* Prices may differ from that shown
The Schwarzkopf Supersoft Repair & Care Conditioner is available for GBP 2.38.
The conditioner comes in a beige-coloured plastic bottle with a brown cap. At the plastic bottle are the product name and additional product information. The plastic bottle contains 250 ml.
The conditioner is described as follows. "Schwarzkopf Supersoft Repair & Care Shampoo strengthens your hair, cares down to the tips and is proven to gives the hair back what it has lost. With time hair loses protein and in turn can become dull and weak. Supersoft with intensive-care-protein regenerates the hair structure by replacing the protein that has been lost making hair more smooth, supple and healthy. The formula with Shea Butter & Coconut Extract repairs and regenerates deep inside the hair. It smoothes and nourishes the hair structure and strengthens the hair by intensively caring down to the tips. The result: Visibly regenerated supple and healthy hair full of shine."
The conditioner has a creamy texture. The conditioner can be applied well and leaves no remains after rinsing. The hair feels soft and stronger after use. The hair feels smooth after blow-drying. The hair is easy to comb and looks cared for and smooth. The conditioner gives shine to the hair and does not weight down.
The conditioner has a fresh scent that reminds of coconut. The scent is noticeable after washing.
I can recommend the Schwarzkopf Supersoft Repair & Care Conditioner, as it cares for the hair and gives shine. The hair feels gentle and soft.
I bought this as I needed conditioner, and this matched the shampoo I was buying at the time. When it comes to conditioner I am not particularly brand loyal and one of the reasons I chose this was that it was on offer at £1. The version I chose was the red berry colour protect one.
This comes in a red bottle with a flip top lid, which it stands on. This makes it very easy to get out of the bottle, and easy to store. This is about normal consistency for a conditioner, thick but not too thick. This conditioner is for coloured hair and comes with a uv filter (handy in a uk winter :) ), and promises to give 3 times more combability (their word not mine).
**Conditioning my hair**
The conditioner rubs into my hair easily and leaves it feeling nourished and soft, even if I only use a small amount. The conditioner is more subtle smelling than the shampoo, and is more of a sweet slightly fruity smell, which I quite like. After use my hair is left feeling soft and I think it is slightly easier to brush once it has dried. Once my hair has dried I can't really detect any lingering scent.
I like this conditioner, and will certainly buy it again. It has lasted quite a while as I didn't use it a lot with the matching shampoo, as the two together were a bit too rich for my hair on a daily basis, but since I have changed my shampoo I have used this quite a bit. I feel that it has really made a difference to keeping my hair soft and in good condition.
I would recommend this if you have dry or coloured hair, as I think it's great for this, especially if you can find it for a £1.
~*~*~ Schwarzkopf Supersoft Yoghurt Coconut Smoothie Conditioner ~*~*~
~ What is it? ~
This is part of the Schwarzkopf Supersoft range and this particular one is the coconut smoothie hair conditioner. It comes in a pale brown/gold bottle with a brown flip top lid.
~ Why I bought it ~
I didn't choose this one myself, I was running low on shampoo and conditioner and as my hubby was off to town I asked him to pick me some up. He bought it in a Pound Stop shop that has products ranging from 50p upwards. The shampoo and conditioner cost him £1 each.
He knows I am a sucker for coconut scented things so thought he was onto a winner with these. I think the real reason behind the purchase is simply they were cheap and big bottles.
~ The conditioner ~
As I had no other products that I could use I tried this out in the shower one evening and I have to say I am not impressed at all.
The shampoo left my hair feeling really rough and dry so of course I hoped the conditioner would soften it back up, I applied a generous dollop of the conditioner and worked it through my hair, left it for a few minutes whist I shaved my legs and then rinsed it off, my hair felt soft when wet so I assumed that all was good, I went to dry my hair and that is where it all went wrong. My hair simply wouldn't dry so I went back up to the shower and rinsed my hair again to ensure that there was no residue left in my hair, after this I went back to the hairdryer and started again, it took an age to dry my hair and whist the scent was quite nice my hair felt lank, rank and greasy ... Not great at all when you have literally just washed your hair.
