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Following my review of the shampoo in this range, here is the conditioner review! I always use the two products together. I purchased this for half price from my local supermarket But at full price this costs £3.99 for a 400ml bottle.
As with the shampoo, this comes in a light pink bottle, and the contents are pale pink too! It is the thick and creamy texture you would expect from a decent conditioner, and this is really nice an easy to apply to the hair. I always concentrate mainly on the mid lengths and ends of the hair when I use conditioner, and this stays on my hair really well as I leave it for a few minutes before washing it off. It has the same clean, fresh fragrance of the shampoo, and it is a scent I really like. It isn't too strong or overwhelming, so I think it's the sort of smell that most people would like.
When I wash this conditioner out of my hair, I can instantly feel that it is silky and smooth, with no tangles. As I have naturally curly hair, this isn't always the case! I always add styling products to my hair and leave it to dry naturally. And the first time I used this I noticed after my hair was dry that my hair felt really smooth and silky - definitely more so than after using some other hair care products. It also felt soft and smooth, and it also seems to tame my curls a bit too, which is always a good thing!
Overall I really like this conditioner, and will definitely buy it again if it's on offer.
I recently purchased this in Tesco for £1.98 for a 400ml bottle this was half price so great value for money. There were two varieties of this conditioner a normal one and a lightweight version. I picked the normal version as my hair can at times be very dry.
The conditioner is for fine to normal dull hair. The bottle is pink in colour and the lid for the conditioner is at the bottle of the bottle as opposed to the shampoo where the lid is at the top.
The conditioner states on the back that as fine hair grows it becomes more sensitive and lack shine , vitality and moisture. Like the shampoo the conditioner has a weightless moisture formula which is said to hydrate each hair fibre with moisture leaving it velvety soft and light as a feather. The conditioner also contains pearl extracts and micro crystals as does the shampoo these are to illuminate the hairs surface and provide light reflection.
For best results it is recommended you use the conditioner after the shampoo you need to work the conditioner through the lengths of the hair right to the tips then rinse thoroughly. The conditioner is a pale pink colour. It smells sweeter than the shampoo and is very nice. There are crystals in the conditioner like the shampoo which are water soluble. The conditioner has a shimmery appearance. I found that the consistency of the conditioner was quite thin. It didn't feel as moisturising as other conditioners I have used. After using this when my hair was damp it was difficult to comb. I wasn't too hopeful of a good result,however after drying my hair was really nice. It had a lovely lightweight feel and was soft to touch. My hair was also very shiny and I noticed that it helped to smooth my unruley flyaways. Overall I was very impressed. I would definitely buy this again especially at this bargain price.
I have recently been using the L'Oreal Elvive Nutri-Gloss conditioner alongside the matching shampoo. These are products I have used many times before and I buy them because although they are not perfect and they are not the most special shampoo and conditioner, they tend to be reasonably priced and I know they suit my hair type.
The conditioner comes in a pale pink bottle, similar to that of the shampoo. The bottle has accents of silver and opens from the base which aids in getting the last dregs out. The packaging is OK in my opinion, although I have to say it is perhaps a little overly pink!
The conditioner is for mid-long dull hair. It contains pearl proteins and promises 'mirror shine, cashmere touch'. My hair is long and thick and unfortunately I think dull is also a pretty good description! Another issue I have is that it is dry on the ends and gets greasy towards the roots.
To use, I shampoo my hair and then run this product through the lengths of my hair. The conditioner is a pale pink colour and is quite shiny looking. It's a nice consistency - I use a deep conditioner on my hair once a week, so I don't like my daily conditioner to be too thick as it weighs down my hair. This one goes through the hair easily.
I find the conditioner to have a nice fragrance, although not quite as nice as the shampoo. The shampoo has a fresh, clean smell to it, whereas the conditioner smells a bit more flowery to me. It's a light fragrance though and doesn't linger in my hair after use.
There is no indication on the bottle as to whether this conditioner should be left on the hair for any length of time, so I just apply then rinse. This seems to work for me and my hair still feels conditioned despite not leaving this on for a long time.
