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I have horrible hair which is greasy at the roots with very dry ends and so I have to be very careful about what sorts of products I use on my hair as I do not want to make the situation worse than it already is. I hadn’t bought anything from the Tresemme range for about a year and then I found that Home Bargains were selling these enormous Vitamin Rich conditioner for only £2.35 and so I bought one to try it as it is recommended for dry hair. I never use conditioner at the roots anyway, so I thought I’d give it a try and to be honest, I am quite pleased that I did.
The bottle is far too large to be able to use comfortably in the shower so I always transfer the contents of these house-sized containers into something a bit smaller and a lot more manageable.
The conditioner itself is so very thick that it took me ages to get it out of its original container and into my small pump dispenser. Once sorted though I used it for the first time and I was really quite impressed by how rich and ultra conditioning this stuff is.
As I say, I did not use it at the roots deliberately and I left it on my hair for about three minutes then rinsed it off. It came off well and left no residue behind. The smell is nothing to write home about – it is fine, but certainly nothing special but the results are really obvious to see once your hair has been washed and dried. My hair looked sleeker and it was a lot less fly away and static than it normally is and it behaved itself superbly all of the following day, too.
It gave my hair a bit of a shine, which I was really pleased about and it made it look more healthy and in better condition. I still have loads left as you only need a bit and I would definitely recommend it for very dry hair.
The bottle is slightly see-through and white and topped with a black lid which is opened by depressing one side, I do find that the lid is really easy to operate. For me, the only downside of the bottle is the size, because I chose the 900ml bottle, it is really quite chunky so it does take up a lot of room in the shower cubicle.
The conditioner is white and really thick, so much that it has a gel like consistency to it. Despite this being quite thick, it is easy to dispense from the bottle, just a gentle squeeze and it comes out. The fragrance is sweet but not too sickly and I would actually say it has a floral hint to it too, the staying power of the fragrance is good, several hours after using I can still smell on my hair.
The bottle states to apply an adequate amount from root to ends, I have hair which is just below my shoulders and I find that I need to use around 2 x 50p sized amounts to ensure that my hair has a good coating (I tend to always use double to amount of conditioner to the amount of shampoo, regardless of the brand).
I started to gently rub into my hair, particularly focusing on mind shaft to the ends and then I used a wide toothed comb to ensure the conditioner was evenly distributed throughout my hair. Unlike a lot of modern conditioners, Tresemme state that this has to be left on for 2 to 3 minutes before its rinsed which I do find a bit of a pain, especially during the week when I always seem to be in a bit of a hurry.
Despite the conditioner being quite thick, I did find that it rinsed quite well and I didn't have to spend ages rinsing my hair, I could tell at this point that my hair did feel quite soft.
When I brushed my hair, I’ll be honest, the conditioning properties weren't that great and I did find that my despite combing the conditioner through, my hair was still quite tangled, especially from the roots to mid length. My hair did feel quite light and not weighed down by the conditioner which I liked. After I had dried my hair and straightened, I would say that my hair did feel soft and did have a nice shine to it; although I wouldn't say that the shine was as good as when I attend the hairdressers like Tresemme boast.
Overall, as a conditioner, this does make my hair quite soft but it doesn't really do what it advertises and for that reason, this only gets 3 out of 5 stars.
This is not the conditioner I typically purchase but it was on offer last time I was in the supermarket so I thought I would give it a go. Typically the 900ml bottle I have retails at £4.99 which is still a great price as it lasts so long.
The conditioner itself mainly sells itself on it's moisturising quality. I would definitely agree that moisturisation is the main effect of the conditioner but it isn't an overwhelming effect. I found it to have a nice softening effect on my hair but my hair isn't particularly dry normally. I would imagine someone with really dry hair would probably need a product with a stronger effect.
The lid is a little inconvenient as it is pop-up with only a small hole for the conditioner to be squeezed from. The product inside however feels good quality. It has quite a silky texture and glides easily on to the hair. Like most conditioners I dont use very much product as I find it makes my hair greasy. Typically I follow the instructions on the bottle by masssging the product in to the hair, leaving it in the hair for around 2 minutes and then washing it out thoroughly.