I had no other choice than to stick my hair up until I could get some more shampoo and conditioner the next day.
Thinking it may have just been a one off I did try again with this conditioner, this time using a different shampoo and the results were exactly the same. It really left my hair disgusting which is not good.
~ Overall ~
Despite the low price for this conditioner I will not be purchasing it again, it is just too heavy for my hair and left it looking worse than when I started.
There's a full bottle of shampoo and conditioner in the bathroom that is going to go to waste as I will not use it. The men of the house find the scent a bit too girly for them so they won't use it either.
Schwarzkopf Supersoft Conditioner - Ultimate shine, Superfruit conditioner
The specific product I am reviewing is the Lychee, and noni berry berry conditioner.
This comes in a deep purple bottle, that stands on it's 'top', which flips open easily to allow the product out. The product itself was purchased to go with a Schwarzkopf shampoo. I have to admit, that the two together didn't work for me, and I only came back to this after running out of other conditioners (and have now finished my second bottle). The consistency of the product is nice and thick, while still being easy to smooth through the ends of my hair. It has a faint purple hue, and was easy to rinse thoroughly out of my hair.
The consistency was lovely and the smell is fantastic - although I have to admit I have never smelt a noni berry (or heard of one to be fair), yet you get the 'berryness' through in the smell, as well as the sweet scent of the lychee. The scent has lingered on my hair well, and after a quick sniff can confirm it is still apparent after a whole day, but this is not overpowering.
When used with the matching shampoo it the two left my hair greasy, and limp looking. However when used with other shampoos it has given me great results (I have yet to try the shampoo again - however I feel this may have been the cause of the limpness). It states it leave your hair three times more comb-able, and it will leave you with 100% mirror like shine - I have to agree to the ease of combing, although I can't see reflections in the shine of my hair. It is left feeling great, and beautifully soft after using the conditioner, but in my eyes the 'mirror-like' shine is more than a bit far fetched...
Overall I love the product, it smells great, and has a wonderful effect on my hair. I would definitely recommend this, and give it a resounding five stars. (I couldn't take one off for the far fetched claim, as most products seem to use these buzz words)...
I recently went shopping at Morrison's rather than my normal shopping place of Tesco's. This is where I came across Schwarzkopf Supersoft Conditioner. There were several flavours available and I opted for the coconut and yogurt flavour.
This conditioner comes in a bog standard plastic container, very much like all other conditioner containers. The packaging is brown with Schwarzkopf Supersoft Conditioner written on the front, along with the flavour of the product. Directions for use and other product information is given on the back.
To be honest, this is the main reason I bought this item. Both the shampoo and conditioner from this range were £1 per bottle, with each bottle being 400ml. I thought this was an absolute bargain so made sure I stocked up on it. I have not bought this product before so I am unsure if this was a special offer price or whether it will be that cheap in other shops.
This product claims to moisturise and restore dry and damaged hair, and in the process, make your hair healthy and more manageable. This conditioner contains yoghurt protein and coconut extracts.
The conditioner itself has quite a thick consistency, much thicker than other conditioners I have used. It is white in colour, quite a bold white which I assume comes from the thick consistency. Because of the thick consistency, you really don't need to use very much. Personally, I use about three quarters of what I would do normally with other conditioners. Smell wise, it smells beautiful, and very strongly of coconut.
Directions For Use
Apply just like any other conditioner, after you have shampooed your hair. Ensure your hair is thoroughly wet and massage the conditioner into the ends of your hair. I have found that it is better only using this product on the ends of my hair as it's so full of moisture that using it on your roots causes an almost greasy affect, especially when couple with the shampoo.