After use, the immediate difference is that my hair is detangled - being long it can get quite knotty. Once dry, I find that my hair feels soft and smooth and it's easy to run a brush (or comb) through it. I don't really notice a huge amount of shine - certainly not mirror shine as mentioned on the bottle - but my hair does have some shine and I feel it is brighter after using this. A few shampoo and conditioner combos I've used recently have made my hair greasy quite quickly after use, but thankfully this has not been the case with this one.
The conditioner is available in two sizes - 250ml and 400ml. Prices vary for this product and I often find this range on offer, so you will probably be able to pick it up for less than the RRP anyway. At the moment the 250ml size is £2.89 and the 400ml size is £3.99 from Tesco. It is also available in the majority of the other big supermarkets as well as Boots and Superdrug.
Overall, I don't think this conditioner is anything special, but it is effective and I know I can depend on it to do a good job. There is no doubt that I will buy this conditioner again in the future and I would recommend it - especially if you can find it on offer.
As I said in my previous review about the Nutri Gloss shampoo, L'oreal isnt a brand of shampoo or conditioner that I would normally buy. I borrowed a bit of my friends however and I was very impressed and will definitely be buying some in the future.
The Nutri Gloss conditioner comes in two sizes, the big one normally retailing at around £4 and the smaller one at around £2. It comes in a bright pink bottle with a flip open cap on the bottle through which to squeeze the conditioner out. The conditioner itself is a pale pink pearlized colour and is quite thick and silky feeling.
I applied this to my hair after using the shampoo - I only need a small about to be able to spread it through my hair and down through the lengths and ends. I left it on for around 3 minutes to give it time to really soak in and then rinsed it out. It took quite a bit of rinsing to get most of it out but I normally use really thick conditioning treatments on my hair so this didnt bother me too much. After rinsing it out my hair did feel nice and soft whilst still in the shower.
After drying my hair I was very impressed with the results of this conditioner and the matching shampoo. My hair looked noticably shinier and healthier and my colour looked much richer too. I was worried it mighht weigh my hair down or make it look greasy but it didnt, my hair looked clean and refreshed too. This is a conditioner that I will definitely be buying in the future.
You can currently get the big bottles of this at half price in Boots, costing only £1.98 which is an absolute bargain!
I'm not overly fussy when it comes to hair products, at the moment I am loving trying out lots of different products and as a result my bathroom is slightly overflowing! I bought this conditioner as it was on offer with the matching shampoo, the main appeal of it for me was that it was pink, which I know is a fairly silly reason to buy something but luckily it worked out!
I bought the 400ml bottle and it lasted me about two months, which is great value as it was very affordable to buy. Currently this can be purchased for around £3.99 in Boots, but is readily available in other supermarkets and drugstores and more often then not can be found on some sort of offer.
The conditioner itself is housed in a pink plastic bottle, with a flip top lid at the bottom. I much prefer this to having the lid on top, as it means all the product falls to the bottom when the bottle is standing making it much easier to get out when you need it. The bottle also states that the conditioner contains protein and pearl, which is supposed to illuminate the hair giving shine and nourish the hair giving soft locks! All sounds good to me, although I am sure there is a hint of gimmick to it. Nonetheless the conditioner did make my hair very soft and I really enjoyed using it, I can't say I noticed much shine though.
Overall i give this product a 4/5 because it made my hair soft and manageable and despite not noticing any additional shine I can't say I was too bothered by that as I mostly like my conditioner to just maintain the texture of my hair and keep it soft and free from tangles!
When I bought the l'oreal elvive nutria-gloss shine shampoo I found that I was very impressed with the results and so when I saw the product on a two for three pounds offer I decided to buy it again and this time purchase the conditioner to go with it as well.
The conditioner is obviously packaged to look like the matching shampoo in the range and so it is housed in a pink plastic container with a lime green lid. Unlike the shampoo which has the lid on the top of the bottle the conditioner actually sits on the lid which is useful I find especially when you are nearing the end of the bottle as you don't need to wait for all of the conditioner to make its way to the bottom of the bottle before you can squeeze some out. The bottle is recyclable when empty and the conditioner should be used within twelve months of opening.
