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I recently wrote a review about some Charles Worthington Sensitive Shampoo that my sister had bought me as a stocking filler at Christmas. As she bought me the matching conditioner as well I shall tell you about that now ....................
Both the shampoo and conditioner cost £5 for 250ml at Asda but my sister spotted them on offer last year at just one pound each! I was very impressed with that as I am the sort of person who loves a special offer!
The Charles Worthington Sensitive Conditioner comes in a plastic (and so recycleable) container which stands just over five inches tall. The shape of the container is a sort of flattish oval and this particular one is pale green with a silver coloured band around the top. The conditioner is dispensed from the flat black plastic top of the container.
On the front of the container there is the CW logo and the words 'Charles Worthington London sensitive salon results conditioner for gentle daily care'.
The back of the container shows a list of the ingredients of the conditioner, some more information about it and instructions for use.
The conditioner has been developed to be gentle enough for everyday use but I have never been one of those people who wash my hair daily as I think that too much washing strips out the natural oils from my hair. I usually tend to wash my hair a couple of times a week.
The conditioner contains cucumber and aloe vera and it has been dermatologically tested to make sure that it will not irritate the scalp of the user. In fact this one has been developed especially for those people with a sensitive scalp. The cucumber is a naturally soothing ingredient and the aloe vera helps to hydrate both the hair and the scalp and detangle the hair.
To use the conditioner I begin by washing my hair with the Charles Worthington Sensitive Shampoo and then rinsing until my hair is completely clean. I then take the container of conditioner, press the side of the black top so that it tips up revealing a small hole at the other side. I then just turn it upside down and squeeze so that the conditioner is dispensed into my other hand.
The actual conditioner is thick and white in colour and it smells lovely! I happen to really like the smell of both cucumber and aloe vera so this one is just right for me as the two combine perfectly.
I massage the conditioner into my hair and it feels thick and creamy and the fragrance fills the air around me. I always wash my hair when I first get into the shower, rinse it and then apply the conditioner. I then leave the conditioner in whilst I have my shower and then finish by rinsing it off.
This conditioner rinses out thoroughly and it leaves my hair feeling and smelling lovely.
After using the shampoo with this matching conditioner my hair is easy to dry and style. My hair style is quite natural but this conditioner helps to give it a super shine and it feels so soft and, best of all, the shine of feeling of softness will last for a few days until it is time to wash my hair again.
I don't suffer with a sensitive scalp so I am unable to comment on whether this conditioner is gentle enough to cope with this or not, but having used it I have no reason to doubt that it would be fine.
I would be happy to recommend this conditioner, especially when used with the matching shampoo, and I will definitely buy it again if I can spot it at a good price.
My hair looks great, feels lovely and smells nice - that'll do for me!
Incidentally the information on web site suggests using the shampoo and conditioner alongside the Sensitive Leave in Detangling Spray for the best hair care routine for those with sensitive scalps.
For more information and styling tips take a look at the web site at www.charlesworthington.com