I also really like the smell of this product. I like conditioners to have a noticeable pleasant smell without overwhelming and this conditioner ticks all my boxes in the fragrance area.
I would definitely recommend this product for people looking to make their hair a little softer for an affordable price.
I have tried and liked many of the products in the Tresemme range and I have often thought them to be of a good quality. They can be a little expensive however so I snapped up my the Vitamin E Moisture Rich Conditioner when I found it on offer in the supermarket.
What does the product do?
The product promises to condition the hair by restoring its moisture levels and strengthening the strands. It claims that it will dramatically improve the appearance of dry and damaged hair by nourishing and protect the with Vitamin E as well as natural extracts of Sunflower, Hazelnut and Almond Oil.
Packaging and Price
The product comes in a cloudy white plastic bottle which has a black lid that you push down on in order to open and close the product. The bottle is plain other than some white patterning and the blue band giving the product name. Some extra information is given on the back of the bottle. The product will cost you around £3.50 for a 500ml bottle although smaller bottles are available and these cost less. The product can be bought from larger supermarkets, stores such as Boots and Superdrug, and a range of online websites.
Application and Performance
The product has the usual aroma that you would expect from Tresemme products. It is almost fruity and very refreshing. It isn't very strong or overpowering so it shouldn't put anyone off using the product but it does have a pleasant and evident aroma. It doesn't have a particularly rich consistency and it is white in colour.
The conditioner glides onto the hair when applying the product. A little goes a long way and although the product isn't rich, you won't need to use much in order to get the desired results. The aroma is faintly evident as you massage it into the hair. The formula is gentle and it hasn't caused me any irritations or discomfort. The conditioner feels quite hydrating on the hair. It is easily rinsed out when the time is up.
Once the product has been removed and my hair is dry, I can see that my hair is in an improved condition and there is less frizziness which is a blessing as my hair can resemble a nest. It is manageable and easy to brush through without any tangling. It feels soft and my hair has a bit of a shine to it. The aroma doesn't really linger on the hair once it has been dried. It doesn't weigh down the hair or make it look flat or greasy. It allows me to go the usual 48 hours without washing my hair.
All in all, this is a good conditioner. It won't know your socks off or transform your hair but it will improve its condition a little bit. It leaves my hair more manageable, soft and looking healthy. I would repurchase this again if I saw it on offer but it isn't special enough for me to go out of my way to hunt it down.
I have medium-long curly hair which easily gets tangled and needs conditioning to make it manageable. I tend to wash it most days, just quickly, as washing keeps the curls in place, otherwise on a second day after washing my hair starts to become rather frizzy.
I need a good conditioner which releases the tangles from my hair in the shower so that immediately after I have put the conditioner on, left it for 30 seconds or so and then rinsed it off the tangles wash away with the rinsed water. After conditioning I like to be able to easily run my fingers through my hair and Tresemme Pro Vitamin E Moisture Rich provides all this for me.
I have been using Tresemme on and off for years - it's one of about 5 brands I buy, depending on what's in the shop and what's on offer and I look out for either this Vitamin E version of Tresemme or the B5 Tresemme with aloe Vera, they both seem to work the same. My mother first recommended it to me and it was her hairdresser who recommended it to her, it was also the brand that the salon was using. I believe Tresemme was originally more of a "salon" brand and has, over time come into the mainstream hair product market.
This conditioner smells to me very much like "salon" conditioner, in fact it reminds me of going to the hairdressers when I use it. It's a sort of strong floral smell, which is quite pleasant and anyway I can hardly smell it on my hair when it's dried. I like that the conditioner is very thick as when I squeeze it out of the flip nozzle it stays in the palm of my hand rather than escaping through my fingers. It is also easy to apply - I rub both my hands together and then apply it to my hair, mainly the ends as I don't like to get too much conditioner in the roots as conditioner tends to make my roots go greasy quicker. The conditioner is white in colour and I use a blob about the size of a £2 coin every time I wash my hair.
The Tresemme brand bottles are all quite simple in design, either black or white in colour, black for shampoo and white for conditioner. There is hardly any unnecessary ornamentation on the bottle, just the brand name, what it is, what it does and the ingredients and directions on the back. Actually the directions on the back say to leave the conditioner on the hair for 2-3 minutes and then comb through, but I really don't have time for this and the 30 seconds or so I leave it in my hair seems to do the job for me! The bottles are a very strong plastic and keep their shape nicely.
