage and can often feel dry. Whenever I feel my hair needs a bit of an extra treat I use this conditioner.
It comes in an easy spray bottle of 250ml. The standard price I have seen in most shops is around £4.50 which is a bit pricey and I'll only ever buy this when there's an offer on. Some shop or other generally has a 2 for £7 or 3 for £10 offer on so do shop around.
It contains Australian Jojoba seed oil that promises to detangle your hair and leave it protected and that's exactly what I feel it does.
It has the most beautiful smell, sweet, almost like bubblegum but also fruity. If you like the sweet smells of Aussie and Herbal Essences (I'm a big fan of both) you will like this.
I wash my hair as normal and use a conditioner. After washing it out I towel dry my hair, then spray the Aussie conditioner on and wrap my hair up in a towel again and leave it for 5-10mins. I find that way I get an extra deep conditioning effect as my hair is kept warm under the towel with the conditioner in. It is very easy to brush through afterwards and smells beautiful.
As my hair dries (naturally and not blow dried) it is very soft and so nice to touch. I don't get this with any other product. When fully dried my hair still feels nourished, fresh and is easy to style.
I use this maybe once a week for an extra treat for my hair.
Overall I would absolutely recommend this and any other Aussie product. But this one is definitely my number 1 hair product!
I really like Aussie haircare products, and this leave in conditioning spray is one I have tried out a few times in the past. I purchased it again recently as part of a special offer. Aussie haircare products aren't the cheapest out there, but frequently seem to be on sale as part of a deal, so do look out for one before spending the full amount on anything!
This leave in conditioning spray promises to condition and nourish hair, and protect it from the stresses of everyday life. A 250ml bottle costs £4.49 at full price.
Smoothing my locks
This comes in simple white packaging, and if you take off the lid at the top there is a pump action nozzle that lets you spray this easily on to hair. I have naturally curly hair that benefits from not being washed every day, so I tend to use a spray on my days off in order to tame my hair a bit and get rid of any frizzy bits! I love the smell of this spray - it is similar to other Aussie products - fruity and somewhat musky. It is quite a strong smell that lingers on my hair for ages after use, which is something I really like. Once I spray this on I then tend to run my palms over my hair, and using this spray instantly helps to smooth down any flyaway bits or stray frizzies. I also spray this into the ends of my hair and if I give it a bit of a scrunch after, it helps to create more defined curls.
This spray works really well, although my one reservation is that it can make my hair feel very slightly sticky if I spray too much. This doesn't bother me too much, but may be a problem for finer hair than mine.
Overall I really like this spray and would buy it again. It has a lovely fragrance and it works really well for my curls. However I have used other sprays that cost less than this, that have worked just as well, so for this I will deduct one star.
I bought this the last time I went on holiday as I wanted something that was going to hopefully help counteract the effects of the sea salt, chlorine and the sun on my hair. It came from Boot's and cost me £4.49 which I thought was a good price as it was a nice conditioner and worked well for what I bought it for.
I really like the whole Aussie range and have used nearly them all over the years but this was something that I hadn't tried previously so I was buying blind. I don't often use a leave in conditioner as I find that they can leave my hair looking a bit greasy so I was a little bit worried that this would do that too.
Within a day of being on holiday my hair was already looking pretty grubby as the combination of the salt water and the sun had left it looking a bit grimy and I was convinced that the sun was already drying out the ends of my hair.
The next morning I used this and just sprayed the conditioner all over my hair and then combed it through. It felt really nice on my hair and wasn't heavy and once it had naturally dried it didn't leave my hair looking greasy at all. In fact my hair just looked shiny and healthy when this was on.
The biggest test came that day at the beach and I have to say that performed admirably. After swimming I used this again and combed it through my hair and when I got back to the apartment my hair looked totally different from the previous day. It was no longer stringy and matted looking and my ends looked and felt much less dry than they had the previous day. I also found it much easier that night to style.
I continued to use this through the whole 10 days I was away and on return my hair looked much better and healthier than it normally does when coming back from holiday. I normally find that I have to spend a week using deep conditioning treatments to get my hair looking healthy again but this time it took much less time for my hair to get back to normal.
I have used this a couple of times since I have been back and I have to say I am not as keen on using it when I am in the UK. I already use a lot of masks and treatments on my hair so it is normally in very good condition and I think that using this when my hair is ok is probably just too much as it can leave my hair looking a little greasy at times. I do still tend to spritz some on my ends if they are looking particularly dry and it does help but I would probably only recommend it for people who have really dry hair and split ends as I think it might be too heavy for people who only have slight dryness.