As well as the coconut and yogurt flavour, the following flavours are also available; yoghurt and lime, and yoghurt and red berries.
I thought this product was an absolute bargain at £1 a bottle and the results are also impressive. My hair smells lovely after using this product and it also feels healthy and full of moisture. The one downside is that because this product is rich in moisturiser, it can sometimes leave my hair feeling a bit static and flyaway. Because of this, I have just started to use it on the ends of my hair (where it really benefits from the moisture) and this seems to stop the problem.
This conditioner provides excellent moisture for your hair so would be perfect to take on holiday with you, when your hair really suffers from the constant effects of chlorine and sunshine. It leaves my hair feeling soft and moisturised with a healthy sheen to it.
This review is specifically of the Volume Boost Apple scented version of this shampoo. It comes in a dark green bottle the same shape and style as the ones in the Dooyoo image above.
I bought this conditioner as it was cheap, in a pound shop. Its adequate, and I will be using the rest of the bottle but I don't think I'll be buying it again.
The conditioner has a nice enough texture, its creamy without being slimy or too heavy and it spread through my hair easily. It does take a bit longer to rinse off than most other volume boosting conditioners but as long as you make sure you get it all out it doesn't leave residue or any stickiness in the hair.
Unfortunately, despite its 'volume boost' promise, the biggest problem with this conditioner is that it doesn't remotely do what it says on the tin. This conditioner doesn't have any volumising effect at all as far as I can tell, even when I use it with the matching shampoo and only ise a tiny amount to make sure my hair isn't too soft or weighed down, I may as well be using any bog standard cheap shampoo. If I want big hair after using this, I have to apply another product after washing and conditioning.
Oh, and erm, it doesn't smell anything like apples either!
I've got a lot of shampoos from Lush at the moment, and I'm trying to work my way through them to figure out what is best for my hair. However, in a bid to save money I've been buying cheaper conditioners to use with them. One conditioner I've used several times is the Schwarzkopf Supersoft Yoghurt and Red Berries Smoothie Conditioner.
This conditioner can be purchased from Savers and pound shops for the grand sum of £1 for 300ml. You may be able to get it from the usual Boots and Superdrug too, but I've never looked there, I've always picked up bottles from the other two places I've mentioned. The bottle is eyecatching with a red lid and a pink body. The lid is actually on the bottom, which I like as it means the conditioner goes to the bottom, making it much easier to get out of the bottle.
Information on the bottle states that the product is made with yoghurt protein and extract of red berries. It is designed for coloured hair and purports to prolong colour intensity and add shine.
Using the conditioner is easy: I'm sure you don't need me to tell you how! The flip-top lid (or base) makes it easy to get the product out and close the lid again without getting the conditioner everywhere. The product is reasonably thick and creamy, with the consistency of yoghurt. It is white in colour and has a lovely scent, slightly artificial but still pleasant, which is of yoghurt and berries. Unfortunately the scent doesn't seem to linger on my hair, which is a shame, but it's better than a really overpowering scent I guess. I tend to use an amount the size of a 50p piece for my just below shoulder-length hair, massaging it in after shampooing and rinsing out. This is easy to do and the conditioner doesn't tangle my hair or make it feel oily in the shower.
The conditioner claims to look after your hair in a number of ways which I will discuss below.
To be honest I can't see much evidence that this conditioner is strengthening my hair. In fact a few weeks ago my hair was in really bad condition, caused by constantly colouring and straightening it, although I managed to sort this out to an extent by deciding to wash it only every couple of days as opposed to every day. However it does seem to strengthen my hair more than if I only used shampoo, and helps keep it moisturised and therefore less likely to break. I don't think I've ever used a conditioner that seemed to actually strengthen my hair.
*Improve hair texture*
My hair does look and feel softer, more shiny and in better condition compared to washing my hair without conditioner.