I usually get my Tresemme from Waitrose, but can get it in most of the main supermarkets or chemists. It costs around £3.50 so at first it seems a little more expensive, however the bottle is huge, it's 500ml and lasts me months so it works out to be very good value. Tresemme is often on offer so I usually get it for less.
Tresemme is one of my favourite conditioner brands as it leaves my hair tangle free, soft and very manageable. It gets the full 5 stars from me!
Although I'm not always brand loyal, I've used the Tresemme range of shampoos and conditioners for several years now. Amongst my favourite Tresemme products is this 'Moisture Rich' conditioner, containing Vitamin E. This conditioner is designed for hair that is dry or damaged and promises to restore moisture and shine, whilst still being light enough for everyday use if necessary. This conditioner is very widely available from most supermarkets and chemists and is sold in 900ml or 500ml bottles which stand out on the shelves due to their simple but chunky design.
I tend to wash my hair every two or three days, as I have long, curly hair that has a tendency to become dry and frizzy so I avoid washing it too frequently. In all honesty, as a working mother with three kids, I struggle to find the time to wash (and dry) it more frequently than that anyway. I'm not completely loyal to one particular brand or product but this conditioner is the one that I've been using for several weeks now and one that I have purchased and used on a regular basis.
I find the consistency of this conditioner to be very well suited to my long, thick hair. The creamy white conditioner is thick enough to coat my hair easily without escaping through my fingers. I find it easy to work through the entire lengths of my hair. The bottle recommends leaving this in the work for around two or three minutes before rinsing out. I do generally do this, leaving the conditioner to work its magic whilst I have a pleasant soak although sometimes the kids have other ideas!
Due to the thick consistency of this conditioner, it can prove quite difficult to rinse out easily and I do find that it takes a lot longer to rinse this out thoroughly, which isn't always ideal when I'm pressed for time. I have found that if I haven't quite rinsed this out properly, it does leave my hair feeling a little greasy and uncomfortable by the following day. I certainly don't feel any residue or greasiness if I've rinsed this thoroughly, however.
The scent of the conditioner is in keeping with other products from the range, so I do find that the products complement each other and work best when used in conjunction with the matching shampoo. I do tend to use the matching shampoo from the same range but have used different brands and found the results to be similar. I do find that the scent of this conditioner is quite strong and distinctive and can overpower other more subtle fragrances, even though this is a fairly nondescript 'hair product' kind of smell. I do like the scent personally, associating it with clean, freshly washed hair.
After use, I find that this conditioner leaves my hair feeling soft and relatively easy to brush through once styled and dried. I have to admit that it doesn't work miracles - my hair is fairly damaged and I have a mass of split ends, which isn't surprising as I haven't been to the hairdresser for several months. This doesn't make my hair feel as though I've just walked out of the salon but it does leave if feeling comfortable and makes it slightly more manageable. I find that I need to use this in conjunction with other products, particularly serum after washing to tackle the frizz that is the bane of my life. I do find that to be true of most shampoos and conditioners that I've used, however, and still feel satisfied that this Moisture Rich variety adds enough moisture to make a noticeable difference to the feel of my hair, although I wouldn't be prepared to pay a premium to use this particular product.
One of the attractions of this product and the brand in general is that it is frequently on promotion, meaning that I'm able to stock up on quite a few at a time. Each bottle lasts me several months, even though I tend to use quite a lot of conditioner to coat my long thick hair, as the bottles are so generous! The full RRP for the larger bottles is around £4.69, but it is often part of a multi-buy promotion, occasionally even on a Buy One Get One Free offer, making this excellent value for money.
The main drawback is the design of the bottles for practical use. They are cumbersome to hold and use, particularly the large 900ml version which I tend to buy. The sheer size of the bottle means that it can be surprisingly heavy and slippery, especially for the first few uses and I think it would benefit from having some indents around the middle to make it easier to hold. I do like the robust flip up lid, which dispenses the conditioner easily and evenly. It is also a little tricky to open which is actually a blessing for me as it prevents my toddler from being able to open the bottle and pour half of the contents away.