I came across this in Boots in search of something to make my dry, dead and flimsy hair alive again. Recently, I have been feeling my hair is getting very dry and frizzy and always getting knotty. Don't you just hate that feeling when you can't run your fingers through your hair? So anyways, I heard quite a bit about the Aussie hair range and so when I saw it immediately picked it up.
This retails in Boots for 4.49. Which I think is quite reasonable as you get 250ml of products. I think I got this in a 3 for 2 offer in Boots which made it a bit more cheaper. This has lasted me a very long time, even I'm shocked. I have been using it for over 5 months and I still have a third of the bottle still left, so 250ml is worth it for that price.
This is not a large bottle but it isn't really travel friendly either. This is a spray bottle that has a plastic lid (which I think never stays on so I chucked it away). My spray doesn't work properly. When I press it the product doesn't come out diffused but rather the liquid runs down the bottle. I'm sure this is just my bottle because my friends one is perfectly fine. I was quite annoyed at it at first but I learned the trick to it. All you have to do is to press it quickly.
I bought this product about 5 months ago when it was cold and dry. Now it's a bit warmer so I have used this different weathers and my hair behave differently depending on the weather. In the winter, my hair was dry and frizzy and when I used this product it made absolutely no difference. I was very disappointed. As soon as you put it on your hair the frizzy dies out a bit but after half an hour BOOM! my hair looks like a bush. In the hotter weather, I think this is more useful as my hair is not dry anymore and when I put this on it give my hair a nice healthy glow and shine. So I would definitely recommend this for the summer!
Now, you can put this on damp hair and dry hair but I prefer dry because I think it makes more of a difference. As soon as my hair dries I put this on and then is I styled my hair or something I like to spray this a bit more just to give it a shiner look.
OK. The smell of this product is AMAZING! It reminds me of the typical bubblegum smell. In the winter when I didn't like it much I still used this because of the smell. I adore the scent and I wish I could find a body mist this smell. To tell you the truth...I sometimes spray this around the room as a air freshener ^.^
I wasn't amazed by this product but I wasn't that disappointed as well. I think this isn't gonna do a "miracle" like it says in the name but I think it will boost your hair a bit. Great for the summer but horrible for the winter especially if you have dry hair. Will I buy it again? ....I dunno....maybe if it's SUPER cheap!
My long curly hair is simply unmanageable without this, and as an added bonus it also smells amazing! Although it is more expensive than other hair care brands, with it costing about £5 for 250ml, it is definitely worth it! It is often in a '2 for £6' or similar such deal, which makes it a much more reasonable price.
The first thing I noticed about the product is the smell, it smells sublime, and I get complimented on it all the time! After less than a week of using it, I noticed that my hair was becoming much more manageable - was breaking less, and was feeling much softer and less like straw! I use it after every wash, and I find it helps so much to detangle it and to make the curls less frizzy. I use it in conjunction with Aussies anti-frizz smoothing serum, and I find that together they work perfectly on my hair. I find that some leave-in conditioners that I have tried leave your hair sticky and can make it look greasy, but I have never had any problems with this product - it just makes me hair look lovely and shiny!
The only bad thing I have to say about this product is the cost. It is quite expensive compared to similar products, although I have to say it is worth the additional cost for my hair to be a bit more controlled!
I have really coarse hair which needs constant moisturising and masks otherwise it simply cannot be tamed. I have used Aussie products before and I have thought they are of decent standard for the price. Even though I like to look well-presented I also like to do it in the fastest time possible! I had never used a leave in conditioner before and I thought it may help the frizz and manageability when time is too short to use an intense mask or treatment.
--First Impressions - -
The product comes in a spray bottle which is great for quick easy application. It also allows me to reach behind my head and target the back of my head for hard to reach hair.
The most noticeable characteristic of the product is the smell! It is so sweet, it reminds me of bubble gum and is rather overpowering. After a few uses you do get used to it but I can't say I am fond of it.
You simply spray it into hair and comb it through to coat all of the strands. Having only used shampoo in the shower my hair is a tuggy mess before applying the product and I used to fear that the product would not be able to help my comb get through my hair! However, once applied my hair is conditioned and manageable and there is very little hair breakage which is great as I am trying to grow my hair long!
For me the results were not really noticeable and are comparable to any cheap conditioner. It didn't excessively dry out my hair but it didn't make it noticeably smooth and certainly did not add any glossy or shine. The two things that this product promises on the front are to detangle and protect hair. It certainly does detangle, but doesn't every conditioner? As this product is full of silicones I can't see how it would actively protect or nourish the hair.