*Make hair silky smooth*
I would agree with this claim as my hair generally feels soft, silky and smooth after using this conditioner. It is much easier to straighten, and even when I don't use straighteners my hair feels smooth to the touch (even though it isn't exactly straight!).
My hair is certainly easy to comb and brush after using this conditioner and it is not tangled at all. When I brush my hair throughout the day the brush glides through pretty easily.
*Condition coloured hair and lock in colour*
Some shampoos and conditioners seem to strip the colour from my hair as I can see it washing out when I'm in the shower. This is not the case with this conditioner though and I don't experience any colour loss. My hair looks and feels very well conditioned after using this product and the colour looks bright and shiny.
The only real negative with using this conditioner is that it seems to make my scalp itch. At first I thought it was my shampoo causing the problem, but after using several different shampoos with this conditioner I realised this wasn't the case. I probably won't be buying this product again for that reason, which is a bit of a shame.
I do recommend this conditioner. It's not the best conditioner I've ever used, but it's the best I've used for the price and it does a very good job. At only £1 it is excellent value and would recommend it for anyone who wants to care for their coloured hair on a budget. Used every day, it lasts around a month although I've been washing my hair less often recently and so it is lasting longer. Though it's not for me because of the itching it induces, it may well be ideal for someone else.
As my hair is very long, thick and coloured it is essential that I use a good quality conditioner, as otherwise it will knot quite badly and subsequently, break. I've tried many different brands of conditioners over the years and wrongly believed that the more I paid the higher quality I would receive. I have a few firm favourites; one of which belongs to Schwarzkopf Supersoft and is named Yoghurt and Berries Smoothie Conditioner and this review discusses my experience with using it.
~~ Appearance of the product ~~
Schwarzkopf have created an eye-catching product with the pale pink sturdy plastic bottle containing 250 ml of conditioner. There is a small image displaying a selection of red berries nestling on a bed of yoghurt, which depicts the contents within the conditioner, which is suited for those with coloured hair. There is minimal text, which I find extremely favourable and the claim is that the product will prolong colour intensity and add shine.
~~ Using the conditioner ~~
When I use this particular conditioner I always use the matching shampoo beforehand to enable me to obtain maximum results. The container sits on an easy to open flip top lid, which clips tightly into place when not in use. The pale pink conditioner offers the consistency identical to that of yoghurt and the aroma is absolutely stunning and far exceeds any other conditioners that I have used. Just as the name suggests it delivers an extremely fresh and natural aroma of berries with the most obvious scent being that of a raspberry. The matching shampoo is identical in fragrance and both products are a delight to use.
I dispense only a 50p size to coat the ends of my hair and whilst there are no directions to do so, I leave for 5 minutes to enable it to works its magic. The conditioner easily washes out without any trace of residue and leaves my hair feeling silky soft and smooth. I am able to brush my hair with great ease without negotiating any knots, which can often be a major issue for me. The texture of my hair greatly improved when I began using this conditioner a couple of years ago as it offers a smooth and shiny appearance thanks to the yoghurt protein. It is always difficult to ascertain whether it helps my colour last longer, but I believe this to be the case although I am currently in the process of growing my colour out. The only downside is that the gorgeous raspberry aroma is barely noticeable, but this slight grumble is far outweighed by the positives that this conditioner has to offer.
~~ Ingredients and other information ~~
There is a lengthy ingredients list, which I do not intend copying into my review, but I would advise that the conditioner contains several fruit extracts. The product should be used within 12 months of opening and the bottle can be recycled once empty.
~~ Price and availability ~~
This is the best part, as in addition to this being one of the best conditioners I have ever used, I am able to make my purchases in Poundland.
I hope you found my review useful and thanks for reading.
I was drawn to this range of Schwarzkopf Supersoft Smoothie hair care products mainly by the delicious sounding ingredients and the fabulous price. All the bottles have nice colourful images of fresh ingredients on them, and the scents sound lovely. I'm always on the lookout for a good bargain, and these seem to be frequently in stock at Poundland shops, where it obviously costs £1.00. I've seen this conditioner in several supermarkets and high street beauty stores as well so it appears to be easily available. My review refers specifically to the Yoghurt & Coconut version, although this dooyoo listing seems to cover the entire range.
