Sainsbury's Basics Hair Conditioner Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's hair care products
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Conditioner
Newest Review: ... wasn't really going to miss 24p if it was total rubbish. As the bottle is rather large (width and height) it was difficult ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Basics Hair Conditioner Reviews (14)
by - written on 14/01/13 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I reviewed the Sainsbury's shampoo that I was less than impressed with; unfortunately I also bought the conditioner which was also a big mistake. I have no problem with buying cheaper brands, if it saves me money and works as well as the higher priced products, then I am happy to go with the cheaper version. Basics at Sainsbury's are a cheap alternative to most brands and I happily fill my shopping trolley with Basics every week. Not all products have been a success but without trying them I will never know whether to buy them again or not. I generally don't hold out my breath with products that are priced too low but I will still give them a fair trial. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/10 (Very useful, 114 readings)
I have been trying lots of lower brands recently from supermarkets to save some money and I came across this hair conditioner from Sainsbury's Basics range and thought I would give it a try as I had not seen it before and for the price of just only 24p I thought it would not be such a waste of money if it was not suitable for myself and my family. It comes in a plastic bottle and the usual colours of the basics range, the bottle has a screw off top and the bottle is quite a wide one, inside the conditioner is a peach colour and when I first tried it, I used it while in the shower and I pour a little onto my hand and it was quite runny and a little messy, it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/10 (Very useful, 121 readings)
My husband likes to save money as and where he can. Unfortunately sometimes he will forego my usual luxury items which I like to budget for on a monthly basis opting to buy cheaper alternatives which he tends to feel quite smug about when he goes to the supermarket hence I don't tend to let him go unaccompanied very often. One such occasion was when I recently ran out of conditioner as I unfortunately had to go to work I reluctantly asked him to pick up a few items from Sainsbury including a bottle of my usual conditioning treatment. I returned home and browsed through the items that he had purchased. Nowhere to be seen was my usual brand of conditioner and I have to .. Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
My long hair is quite thick. coarse and wavy and after lots of experimentation I realised I need to use an awful lot of conditioner to make it manageable and have a good hair day. If I use conditioner every day I can easily get through an ordinary bottle in ten (ish) days so I limit it to twice a week and put up with the resulting crazy hair the rest of the week. I am always on the look out for cheaper conditioners and when I spotted this one in Sainsburys for 25p I thought it was probably worth a try at the price. The 500ml plastic bottle is basic with a screw top lid and is filled with a peach coloured conditioner. The lid is hard to open with wet hands and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/09, updated on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
When I was out of work for a while I found that there were lots of basic and cheaper products that I could purchase from supermarkets in place of my usual branded items and save myself a load of money. This basics hair conditioner is one of these products and with a price tag of just 24p per 500ml this is one of the items that is going to stay on my shopping list long term. This conditioner is provided in a very basic plastic bottle with a large white screw top lid. Everything about this packaging just screams basic but then I would not expect anything more for the price paid. There is a white and orange label on the conditioner with the usual information such ... Read the complete review
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