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Tesco Mild & Nourishing Shampoo & Conditioner

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Brand: Tesco / in 1 Shampoo / Type: Hair Shampoo / Subcategory: Conditioner / Further Category: 2 in 1 Shampoo / What it does: Nourishes

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      14.08.2000 00:55
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      Tesco Mild & nourishing shampoo & conditioner – Honey and vitamin E - It’s Frequent Use for all the family - It’s for dry/ damaged hair - It’s 99p each for a whopping 400ml bottle! Lasts ages – very good for dry hair. The smell is incredible. The shampoo actually looks like runny honey when you pour it out, and the conditioner is not too thick, and smells a bit like Alberto Balsam or Wella conditioner. I bought some Elvive CR at around the same time, and this stuff is much better, and much cheaper. For own-brand supermarket products, both the shampoo and conditioner are excellent. The honey makes your hair smell of honey for days afterwards, and the vitamin E really does moisturise dry hair (well it works really well on mine anyway). It’s frequent use, so you can wash your hair as often as you want, and you still get the same effect, and it’s specifically for dry/ damaged hair – and is very effective. It’s very mild, and although you shouldn’t, if you get it in your eyes, it’s not as painful as most other shampoos – so kids can use it too. At 99p for a big 400ml bottle you can’t really lose out. Just take one whiff of the shampoo and you’ll want to spread it on your toast.

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