As with the matching shampoo the conditioner is designed for people with mid to long, dull hair which is prone to greasiness. Apparently the longer your hair the more sensitive it is and whilst I am not sure how accurate that claim is I do find that my hair can be a pain and react in different ways to the same product so perhaps there is some truth in that as I do have quite long hair! I don't often use a conditioner as I find as a rule it can make my hair become greasy quicker but after using the shampoo in this range and achieving good results I was looking forward to trying this conditioner especially given that it does say it is suited to hair prone to greasiness.
The conditioner is a pale pink colour and I was pleased to discover it had the same scent as the shampoo. The scent is quite strong and fresh smelling but very girly in my opinion and so layered with the shampoo is quite significant. I'm not sure a man would really want to use this one but to be fair the pink packaging and the fact it is for those with mid to long hair makes it look as though it is aimed at women in particular anyway.
I use a blob of conditioner perhaps double the size of a fifty pence piece each application as my hair is pretty long. I tend to avoid applying it directly to my roots where my hair can be prone to greasiness and so instead I start an inch or so down and work it down to the ends which take a fair amount of punishment given I straighten my hair regularly. I prefer to leave the conditioner in for a minute or two before washing it out and whilst you aren't instructed to do this on the bottle I do think that it works best.
When I wash the conditioner out of my hair I always notice it feels soft and well treated. I usually find that it takes longer to blow dry my hair after using this conditioner for some reason but once it is done and my hair is straightened my hair does feel lovely and soft and has a really nice shine to it. I find after using this conditioner and my hair is styled that my hair is easier to manage in general which is obviously a positive thing. I don't use this product every time I wash my hair as I find it has a negative effect and does start to make my hair greasier but this may well just me my silly hair!
I do like this conditioner and its claim of producing weightless hair with a glossy shine is accurate. The product usually costs £2.79 for 250ml and for the price I do think it is a good offering for those with long hair. It can also sometimes be found on offer so it is certainly worth trying then!
Thank you for reading my review!
price & packaging
This heavenly conditioner comes in a very feminine pink pearlised bottle and currently retails at £3.79 at Boots for 400ml, which will last you a good while. Boots often have 2 for £6 offers on Loreal shampoos and conditioners so look out for these. The bottle is designed so that the flip lid is at the bottom so you can get a constant flow of conditioner and you aren't having to constantly shake it out.
scent & quality
The scent of this conditioner is extremely pleasant, but not too overpowering- a soft, sweet citrus smell. The shampoo actually contains lemon extracts and pearl protein; lemon helps remove grease and residue build up whilst the pearl protein helps contribute to the mirror shine and cashmere touch! The combination truly makes my hair feel purified and leaves it looking healthier and shinier. A little of this product goes a long way as it lathers up very well (both the shampoo and the conditioner). After using this product for a week I have gone from washing my hair every day to every other day as it really helps it stop becoming greasy so fast. I would firmly recommend this shampoo if your roots tend to be constantly oily, and you're sick of daily washing or dry shampoo-ing!
Perfect, light conditioner for hair that gets greasy fast
Any regular readers of my cosmetic reviews will know that I like to vary my conditioners so that my hair, which I'm trying to grow long, doesn't lack for certain nutrients. As such, when I saw Boots had an offer on L'Oreal Elvive 400ml treatments, I invested in a couple. I have used conditioners from the range before and found them to be perfectly adequate by high-street standards, also the 400ml bottles are useful to have as they last well and therefore represent pretty good value in comparison to the higher end of the high street market.
One of the conditioners I chose was Nutri-Gloss Shine Conditioner. As I said, as someone trying to grow their hair, also in autumnal conditions, outside a lot and commuting / working in air conditioned environments regularly, I want to keep my lengths in as high condition as I can. This product is for "mid to long dull hair". There is also a light version available.
