Superdrug Raspberry & Macadamia Conditioner Reviews
Product Type: Superdrug hair care products
Description:Brand: Superdrug / Type: Conditioner
Newest Review: ... the conditioner retails at 99p but I got it as part of a 3 for £2 deal. I bought 2 bottles of the shampoo and one of the ... more
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Superdrug Extracts Conditioner Raspberry&Macadamia 400ml
Last Update 10.12.2013 06:14
Customer Superdrug Raspberry & Macadamia Conditioner Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/06/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I tend to buy branded shampoo and conditioner simply because it is something that you dont often need to buy really and it can so often be found on special offer you can usually get yourself a good deal. However, I noticed a few weeks ago that I was running low on shampoo so when in Superdrug I decided to pick some up. They didnt have many offers so in the end I opted for their own brand. Usually the conditioner retails at 99p but I got it as part of a 3 for £2 deal. I bought 2 bottles of the shampoo and one of the conditioner. To use the conditioner you simply apply to wet hair after shampooing and leave on the ends for anything up to 5 minutes. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/12 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I recently stayed at a friends house for four days for a work assignment and managed to travel without any of my normal shampoo and conditioner and so found myself using this particular product from Superdrug, after the first days use I was so happy with the results I decided not to go out and buy a more expensive brand as the results were pretty good. She had both the shampoo and the conditioner in this variety so I got te complete experience. I have no idea how much it costs however being from Superdrug it would not be much. The conditioner comes in a 250ml bottle with a clear body and a pump action from which the conditioner is dispensed, as it is clear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/12 (Very useful, 103 readings)
**Introduction and reason for purchase** I do love my 'premium' beauty products for pampering - who doesn't - and as regular readers of my reviews will be aware I love the french beauty company Yves Rocher. I like to order from them when I can, which is realistically every 4 months on average but the rest of the time I use a vast array of other branded products and in particular I'm a fan of Superdrug's own brand. A few weeks ago whilst I was shopping in my local store, which is conveniently just a 7 minute walk from my home, I spotted their own branded shampoos and conditioners at £1.49 each or any 2 for £2 which I deemed to be a complete bargain. I bought a ... Read the complete review
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