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Boots Ingredients Rosemary & Mint Conditioner

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Brand: Boots / Type: Conditioner

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      03.09.2010 14:33
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      Nice conditioner from Boots!

      Whenever I purchase a new shampoo, 9 times out of 10 I will purchase the matching conditioner from within the range too. I'm a bit funny about mixing and matching fragrances on my head and having long, prone to frizzy hair that gets greasy roots and dry everywhere else I feel I need a conditioner after every time I shampoo.

      This, I purchased in Boots (as it is a Boots own brand after-all) at the price of £1.29 a bottle when I purchased the shampoo (the review for that is also on here by the way if your interested). I had taken a quick whiff of it in the bottle and really liked it and noted that it was for normal/greasy hair and felt that at the price it costs that it had to be very worth a go.

      The Packaging:

      300ml see-though and slightly squeezy bottle with a flip-top opening to the top of it concealing a small hole and a large white label going around the main of the bottle. On that label I am told that it is Boots 'Ingredients' Rosemary & Mint Conditioner and as I stated earlier in this review that it is for normal/greasy hair types and there is a photograph of mint and rosemary displayed on there too. Around the back of the label other information listed includes being told a bit about the product and how to use it, ingredients and the size is listed (as I have stated already) and contact details for Boots are given. It's a nice enough but fairly basic looking bottle, looks unisex and of course being a Boots own product the information given is enough!

      A Bit About The Product According To The Information listed On The Back Of The Bottle:

      With extracts of rosemary & Mint, Boots Ingredients Conditioner is specially formulated to smooth and detangle hair for added vitality and shine.

      Using It:

      Well the conditioner is a sort of very light aqua green in colour and creamy looking and although it comes out of the bottle with a good shake and squeeze it is rather thick and feels smooth on the hair as you apply it.

      Like the matching shampoo from this range this has a wonderful and natural aroma of mint and rosemary to it though I don't feel this is as sweet in aroma an the shampoo and I really feel that I can smell like raw mint within this which is quite simply lovely.

      I simply take a small blob of this and smooth it through wet/damp hair. You can rinse it off almost immediately if you want to or leave it on a minute or so (whatever!) and it rinses out with complete ease.

      Verdict:

      This leaves my hair feeling soft, supple, clean and hydrated. My hair stays fragrant for a good few hours after using this and my hair is left feeling strong and shiny (and it looks shiny too). It removes grease from my hair but also keeps it at bay longer without upsetting my dry and frizzy bits of hair at all.

      This is an economical buy as well as a little of it goes a very long way and the scent staying put is a really nice feature too!

      As an every day type of conditioner I wouldn't hesitate to purchase this time and time again in the future and feel that only costing a mere £1.29 a bottle that it offers excellent value for money!

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