Product description: Nutrition for hair. Supersoft's rich and creamy Yoghurt Smoothie Conditioners contain Yoghurt Protein. Supersoft Conditioner strengthens the hair, improving the hair's texture, making it silky smooth and improving combability.
Moisturising & Restoring. With extract of Coconut, Supersoft Smoothie Conditioner conditions dry and damaged hair, making it softer, smoother and more manageable.
The conditioner bottles are nicely designed so that the lid is actually at the bottom of the container. The bottle then sits "upside down" which means all the conditioner stays at the bottom of the bottle and this is much easier to get it out to use. There is a flip top lid on the base which allows you to dispense the conditioner through a small hole. The bottle contains a reasonable 300mls amount.
The conditioner is incredibly thick but flows easily out of the bottle and is easy to spread over the hair. The conditioner itself is an ordinary white colour and looks like you would expect from this type of product. It has a very heavy texture and is a lot thicker than most ordinary conditioners I have used, so I was hoping this would provide more of an intensive conditioning boost.
The conditioner has a gorgeous fresh scent which is rich with the scent of coconuts. It is quite a natural smell, rather than the sweet fake smell that you sometimes get with coconut products. I really love the full-bodied fragrance of this conditioner and it does linger on my hair afterwards which is lovely and keeps my hair feeling fresh.
Recommended directions for use: Massage into wet hair after shampooing. Rinse thoroughly. For best results use with Supersoft Yoghurt & Coconut Smoothie Shampoo.
To use, I normally just apply this to the lengths of my hair, from the nape of my neck down to the tips. This stops it from causing my roots to become greasy quickly, and ensures that my dry ends get the treatment they need without being overly weighed down. The conditioner is very heavy and when I first started using it I left it on for longer than required and it did seem to overload my fine hair and weigh it down. To stop it from going flat so quickly I leave this conditioner in for a maximum of about 2 minutes and then make sure it's fully rinsed out with cold water.
As well as having fine thin hair, I am also prone to breakage, split ends and dryness along with greasy roots...nice mix! I usually need a quite strong conditioner to stop my ends from drying out and going straw-like. It states on the bottle that this conditioner contains Yoghurt Protein and Coconut Extract, and is suitable for dry, damaged hair. I have been using it for around 2 months and am very nearly at the end of the bottle. In this time I have not noticed any huge improvement to repair the condition of my damaged hair, but it is excellent for giving soft smooth hair that is tangle free. My hair feels moisturised afterwards but not heavy or weighed down (now that I've figured out the right amount and time to use!). My hair still has split and broken ends but it feels a lot healthier now overall, and it has a smooth soft feeling which is just what I wanted. It has even given me a bit of extra shine which is lovely as my dyed hair colour had started fading away but it still looks good.
I really like this conditioner and think it works well to give soft and manageable hair. It is an absolute bargain and I would definitely buy this again. I think this range is definitely worth a try and there is something to suit every hair type with other Smoothie blends including Yoghurt & Lime for fine, lifeless hair; Yoghurt & Peach for normal hair; Yoghurt & Aloe Vera for stubborn, frizzy hair; Yoghurt & Red Berries for coloured hair.
Schwarzkopf supersoft bio pomegranate conditioner
I bought this recently with the simple gentle shampoo, from home bargins as it is always cheap in there and I always change my hair care routine and products. I like the supersoft shampoo that I tried so I had good expectations of this product.
