Sainsbury's Coconut Conditioner Dry Hair Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's hair care products
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Conditioner / Suitable for: dry hair
Newest Review: ... designed and although it is bulky it is easy to get the product out as it has a pump lid which I think is a great idea & ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Coconut Conditioner Dry Hair Reviews (6)
by - written on 20/09/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
I always use a hair conditioner on my hair after I have washed it, as I like my hair in a good condition and I like it too feel tangle free and nice and soft, ready to use my hair styling products on it and to help it keep in a good condition and not feel all dry etc. I actually do not have such a dry hair but I absolutely love any hair products or beauty products that contain Coconut as I absolutely love the smell and this one is one that my mum gave me recently and it is from Sainsburys, my mum was having a clear out with some of her hair conditioners etc and she thought I would like it as she was going to throw it away and thought I could make some use of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I was trying to save a few pennies on the weekly shop when I came to the hair care aisle to get shampoo and conditioner. I would usually buy Herbal Essences or Pantene, both of which are fairly expensive. While scanning the shelves, I noticed a Sainsbury's own range of shampoos and conditioners, which were a fraction of the price of my usual brands. I decided to buy bottles of Sainsbury's coconut shampoo and conditioner. I love coconut, so this fragrance really appealed to me. The fragrance is fairly strong, and smells quite natural, which I really like. This conditioner is designed for dry hair, and as I have quite dry frizzy hair, I was hoping it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
I am a huge fan of coconut 'flavour' shampoo and conditioner. I usually use the Co-op own brand which retails around 70p per bottle. When I saw this selection at Sainsbury's, retailing at 40p for the conditioner (42p for the shampoo as I recall) I thought it was worth a go. It is the exact same size (300ml) and bottle shape, although the listed ingredients are slightly varied. The coconut variety of this series is recommended for dry hair which suits me as my hair is quite thick and boisterous. It does seem to help and make a difference. I find that compared with value varieties of conditioner/no conditioner this is definitely superior, whilst compared to much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/13, updated on 19/05/13 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I bought my bottle of this conditioner about a month ago. I bought it mainly because it was pretty cheap but also because I love the smell of coconut so the fact that it is coconut scented really appealed to me - I had a sneaky sniff of it in while I was in the shop and loved the smell! I paid £1.25 for the 1 litre bottle which is absolutely amazing value and after a month of using it 2-3 times a week I still have well over half a bottle left. The bottle is nicely designed and although it is bulky it is easy to get the product out as it has a pump lid which I think is a great idea & very practical as it means I do not have to try and pick up the bulky ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Ah, another day in student debt, another ridiculously cheap product to try! Actually, I was fairly impressed by this conditioner, chosen because A, I really like anything with a coconut smell and B, let's face it, 40p for conditioner means you can't really go wrong. This product has a definate and rather nice coconut scent that actully stays in your hair once you've dried it, which is a very nice bonus. In terms of product preformance it was pretty good. The gel itself is perhaps a little thin, but as long as you're careful when applying it there's no reason to buy a more expensive brand, this is definate value for money. I've tried ... Read the complete review
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