This conditioner comes in a pink bottle that stands on it's lid, so you don't have to eek out the last of the product by shaking it. It has a flip lid which I have never seen to leak on this or any others in the range.
This retails at £3.79 for 400ml but is frequently subject to promotional offers.
Available from supermarkets and chemists, as well as online.
The front of the bottle claims that this product provides "mirror shine" and "cashmere touch". Grand claims! It also notes that the product includes proteins and pearl - this is clarified on the back of the bottle as being powdered mother of pearl.
The pearl aspect is meant to provide the mirror shine, while the protein is meant to nourish the hair to provide the cashmere softness. Other claims on the back of the packaging include "instantly detangled" and "shine, vitality and softness".
I didn't use this with the other products in the range but after using my usual shampoo.
I have used this product for a while now on various days and have found it to be precisely how I expected - perfectly adequate for a high street range, leaving my hair feeling conditioned and manageable.
The product isn't overly thick and I find that I don't need to use as much of it as I do with some products. The treatment is the same pink colour as the packaging and smells pleasant - a berry-like scent but quite obviously manufactured.
I have a routine with my conditioner whereby I always wash my hair first then apply conditioner thoroughly throughout lengths and ends having squeezed out excess moisture. I then do the other "bathroomy" stuff us girls do - washing between toes and all that! - to ensure my hair gets the full benefit of the conditioner. Therefore this was in my hair about a good four minutes.
It rinses out easily and instantly my hair felt silkier and conditioned. There were no tangles and I dried my hair as normal.
My hair is softer, feels conditioned and a small tangle I developed when trying a new hairstyle came out very quickly - so I feel that this product has rights to lay claim to being useful for hair that tangles easily and it certainly does provide softness. "Cashmere" may be pushing it as I've had far stronger effects from higher end products but against it's peers I feel this product delivers on this front at a good price. Also I would note that this is a strong product for longer hair, particularly if your ends sometimes feel the strain, as my hair is soft throughout after using, not just in the healthier mid-lengths.
However, the thing that means this only gets three stars is that "mirror shine" claim. I have brunette hair and it's usually very shiny but I feel that this product is no better than average on this front. It's a grand claim to put out there and as far as shine is concerned I feel this product does not deliver. Shiny, yes, but mirror shine? I've known other products not much pricier than this which are far better. Therefore, I'm dropping this a couple of stars.
Affordable, last well, smells nice, leaves my hair soft and conditioned and feeling healthy. But this product makes grand claims that it doesn't deliver on across the board. As a high street brand this is useful to have in the bathroom armoury, probably outperforms most things in the same price bracket in terms of softness, and is a perfectly adequate conditioner. But mirror shine remains sadly elusive.
Why this conditioner
I bought this conditioner along side the shampoo in the same range a month ago when I had forgotten to pack my usual conditioner to take on holiday
What is it?
This conditioner is part of L'Oreal Elvive Nutri gloss light range for mid to long fine and claims to have a refreshing shine booster from pearl proteins and citrus. The bottle packaging contains various claims including "Mirror shine and a cashmere touch" the pearl proteins in this conditioner are supposedly designed to reflect the light and smooth the roughed up cuticles of the hair, this is to create a smooth, soft surface of the hair that looks shiny and reflective and is soft to the touch.
The pink plastic bottle has a flip to lid for easy use and is recyclable.
I think you need to know my hair type so you can compare it to your own to see if this review will help you decide whether to try it or not so here goes. I have long straight shoulder length hair that is fine but there is lots of it so it is quite dense which means it can end up looking heavy and lacklustre.
The conditioner is a very light pink color it is what Dulux I am sure would describe as white with a hint of pink if it was paint. There is a shinny quality to it which I assume comes from the pearl extracts. Texture wise it is very smooth and silky to the touch and when rubbed between my fingers leaves a silky feel to them. Smell wise there are floral notes to the conditioner and it has a lovely fresh scent.