You can find this in any good Boots or Superdrug/Supermarket as it is one of the Aussie lines staple products. It is currently retailing at £4.49 (at time of writing) at Boots for although there are always offers on!
I will not be repurchasing this product even though it does make my hair easier to comb through and slightly more manageable but not to a significant degree. I also find the scent just a bit much and it does linger on the hair which I find annoying! This product is not my coarse hair's saviour!
As I have long curly hair it does tend to get a bit dry and sometimes needs the help of a leave-in conditioner to make it softer and more manageable. I keep a bottle of Aussie Miracle Hair Insurance on my bathroom shelf to use on days my hair is feeling particularly in need of some extra attention.
Aussie Miracle Hair Insurance comes in a 250ml cream bottle with a spray cap. The spray dispenser is easy to use and makes it easy for me to get an even coverage of the liquid over my hair. I have never actually looked at the conditioner, but I am guessing it is a clear thinish liquid as it comes out of a very small nozzle on the spray cap. I usually add it to my hair when it is wet, the directions say to towel dry first and it helps detangle my curls when I use my comb afterwards and stops any pulling. Obviously you don't wash it out! When dry, my hair feels soft and remains easier to manage. Aussie leave-in conditioner is for "weak and distressed" hair, my hair is mor distressed than weak, but it does give it some life back.
This leave-in conditioner has the "Aussie" scent, an usual smell which I quite like and reminds me of Benolyn, the children's cough medicine. The smell does stay on my hair for a while, although it fades once dried.
I find I can usually get Aussie products on offer for 3 for 2 or, at the moment they are on offer for 2 for £7 in Waitrose. I like their shampoos and conditioners too, so this suits me and I can usually get a good deal on this product. At full price it is a little pricey at around £10, although a little must go a long way as a bottle lasts a long time.
What is it?
Aussie Miracle Hair Insurance is a leave in conditioner, the bottle claims it is "a saviour for weak, distressed hair". The bottle says you should spray it evenly through towel dried hair and comb through- no need to rinse.
What does it look like?
The bottle is the rather standard Aussie design. Its a spray bottle so can be evenly applied to the hair. It has the Aussie brand and logo (kangaroo) printed clearly on it and the bottle is a sort of off white (or it is now!) The bottle cotains 250ml which lasts ages! The back of the bottle sets out the directions, ingredients, company information etc as is standard with these types of product.
And the product itself?
The first thing I have to say is it smells sooooo fricken good! I cant quite place the smell, its kind of a bubblegum scent.
The liquid itself is clear from what i can tell- the bottle is opaque but it looks clear as it sprays!
I have pretty dry hair so I use conditioner anyway and then add aussie so I couldnt say how it would be if you skipped the conditioner in favour for this one. I actually use the conditioner for two purposes- one being of course the smell, the second being its a great detangler!
I'm not sure if its my hair itself or the fact its long but it tangles up so easily. I've had many hairdressers complain about my hair (one said "this is the worst hair for tangling I've ever worked with"!) and many dig out the "tangle teaser brush" to sort it out. I have no sympathy for them, not only are they being paid but I deal with this hair every day!
Whilst it doesnt completly rid my hair of tangles (nothing short of a shaver to the head would!) it definitly eases the amount of tugging I have to do with my brush.
Price & Availability?
I've seen this product in many supermarkets and chemists. You can purchase it in Boots for £4.42, this may sound a little steep but a 250ml bottle lasts quite some time- Ive been using mine for a year a good few times a week and its stil got plenty left. If you shop around though you're likely to find a better price.
According to mysupermarket.co.uk Aussie is currently on special offer in superdrug for £3.50 so worth snapping it up now if you want some!
With all the dyes I'd been using, my hair was beginning to look a little lifeless. I'd never used a leave-in conditioner before, mainly for fear of my hair looking and feeling greasy quicker than normal. However I heard good things about the Aussie range and so, decided to give their leave-in conditioner a go.
The Aussie Miracle Hair Insurance claims to be "a saviour for weak, distressed hair" with jojoba seed oil to help dangle and protect your hair, from everyday wear and tear. It comes in a 250ml spray pump bottle, and is usually available for around ￡3 from most supermarkets, Boots, Superdrug etc. The directions say to spray this evenly through towel dried hair, brush or comb through, and you're good to go! It also recommends using the Aussie 3 minute Miracle Reconstructor beforehand, for some seriously deep conditioning.After doing this you can then proceed to blow dry your hair etc. As normal. The product itself is slightly milky in colour. Kind of like mixing milk with water type appearance.
