Product Type: Timotei hair care products
Newest Review: ... because my hair really did feel soft! The packaging. This conditioner is the Timotei softening oat milk and peach variety. It comes in a ... more
Helps to keep hair tangle free and in great condition
Member Name: lak11
Date: 22/02/10, updated on 10/07/12 (117 review reads)
Advantages: Lovely texture and smell as well as doing the job it's meant to do
Disadvantages: My daughter uses too much!
After using Timotei Golden Highlights shampoo I always use the matching conditioner. When out shopping with me, my husband always asks why I have to match the shampoo with the same brand of conditioner but, doesn't everyone do this? If not, then what's the point in choosing a certain ingredient or smell in a shampoo or conditioner?
This conditioner is every bit as good as the shampoo. The smell of camomile and amber is truly delicious and even luxurious.
When applying this does feel thick and creamy, and it's easy to work through the hair. Tiny specks of gold can be seen in this product.
I find the texture to be thick and of a good consistency and a little really does go a long way. I have short hair therefore only need to use a little. My teenage daughter with her long hair obviously uses more than I do and the bottle doesn't last so long once she gets her hands on it. Still, I want her hair to look smooth and shiny. I find that we use one and a half bottles of conditioner to one shampoo. This isn't too much of a problem when I only pay 99 pence or one pound for each bottle. Yes, you've guessed it! I buy this from either a 99 pence store or, if I'm feeling generous, a pound store.
I find that after rinsing the conditioner from my hair the aroma of the conditioner lasts well and my hair, which is usually quite tangly, is easy to comb out.
Whether I use the hair dryer or, as is more usual, let my hair dry naturally, after using this product it feels smooth.
Summary: Feels luxurious. Great product for the money