*About the product*
It comes in a pretty red/pink coloured bottle, it comes in 300ml containers only, as far as I am aware. It does contain certified organic extracts, of pomegranate and rooibos (Don't ask). It says on the bottle that it is suitable for all hair types and it does not contains any of the following:
*My opinion of the product*
-Appearance, Colour and Scent
The actual conditioner is white, it looks like any conditioner, until you smell it! The scent of this product is gorgeous, I expected it to smell like pomegranate seeds (as that is the main ingredient) but it does not smell like pomegranates to me. It has a more raspberry scent to it and smelling it from the bottle it smells quite strong too. It does not smell like pomegranate seeds at all, it is really sweet (although I think some people - such as my sister would think that it is too sweet) but I really like it.
-Application and Results
The application of this product is really nice, it has a quite thick consistency and it does smooth onto my hair nicely and evenly. I have long hair so I have to use a lot more conditioner and I also have dry hair so it needs more as well, and I have found that this product does spread evenly but I find that I need to more use a bit more than I normally would as it didn't seem to cover all of my hair (from ends to the middle section).
One thing about this product that I don't like is the time it takes me to wash all of the conditioner out of my hair. I have long hair and it takes me about 5 minutes to make sure that all of the conditioner is washed out of my hair, but with this conditioner it took even longer than normal, which is quite time consuming and I have to get it all out other wise my hair will be greasy.
One of the best things about this product for me anyway is the scent, it does smell so good and in the shower it is a bit strong. I found though that the scent does not stay in my hair especially when it is dry, then it has no scent at all, which is a bit disappointing.
I find that this product really does leave my hair really really smooth, my hair after using this product is a lot easier to manage and it is also a bit softer. There is no change in the shine with this product which is a good thing in my opinion as if my hair was shiny it would just look greasy. I also find that it does not really weigh my hair down, it does not leave my hair greasy or oily and it conditions my hair well.
I bought this product along with the simple shampoo from home bargins (aka: the student shop) as it is really cheap in there but they do have normal high street brands. I bought it for £1, which is a really great price and it is a good product. I have seen the supersoft range in other shops such as tesco and also wilkinsons, for a stocklist the schwartzkopf consumer site has information on that.
*Cute bright packaging
*Does not really weigh my hair down or make it greasy
*Nice and easy to apply
*Nice thick texture
*Leaves my hair super super smooth, more manageable and a bit softer
*Easier to style and straighten my hair after using this product
*Some natural ingredients
*Really cheap (home bargins and probably in wilkinsons too)
*Takes a while to wash out completely
*Scent does not stay in my hair (Although this may be a positive for some people)
*Need quite a bit of the product for my hair
for more information: http://www.schwarzkopf-consumer.co.uk/index.php?id=11740
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I have recently swapped from using herbal essences to using Schwarzkopf Gliss Shampoo and Conditioner however when my last conditioner ran out and I popped along to Homebargains to pick up some there was no gliss on the shelves but what there was was Schwarzkopf - Supersoft new range - Straight and Glossy. Well as I had gotten on so well with the gliss I thought it wouldn't hurt to give it ago.
Supersoft cost me 99p for a 300ml bottle of conditioner and it is recommended for dry, frizzy and unmanageable hair I wouldn't say my hair is unmanageable but it is a little frizzy and I do have trouble brushing it through if I do not use conditioner. The conditioner is classed as a nutrition conditioner which contains Nurti oil and pearl extracts.
To use I rub into my hair after shampooing. I tend to rub the most into the ends of my hair and a little into the top else I find that my hair ends up looking greasy stright after washing thats not just with this conditioner though it is with all conditioners. Once rubbed in I leave the conditioner a couple of minutes to make sure it has time to sink into my hair and do its job.
I find with other Schwarzkopf conditioners that tey tend to have a chemical type smell but this one actually smells a bit fruity which made a nice change. After using this conditioner for 2 weeks every other day I have found that my hair does look shinier and aslong as I do not use too much when washing it does look glossy. My hair is also easy to brush through after washing with this conditioner which is another bonus. I will give it 5 stars and I will definatley be using it again.