The bottle tells you to work the conditioner through the lengths of your hair to the tip and then rinse. To do this I needed a good size globule the size of about a walnut. Working this through my hair was quite easy really as my hair was tangle free from using the shampoo in the same range. I left this on my hair for a couple of minutes to soak into my hair before rinsing it off. Whilst on my hair it smooth and sleek to the touch and almost like a hair treatment mask. Rinsing this out took a couple of minutes to ensure all the product was off my hair. My hair during this process remained tangle free as the bottle promised.
Once dry my hair felt soft to the touch and smooth there were no rough sections in my hair at all. So the smooth soft surface claims appear to be born out by this conditioner. However unlike the light version of this that I normal use my hair felt as if it had been left with a residue on it despite it being well rinsed. This heaviness meant that I felt my hair needed to wash again the next day unlike with the light version where I can wash my hair every other day.
As to the mirror shine element of the conditioner promises it certainly did leave it looking shining but to me rather than this looking like a healthy shine as the light version leaves my hair. This felt almost like a greasy shine similar to the shine my hair can take on hot summer days. Now this isn't a good look I don't think. I continued using it whilst away on holiday for a week and was washing my hair every day due to swimming despite trying to use less product my hair always ended up looking greasy heavy and lank despite feeling soft to the touch.
Ingredients in case of allergies
Aqua / Water, Cetyl Alcohol, Amodimethicone, CI 17200 / Red 33, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Hydrolyzed Conchiolin Protein, Behentrimonium Chloride, Trideceth-6, Chlorhexidine Dihydrochloride Simmondsia Chinensis / Jojoba Seed Oil, Limonene, Linalool, Dipalmitoylethyl Hydroxyethylmonium Methosulfate, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Myristyl Alcohol, Cetyl Esters, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetrimonium Chloride, Methylparaben, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Citric Acid, Citronellol, Hexylcinnamal, Parfum / Fragrance.
Overall and recommendation
This conditioner gets a big thumbs down from me as it left my hair feeling lank and whilst the conditioner did live up to its softness claims this was fair outweighed for me by the greasy shine my hair took on. Due to my hair type of fine but lots of it I have to say I prefer the light version of this as this for me gives me the soft and healthy shine I am looking for.
This is available at most chemists and supermarkets and costs around £3-£3.50 for a 400ml bottle.
This was another purchase from Semi Chem at a good enough price. I picked up the bottle for £1.29 instead of the usual price of around £1.80 which my local Asda sells this range for. I can't remember seeing this bottle in my branch recently as it's a pretty enough colour, so weather this is older stock and that is why it is a good price in a Discount Chemist. Who knows, but I got a good enough deal anyway.
So this comes in a 200ml bottle and it looks just like the Dooyoo picture. The Pink colour is nice enough and that bit different to other bottles on the shelf. The writing on the bottle doesn't stand out all that much against the pink, and in my view it all looks a bit faded like it has been in the sun.
This Conditioner has a Matching Shampoo which I have recently bought but will get round to reviewing that at another time. The range is meant to add Gloss and shine to your hair, which is something I would like. My hair is highlighted Blonde as my natural haircolour is a darker Blonde. Not the shiniest colour anyway and I don't tend to get all that sheen on my hair unfortunately.
So how did this work? Well I commited the sin of not using the matching Shampoo and Conditioner at the same time. This was because I just grabbed this as my other one had run out. This is quite a thick cream, but not too thick or that. A little blob of this works into your Hair easy enough and I left on for a couple of minutes and then rinsed off as usual. My hair felt soft and glossy when I was rinsing this, and I like how the loreal range of products make my Hair feel Glossy and strong.
After drying and Straightening my Hair looked and felt nice. i had used a different loreal Shampoo with this, so it was different but kind of the same. My hair appeared to have a slight shimmer to it, and I noticed where my scalp is about a couple of inches down there seemed to be a sheen that circled my hair. It all looked nice enough and I was pleased with the results.
This is a goof Conditioner and I would buy this again. The Shampoo is good too, but that's for another review.
