Charles Worthington Hair Healer Intensive Leave In Conditioner Reviews
Product Type: Charles Worthington hair care products
Description:Brand: Charles Worthington / Type: Conditioner
Newest Review: ... squeezable tube is a handy size and it holds 200ml of product. It stands on its flip top lid and the tube is an off white ... more
Customer Charles Worthington Hair Healer Intensive Leave In Conditioner Reviews (13)
by daisylee3 - written on 03/01/13, updated on 03/01/13
~*~ The Purchase ~*~ One of my favourite Youtube beauty guru's recently mentioned this in her monthly favourite's video and seeing as it was on offer at the time in Boots I decided to try it as it sounded amazing! I have quite dry, slightly damaged hair as I straighten it daily and this seemed like an ideal way to keep it moisturised and looking healthy. ~*~ Price ~*~ A 200ml tube of this retails at around £5.50, which I know sounds quite overpriced for quite a small tube of conditioner, but it's definitely worth it! A tube lasts for ages as a little goes a long way so it is good value for money despite initially seeming ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/10 (Very useful, 665 readings)
Have you ever found yourself in a hurry in the morning? You know, when your alarm goes off and you find yourself hitting that snooze button too many times. Well that's me most mornings, and I'm always looking for a way to save precious minutes. Enter Charles Worthington Hair Healer Intensive Leave In Conditioner. When I use a rinse out conditioner I like to leave it on for a few minutes, just to give a deep down condtion, as I have quite thick long hair with very dry ends. So any conditioner that stays on for less than a few minutes really is a waste of time as it just doesn't do the job. With Charles Worthington Leave In Conditioner I've not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/01, updated on 13/07/01 (Very useful, 702 readings)
For any members who may have happened to visit my account page here on dooyoo, you may have noticed that I have declined to post a picture of yours truly onto said page. There is a very good reason for this – I am afflicted with a bad hair life. My hair is neither properly straight nor fully curly, being instead annoyingly wavy and frizzy, and generally acting as if it has a life of its own. I am therefore constantly in search of new products that will help tame my locks – this is the latest in a long line! I bought my Charles Worthington hair healer a few months back while I was visiting a friend for the weekend. Boots were having one of their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/01, updated on 05/03/01 (Very useful, 738 readings)
Are you in the habit of rubbing balloons over your head, just prior to going out and facing the world? Well? No. Quite. I really didn’t think many people would be raising their hands in answer to that question. I am sure it has appeared, at times, that I do, in fact, rub balloons over my head as some kind of alternative therapy or quirky fetish. I assume this is what many people have thought went on in the privacy of my own home, as there are days when this seems the only logical answer as to why my hair is frizzing and sticking up all over the place. Having established that I am not a balloon fetishist, it seems best to move on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/11 (Very useful, 213 readings)
I discovered Charles Worthington Hair Healer a few months back as I perused the shelf for my '3 for 2' third purchase in Boots. Had I paid full price, it would have cost me around £5.69 for 200ml. An Intensive Leave in Conditioner, it's designed to nourish your hair to leave it 'soft and silky'. The bottle claims that it has 'super conditioners such as Argan Oil' which can repair and recondition. I was more than willing to give it a go, after all, I had my shampoo and regular Charles Worthington conditioners in my basket and deserved a hair treat with a more expensive label. I won't crack the 'because I'm worth it' joke here, as we're discussing the wrong ... Read the complete review
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