Last year I came across Schwarzkopf Yoghurt and Coconut smoothie shampoo and conditioner whilst trying to find a cheap shampoo which would still make my hair soft. I think I paid around £1 a bottle in Wilkinsons and fell in love from the first use.
I do not usually like anything coconut scented, however I do not think this shampoo/conditioner smells very strongly of coconut and has a lovely scent. Also, I tend to use a lot of shampoo/conditioner in one use, getting through a bottle every two weeks. This product seems to come out very thick and go a long way, with a bottle lasting me around a month.
I blowdry and straighten my hair every day and it is starting to take its toll on my hair, which is now very dry and looks flat. However, this product makes my hair very soft and gives it a lot of volume. I do not need to use any heat defence products to keep my hair soft when straightening.
Recently, I noticed my hair was starting to get greasy really quickly so decided to stop using conditioner and just shampoo my hair. I was quite worried about this as if I do not condition my hair it is very dry and brittle. However, my hair is is still very soft even using just the shampoo.
I would definately recommend this product to anyone who does not want to spend £4-5 a bottle just to have soft hair. This product is amazing for the price, and at the minute is on offer for 77p in Wilkinsons.
As many of you will know from my previous reviews, I love coconut scented products - especially ones for my hair. This particular conditioner is one of my favourites and I have been using it for about a year and a half now.
You can pick up a 300ml bottle of Schwarzkopf's Supersoft Yoghurt & Coconut Smoothie conditioner for approximately £1-1.50 in most supermarkets and health/beauty stores. Last week I picked up a bottle of this conditioner for only 77p as part of an offer on at Wilkinsons and in my view this is a great price for such a brilliant product.
The conditioner comes packaged in a smooth brown coloured bottle which is rather simplistic in its design. Nonetheless, what's inside the bottle makes up for this product's simple looking exterior.
I find this conditioner to be of a good quality, as it is thick in its consistency - ensuring better nourishment for my hair. I have very long hair and usually use roughly a 50p sized amount of this conditioner each time and this easily provides all over coverage. After I have rinsed all of the product out of my hair it is always left feeling noticeably softer, even before it is dried.
The best thing about this conditioner in my opinion is its gorgeous smell. The sweet scent of coconut is detectable but is not too overpowering. Therefore, I doubt that many would find its smell to be too sickly. In my view, this conditioner smells exactly like coconut milk.
Once my hair is dried it looks very healthy, nourished and has a brilliant shine to it. My hair is also left feeling soft with very few tugs, which believe me is a problem when you have hair my length! Additionally, I can always still smell traces of this conditioner's lovely scent on my hair every now and again which is very nice. For its cheap price, you really cannot go far wrong with this conditioner and I recommend that you pick one up as i'm sure that you will not be disappointed. Overall great value for money in my opinion.
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I wasn't going to write about shampoos, make-up ect for a while and try to concentrate on other items ( mainly 600 dooyoo miles if I'm honest, with Xmas approaching quite fast!!), but after using this conditioner on my hair for about the hundreth time I just had to write about it!.
I discovered this conditioner quite a few months back, when I went out to buy my usual beloved Pantene Shampoo and Conditioner and couldn't find the one I usually use, this was being promoted and the packaging caught my eye as it was totally different to what I was used to using. A rather long slightly oval shaped plastic brown bottle with the flip lid being on the bottom making it different from the shampoo that has it's lid on the top ( at least you can tell the difference in the shower what one you are using first, I have in the past put the conditioner on first by mistake!).
This conditioner is especially for Dry or Damaged Hair and I must say although my hair isn't particularly dry or damaged I always feel that these sort of conditioners always add a bit of goodness to any hair.
When flipping the lid open and you start to squeeze you will see a thick white looking cream, but on looking closer it actually has a bluey tinge to it. You can't help, but notice the strong perfume smell of Coconuts that hits you, It is wonderful and for me to say that is unsual as usually I really don't like the smell of coconut things.