When using this the first thing I noticed was the amazing smell that this has! It's almost like a fruity/bubblegum smell. Well, Aussie certainly weren't kidding when they said this smells good! When combing it through, I did find my hair to be easier to brush and less tangled than usual, which was nice. So this definitely makes your hair much easier to manage. Also it didn't leave my hair feeling heavy or as though it had any leave-in conditioner on it. Instead it just felt clean and soft, and didn't look or feel greasy any quicker either.
How much this product helps to protect your hair, I can't be too sure. Mainly because I don't often use straighteners as my hair is naturally rather straight. Also I don't tend to blow dry my hair either, unless I'm in a hurry, because it usually leaves my hair looking rather frizzy. The only heated styling product I use is curling tongs on, at most, a once a week basis. Therefore other than the weather and such, there isn't much my hair needs protecting from. So unfortunately I can't be of much help in that respect. However I do think my hair is more manageable after using this, and doesn't need as much serum or smoothing creams to stop it looking as dry or frizzy.
Overall I really like this product for the fact that my hair is much easier to brush after getting tangled (my hair tangles easily). Therefore making it much easier to style afterwards. Plus the smell really is good! Enough of a reason alone to try it out! If I had to give a bad point about this product, it would be the packaging... Now I'm not fussy when it comes to what packaging looks like, as long as the product is easy to use and does what it claims. However on my particular bottle (this may not be a fault with all bottles) the straw part fell out of the pump bit it was attached to. I didn't realise until I noticed it wasn't spraying anything, and when I shook the bottle, I could hear the straw rattling around inside. Urgh. I unscrewed the lid but the neck of the bottle was too narrow for me to retrieve it. At first I resorted to pouring a bit of the product into my hands, and running my fingers through my hair from there. However this proved to be too inconvenient, and plus I was wasting a lot of it. I've since transferred all of the product left into another spray bottle and all is well again.
In other words, this isn't a miracle product but if you have hair that gets tangled easily, sometimes hard to manage, or just likes to smell lush, then this is for you!
Having long, thick, curly red hair I often get complimented on it and people always tell me they're jealous of my hair and wish they had it. Anyone else with long, thick, curly hair will know how difficult it is to care for and how time consuming it can be if you get too obsessed with trying to tame it! I don't particularly want or like my hair to look neat and tidy and well kept because this is very difficult to achieve, but I do like to feel like I'm achieving some level of control over the frizz and managing to define my curls more instead of them just being one big matted mass. As a result, over the years, I've spent much time, money and energy trying to find the perfect combination of products that together make my hair look how I want it. I've tried dozens of different things and will usually give anything a go once if it promises to smooth, defrizz of sleeken my hair but I also have numerous products that I have tried in the past and now trust and so will fall back on them if nothing else takes my fancy. One such item is the Aussie Miracle Hair Insurance Leave-In Conditioner.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY
I usually buy my Aussie products from Boots as they frequently have them offer. When I last stocked up they were on a 3 for £10 deal which I think is very reasonable as the full rpp is around £4.50. Obviously, buying from Boots earns you Advantage points as well and if you're canny and wait until a special event weekend you can earn yourself up to triple points too. Another tip, if shopping in a larger Boots store, is to use your advantage card in one of their special machines (they look like a cash point) where you will be offered coupons for other money off/special offers according to your previous purchases. They don't sound like much but can add up and if you get an extra 10% of haircare products plus your advantage points it works out to be quite a discount all together!
Aussie shampoos, conditioners and other hair care products are generally widely available and so you can normally pick them up from pretty much anywhere that sells that kind of thing; supermarkets, Superdrug etc so it is always worth shopping around to see who has the best deal on at the time.
The packaging for the leave-in conditioner is pretty much as it looks in the picture shown above. It comes in a creamy white bottle with a pump action spray nozzle on the top. The branding is quite attractive but not especially eye catching and has contrasting colours of a deep purple and sort of a very pale custardy yellow. The lable tells us that it contains jojoba oil which helps detangle and protect your hair from every day wear and tear. As you would expect from the Aussie range, there is also their little kangaroo emblem at the top!
