Boots Ingredients Coconut & Almond Conditioner Reviews
Product Type: Boots hair care products
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Conditioner
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Customer Boots Ingredients Coconut & Almond Conditioner Reviews (10)
by - written on 15/07/12 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I'm currently using the Boots Ingredients Coconut and Almond range of hair care products. I'm not brand loyal when it comes to shampoos and conditioners, I'm happy to use whichever products happen to be on offer or seem to be the best value. The Boots Coconut and Almond Conditioner costs just £1.29, and it comes in a 300ml bottle. The conditioner itself it quite a liquid conditioner, and it's opaque white in colour. It states that it's for normal to dry hair, my hair is probably normal and maybe just a little on the dry side so this seems perfect for me. This is formulated with extracts of coconut and almond, and you can definitely smell the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I've used lots of different shampoos and conditioners over the years ranging from the very cheap to the slightly expensive. I saw this conditioner and matching in my local Boots when it was on offer and as I was trying to save money, I thought I'd try it. I generally ty to use matching shampoos and conditioners and so I always use this conditioner with the matching shampoo (see my review of this). ---The product: The Boots Ingredients Coconut and Almond Conditioner is specifically designed for normal to dry hair. As I tend to count my hair as normal, I thought this would be the one to get. It comes in a 300ml clear plastic bottle with a label with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10, updated on 19/01/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I not really brand loyal when it comes to shampoos and conditioners, I have brands that I like of differing prices and for the more expensive ones I try and buy them when they are on offer. If there is no offer on I'll have a look and see what I think will be suitable for the best price. When I was in Boots a couple of months ago looking for Christmas presents, I remembered I needed conditioner so took a look at what was available. I was pleased when I noticed that the Boots Ingredients range was on special offer for £1. There were a few options to choose from, but I picked the Coconut and Almond conditioner. It stated that it was suitable for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Now having very recently found a way of cleaning my hair that doesn't involve shampoo or conditioner or chemicals (neem soap from onevillage.com), it seems a bit strange to be reviewing a regular conditioner, but when my neem ran out (well the last bit disintegrated and was useless for hair washing coz I'd have never got all the bits out) and my new order hadn't arrived, I had to revert to using whatever was to hand in the bathroom. Boots Coconut & Almond Oil conditioner for dry hair was on the shelf, within reach, and having nabbed some of hubby's horribly chemical smelling shampoo first, I used it for two reasons. Firstly, having long hair that tangles ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
A few days ago I wrote a review on Boots coconut and almond shampoo, which I rather liked and suited my hair. I had forgotten about Boots coconut and almond range until a month or so ago when I red a review on Dooyoo about it. I used to use this a lot when I was a student as it was cheap and I love the smell, so when I saw it in Boots about a month ago I purchased both a shampoo and conditioner. The conditioner comes in a clear 300ml bulbous bottle with a good flip top which is easy to open and dispense the shampoo from. The conditioner is a think which liquid, rather like thick coconut milk, so it doesn't run out between your fingers when you squeeze it ... Read the complete review
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