I have never really been a fan of L'Oreal's shampoo and conditioner range due to past personal experience, though I have had more postive experiences with other L'Oreal products and therefore have tried to keep an open mind when it comes to this brand's products.
After trying a sample bottle of L'Oreal Nutri-Gloss shampoo and being fairly impressed, I did go out and buy a full sized bottle and I had hopes that the matching conditioner would impress me as much as the shampoo.
I always use a conditioner on my hair after washing as without it, my hair feels dry and can look frizzy. Using a conditioner enables my hair to look the best it possibly can and smoothes the hair shafts as well as providing a sleek shiny glow if I use my favourite brands such as Pantene and John Frieda.
L'Oreal Nutri-Gloss conditioner comes in a very girly-pink bottle. I am not a fan of anything pink, therefore the packaging does little for me, but it is what is inside the bottle that really matters.
L'Oreal Nutri-Gloss conditioner contains a pearl protein complex to promote shine and bounce, promising mirror shine and cashmere touch. It is said to target your hair fibre and nourish from the roots to the tips, leaving it soft and shiny without leaving your hair feeling heavy. It stated on the bottle it was suitable for medium-long hair and as I have long hair I hoped my hair would feel soft and silky smooth with a glossy shine after using it.
As mentioned, I had used the shampoo and enjoyed the moisturising touch it provided, as well as the fragrance and the feel of my hair after rinsing it out. I thought that by using the matching conditioner, things could only get better and I would be left well and truly impressed by this product. It is fair to say I had high hopes for this conditioner after using the shampoo.
The conditioner itself has a creamy texture, however, the consistency did not seem as thick as the shampoo as I squeezed some out of the bottle onto the palm of my hand. I set about massaging some into my hair after rinsing out the shampoo and my first thoughts were that it did not feel as luxurious or as moisturising as the shampoo. Indeed when using the shampoo, I was impressed by the fact that a little of the shampoo seemed to go a long way, such was its moisturising and lathering capabilities. However, I found I had to use more conditioner than I normally would when using this one, in order to achieve full coverage of my hair. Also, whilst massaging it into my hair, it just didn't feel as smooth as I would like. My fingers were not exactly gliding through my hair with the ease I have come to expect when using my favourite brands and my hair did not really feel as if it was being totally moisturised by this product.
I hoped my hair would maybe feel better as I rinsed out the conditioner and thankfully things improved. My hair began to feel smooth and tangle-free as I rinsed it out I am glad to say.
I really like the fragrance of this conditioner, which I would describe as quite unique. Whilst not predominently floral or fruity, it has a lovely long-lasting fragrance, which I am sure most people would find appealing, particularly if you were a fan of the herbal essence-type hair products, as I would liken its fragrance to those products.
After drying and styling my hair, it felt really soft and there was a noticeable shine especially nearer the roots of my hair. My hair did not feel weighted down at all and the fragrance lingered all day.
I have however, achieved a slightly glossier and sleeker look to my hair when using a different conditioner and so for that reason this is not going to be my personal favourite. It is however, worth trying as it is by no means a poor conditioner.
I personally wish the consistency was a little thicker and would love it to feel as luxurious as the shampoo does when applying it to your hair, so for those reasons I get more enjoyment when using the shampoo from this Nutri-Gloss range than I do the conditioner.
I am happy to purchase this when on offer and I do often find it is available at an offer price of £1.50- £1.70, or part of buy one get one free promotions. As the recommended price seems to be around £2.45+ for the regular size bottle, this can be quite a bargain price.
I tend to flick from product to product when using hair care as I never notice huge differences between the brands and the effect on my hair. I have probably tried more conditioners than shampoo because I use conditioner at probably twice the rate of shampoos. I remebered using this product in the past in the shampoo and enjoying using it due to the pearlised sheen which I expected to be present here too.
This conditioner would seem perfect for me because my hair is rather long - past my shoulders - and because it's coloured blond, it is rather dull. So I had high hopes.
