Boots Coconut & Almond Leave-in Conditioner Reviews
Product Type: Boots hair care products
Description:Brand: Boots / Conditioner. / Type: Conditioner / What it does: Smoothes, / With natural ingredients including coconut ... more
Newest Review: ... with a mix of the juice. =To Use= Once you have used shampoo and your hair is towel dry, you spray the conditioner from ... more
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Customer Boots Coconut & Almond Leave-in Conditioner Reviews (20)
by - written on 11/06/12 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I love doing my hair and often treat myself to different conditioners and hair treatments. I came across this conditioner in Boots and decided I would buy it because it smelt lovely and I love Coconut scented hair products and also because it was really cheap. The Scent This leave in conditioner smells lovely, it has a really nice and fresh coconut scent to it. I find that the scent from this conditioner lingers faintly around my hair for a while which is nice as it smells so lovely and clean. Applying This hair treatment is really easy to apply, on the bottle it says to simply spray it all over your hair and comb it through your hair ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/11 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I bought this leave-in conditioner at the same time as I bought the normal Boots Ingredients Coconut & Almond Conditioner. I was leaving that one at home as a normal conditioner, but hoped to take this leave-in conditioner on holiday with me to help protect my hair from the hot sun in Portugal. This leave-in conditioner comes in a clear plastic spray bottle with a simply designed white label bearing a picture of half a coconut and an almond. For the environmentally conscious amongst you, the bottle is made with recycled materials and recycling instructions are also given. Inside, the conditioner is cloudy milky-white in colour and it's easy to see how much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/11 (Very useful, 80 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tame those frizzies! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I tend to use hair spray inbetween washes, or before going out in the evenings, to tame my frizzies and give my hair a bit of a boost (and make it smell nice!). I have tried all sorts of different products - some good, some bad - but have no brand loyalty at all so I'm always trying out different products - often using whatever catches my eye or is on offer! One thing I do like is a pump action spray rather than the more traditional aerosol spray. I like to have a little bit of moisture added to my hair to help smooth my locks, and I often find aerosol sprays leave my hair feeling dry and sticky. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/10 (Very useful, 148 readings)
I often leave my hair to dry naturally, which is nice and easy for me, and gets me the waves I want, but there is a down side, it dries slightly frizzy! In al the hair magazines the way they recommended to avoid this was by using leave in conditioner after washing it. The products they recommended in the hair magazines were much more expensive, often over ten pounds, which is a lot for something when you don't know if it is going to work for yo or not. before investing in something more expensive I decided to try giving a cheaper version a go, so I headed to Boots. Boots sell their own brand leave in conditioner. It is in a clear plastic bottle with a white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 179 readings)
My little helper in every situation Why did I buy it? I live in Germany and go on holiday in England several times a year. I find Boots products so much better than all the drugstore items I can get over here, so I always fill up the car with body- and haircare stuff from Boots and Superdrug. I saw a special about how good leave-in conditioners are in a magazine and decided to get one too, but I didn't find anything that looked appealing to me. Then I looked at Boot's own range of hair care products and saw this. I bought one to try it out (which was easily done because it is quite cheap) and now I am hooked and buy at least three bottles ... Read the complete review
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