The rear of the bottle provides the usual information you'd expect to find including directions for use, a list of ingredients and contact information for the company. All in all I'm quite ambivalent about the packaging really - it's nice enough but nothing fabulous. Whilst this isn't a hugely expensive brand, I would consider it to be more of a luxury than the basic bog standard ones and so think that more thought could possibly have gone into the packaging. That said, I'm not usually swayed by the outside of things like this, only whether they do what I want them to or not, hence why I keep buying this conditioner.
This leave-in conditioner is very easy to use. I simply wash my hair as normal and then roughly towel dry it. I then spray this conditioner liberally through my hair from root to tip and brush through with my tangle teazer, following with either mousse or some kind of smoothing cream. The conditioner comes out easily enough in quite a thick mist, which I like as I have so much hair, and it coats all my hair evenly enough this way.
One thing that can be quite annoying though is that once you've sprayed the pump action nozzle once it can sometimes drip which means your fingers can get coats in the conditioner, especially the one you use on the nozzle itself, which makes your finger slippy and it can be harder to push the nozzle down for subsequent squirts. I frequently find myself having to stop to wipe my finger on a towel between sprays which, as I said, is slightly annoying but nothing major and seems to be a problem with most products that use this kind of spray action.
Firstly, one of the nicest things about this leave-in conditioner is the fragrance of it. I am usually much more swayed by the smell of a product than its appearance and if I don't like the smell then will struggle to even finish the first bottle let alone be tempted to buy it again. This one however is very pleasant. It has quite a sweet, slightly floral fragrance also with a hint of fruit about it. I find it to be really quite feminine and pleasant to use and it does linger for quite a while afterwards too so, especially if I'm being lazy and haven't done my full styling routine and end my hair washing with this conditioner, I can smell it for several hours afterwards and often find myself swishing my hair around to get a waft of it!
Another major benefit for me is that it really does leave my hair feeling softer and more manageable which, for me, means it's easier to get my tangle teazer through it and it isn't left all matted together in one big clump. After I've sprayed this conditioner onto my hair and let it coat it thoroughly it is a much nicer experience trying to get it all detangled and knot free and also much quicker. The combination of the tangle teazer and the leave-in conditioner means it only takes me a couple of minutes to get all the knots and tangles out of my hair which may sound like a long time to people with shorter hair, but believe me, that is nothing short of a miracle for me!
After I've used the Aussie leave-in conditioner my hair also feels much softer and bouncier, although this usually doesn't last long for me as I tend to follow up by coating it in another product ready for styling. I can't blame the conditioner for that though as I can't really expect it work to its full potential when I don't let it! But, on the lazy days when this is the final step in my haircare routine, I can feel the softness of my curls for a couple of days afterwards which is really saying something as my hair can be quite dry and coarse.
I would thoroughly recommend this leave-in conditioner if you're looking for something that will help keep your hair tangle free and make it feel much softer. It's not often that I only use this and no other products on my hair, but when I do, the difference is notable and and my hair is left feeling softer and silkier, although it doesn't really tame my curls - but then again, that's not what I use it for nor does it claim that it will do that either. I think for the price you pay when it's on offer, it is very reasonable and this is a product that I return to time and again when I can't find anything else that takes my fancy.
I always like to have some form of leave in conditioner at home to use after I have towel dried my hair. My hair is quite long and can become very dry if I don't use enough conditioning products, I also have been colouring my hair a rather vibrant red lately, which doesn't help!
I bought this leave in conditioning spray from Aussie mostly because it is aimed at coloured hair, claiming to help protect the colour and help keep it vibrant and moisturised. The product contains wild peach extract and avocado oil. So does it live up to its promises?
The spray smells fruity, which I imagine is the peach extract and the product distributes evenly through the hair via the spray pump. Once in I tend to leave it for a minute before combing it through the length of my hair. I do this whilst my hair is damp and then I let it air dry. Once dry my hair does feel softer and it is easier to comb out the knots. The smell lingers in my hair which I like, although it does fade as the day goes on.
The one downside to this product is that despite being marketed as a 'colour insurance' product, I have not noticed that it helps my colour last or look more vibrant compared to when I use a leave in conditioner which doesn't claim to protect my colour. Other then that I would however recommend this product, as long as you aren't buying it purely to help maintain colour treated hair.
I would repurchase this conditioner again as it does help maintain the condition of my hair and keep it soft and manageable. It is reasonably priced at around the £3 mark and it is readily available both in highstreet stores and online.
Aussie hair insurance leave-in conditioner is formulated with Australian tea tree oil and vitamins A, B5, and C / It aims to actually fortify your hair, leaving it healthier and stronger than before / An insurance policy that truly protects every hair on yo