The product comes in a bright pink bottle with the cap at the bottom to help the prodcut drain naturally to the bottom and it emphasises the pearl protein on the fron and promises mirror shine and cashmere touch which all sounds good.
I was disappointed when the product squeezed out though. It was a very very very pale pink, almost white and none of the lovely pearlised shine that I had hoped for so I felt a bit let-down. It did smell lovely and fresh but using it was a bit disappointing because it didn't spread over my hair, it was like using yoghurt and I had to keep ssqueezing out more and more to cover my hair.
Once done and combed through and rinsed as I always do, I found my hair to be in an okay condition but nothing to get excited about, will try something else next time. In summary, it's satisfactory but unless it's on offer I wouldn't get it again. It costs £3.40 in Superdrug for a 400ml bottle and it is sometime buy one get one free or two bottles for £5.
I bought this at the same time as the accompanying shampoo and was thoroughly disappointed with the effects of using the shampoo (see my review on it for more details) and conditioner together. I didn't have very high hopes for the conditioner either, but I decided to use it with another shampoo to see if it was still rubbish or whether the shampoo was the main culprit for the dire results.
Whereas the shampoo was quite shimmery and greasy-looking, I was pleased to see that the conditioner wasn't. It looked more like a regular conditioner but promised to have impressive detangling qualities. As my hair has a tendency to tangle very easily when it's being washed, I hoped that this was indeed the case!
There were some slight differences when using this conditioner without the shampoo from the same range. I'm pleased that my hair didn't feel as greasy and lank as it did when I used both products together, but it still felt much the same as before. In addition, it didn't improve the look of my hair and it was still lifeless. It was incredibly easy to detangle my hair using this conditioner though, so at least that was one area that worked as per the claims! Unfortunately though, that's not enough to convince me to buy this conditioner again as I've used own brand shampoos that do a similar detangling job and make my hair look and feel like it's actually been washed.
Fairly recently, L'Oréal ran a large marketing campaign for this range, highlighting the 'cashmere touch' and shine that the new Nutri-gloss shampoo and conditioner would give long hair. The price seemed reasonable - it's currently around £3 at various high street retailers for the conditioner but there are frequently money-saving offers on - eg. if you buy the shampoo as well, there is a 'Buy one get one half price' offer on at Superdrug at the moment. As my hair is long and not very shiny, I was convinced by the adverts and decided to try it.
Although there are a large number of positive reviews on Dooyoo for this range, I myself did not have a good experience with it. My hair is naturally very fine and gets greasy easily so I have to wash it every day. I found that this conditioner was too heavy for my hair and left my hair dull and feeling like I needed to wash it again. I disliked it so much I threw the rest of the bottle in the bin - along with the shampoo.
It seems that I have not been the only customer with this issue as L'Oréal has brought out a 'Light' range which I would imagine would not weigh my hair down in the same manner as the normal range. I'd be willing to try this version and see if it's better for my hair type, but I would not try the normal type again. However, I have friends with thicker hair than mine who now swear by this conditioner due to the shine effect it provides so I'd recommend it if you have thick hair that doesn't get greasy easily.
My hair was very damaged by prelightener last year and i was looking for a conditioner that would help with the damage and make my hair stronger. And boy did i find it!
I bought the Loreal Nutrigloss conditioner one day just because i had not tried it and i was desperate to find a good brand that helped. This conditioner is my lifesaver because not only did it start to give me the shine back into my hair and make it soft to the touch, but it also made it possible to brush through my hair easily when it was wet(my hair gets very knotty and hard to brush through when wet)as my hair is naturally very curly!
It does not take alot of conditioner to spread through the hair so it lasts for ages! i would recommend using Loreal Nutrigloss Shampoo with the conditioner as this makes it even better. This is by far the best conditioner i have ever used and with the amount of damage my hair was in i thought it was impossible to ever get a healthy shine and softness back, until i used this product!
A friend of mine used my conditioner once when i told her how good it was and she was made up with the results too. She went out especially to buy this product because she was that impressed with it.
I would highly recommend this product to someone trying to find a good conditioner, you will not be disappointed!!