As soon as you put this onto your shampoo'd hair, you will straight away notice the soft silky feel it gives your hair. I then usually use a shower comb and comb it through my hair so that I know that every hair has been covered.
I usually go on to have my shower while I leave this on my hair for about 5 minutes, then I rinse this off followed by a cold shot of water at the end ( This gives your hair a really shiny finish!). It is always best to make sure that you really rinse your hair thoroughly as if you don't your hair will have a greasy look to it when dried.
As soon as I take the towel of and brush my hair the brush just glides through so easily and my hair smells lovely. The smell continues to linger while you dry and straighten your hair. I have had my daughter say to me in the past as I've walked past her " You've used that coconut stuff haven't you!".
Now as I said eariler I'm not a coconut smell lover, but this seems to have a really fresh clean smell to it that is very pleasant. I can't comment on the yoghurt side of this conditioner as there isn't any smell from this, but it is supposed to be a "Yoghurt Protein" whatever that is.
You can buy this 300ml bottle in most chemists and supermarkets, also it can be found in the 99p/£1 shops, but be warned as sometimes it is cheaper to buy in somewhere like Wilko's where it is on B.O.G.O.F and selling for £1.75 making it cheaper than the pound shops.
I would recommend this and the shampoo to anyone and will continue to use this for sometime. I give this 5 Dooyoo Stars.
This conditioner was a random one I bought when it was on sale at Morrisons for £1 per 300ml bottle. Since I only wanted a cheap conditioner and I wasn't too fussed as to which one I bought, I thought there was no harm in giving it a go. My favourite is definitely pantene pro-v, I always feel as if my hair is super soft once I rinse all the shampoo off. However, times are hard and I really needed a decent shampoo so I thought there was no harm in giving it a go.
It comes in a very easy squeeze bottle. Usually I find once I open my shampoo/conditioner, I have to always open the lid, whack the shampoo against my hand several times and then squeeze, and continue doing so until I get the required amount out. I then also find myself bending the shampoo bottle to try and get some out. This may seem like a minor problem, but those ladies and gents that know the pain of trying to get cream out a firm bottle with sympathise with me when I say this is very difficult. However, the ease of it sitting upside down and being an easy-squease bottle reduces the pain of having to get it out the bottle. Which overall gives it one over all the other brands. Especially Tres-seme bottles. Jeez, I know that you're trying to look professional treseme, but we most certainly don't when were trying to wrestle with the bottle!
Also, the hole where the cream comes out is very big in this conditioner, which means you don't have to wait 15 minutes for a tiny line of cream to coil around your hand. I know this may seem like a problem, but having an easy-to-use feature is important in all products, and I don't see this no different.
Now I am not cream friendly and I squirm whenever I have to touch the stuff. So the texture of any cream is important to me. I don't mind runny creams, but thick creams freak me out. However, I was lucky with this that this conditioner has a non-greasy, not to thick consistency that feels great on my hands.
I used this just as I would any ordinary conditioner. My hair is extremely thick, so I usually need to use quite a lot. However, with this all I need a little coverage over my palms to use. That is a hard measurement, but put it this way, I usually need two palm covering with other conditioners so this was a real money saver. There is a picture of the coconut on front, and yes I did expect a coconut smell. However, it had a bland, but nice smell which I wasn't overly-impressed with but I wasn't overly-fussed about it either. After you rinse the water over your hair, your hair becomes quite slimy. Yeah, that sounds weird, but it is great. I love the feeling, that newly-conditioned feel. The shampoo is for dry and damaged hair. I hate to admit this, but I never paid much attention to the condition of my hair afterwards. I definitely noticed my hair was a little less dry (perhaps a bit too greasy) after use, and I hardly had to use any at all.
I don't buy this all the time as my favourite is pantene. However, for £1 I would defiantly buy this again, and I was very impressed.