In all, this isn't an amazing miracle product which turns my dry, neglected curls into smooth, silken tresses but it is a reliable product that does make my hair feel better, softer and easier to style. Given its value for money, it is a product that I shall continue to use and am happy to recommend.
Moisture Rich Conditioner
This conditioner is made by Tresemme, a company who sell hair care and styling products that are salon quality at an affordable price. They have a huge range of products and I am a big fan of this brand. This particular conditioner is my latest Tresemme purchase. It is described by Tresemme as being light enough for daily use and they claim that it won't weigh hair down. This is suited to people who have dry or damaged hair and the conditioner provides hydration, shine and smoothness. Apparently the condioner works by targetting the driest areas of the hair and locks in moisture where it is most needed.
Tresemme claim that the product restores vibrancy and it is stated on the bottle that the conditioner is enriched with Vitamin E. This is a great ingredient to have in a hair care product as vitamin E has many benefits for the hair. It is beneficial for people who are trying to grow their hair as it encourages hair growth. It also helps increase the strength of each strand of hair and it also improves and retains shine. The conditioner has lots of other ingredients too which are all quite chemical sounding, although it does contain natural extracts of sunflower, hazelnut and almond. The conditioner is perfumed and I would definitely say that this is a unisex conditioner as the smell isn't too girly, nor is the packaging.
Price and Availability
This conditioner is easily available as a huge range of shops stock and sell it. It can be purchased from shops such as Boots and Superdrug and even pharmacies sell it. A majority of supermarkets such as Sainsbury's, ASDA, Tesco etc sell it too and it is easily available online from sites such as Amazon.
Price wise, this is really good value and very affordable. It ranges from around four to six pounds (excluding potential delivery charges) for a 900ml bottle depending on where you purchase it from. I managed to get my 900ml bottle for an absolute bargain price of £2.34 from Tesco's as it is currently on offer at half price. I feel that this is very good value and I woud happily pay the full price of £4.69 as this is such a good quality conditioner.
This conditioner comes in a large cylindar shaped bottle which contains a generous 900ml of product. A smaller version - 500ml - is also available. The bottle is made of a sturdy, smooth to the touch plastic and it is easy to grip due to the shape of the bottle. The bottle has a simple flip lid which is easy to use. The packaging is minimalistic and unisex with a white, black and blue colour scheme.
The front of the bottle simply has the brand and product name, along with three factors of the product which basically briefly tells the consumer what the product does. It is also stated on the bottle that the product contains vitamin E and provides 'luxurious moisture'. The back of the bottle tells us a bit about the company and also has a brief product description. A four-step 'how to use' guide is included as well as the ingredients and the company contact details.
Smell, Texture and Physical Appearence
This conditioner has a very pleasant smell. It smells very 'perfumey' with a subtle sweet, floral kind of scent. Although it does sound like a rather girlie smell, I do think personally that the conditioner has a reasonably unisex scent, although this will obviously depend on individual opinions. The appearence of the conditioner isn't very exciting, and like most conditoner's it's a simple creamy white colour.
The texture of the conditioner isn't very thick when compared to the brand that I was using previosly, which I found quite suprising considering this brand is a more expensive and salon quality brand, but I have actually found the thinner, more lightweight texture of this works better as it spreads more evenly onto my hair and doesn't feel too heavy. The texture isn't runny at all and a small blob of it goes a long way.
I am a huge fan of Tresseme products so when I saw that this conditioner was on offer at half price in my local Tesco, I decided to pick a couple of the 900ml bottles up. This particular conditioner appealed to me as I have very long and thick hair which needs straightening every day in order for it to be manageable. As I straighten it so much, my hair does have slight heat damage and as a result it is quite dry. This conditioner seemed perfect for me as it is suited to dry and damaged hair and the fact that it is enriched with Vitamin E also appealed to me as I am aware of the benefits of this ingredient.
The conditioner bottle initially seemed really stylish and well designed, however it is worth noting that in order to get the product out, it is nescarry to tip the bottle upside down and squeeze. I am no weakling, but I find this a bit of a task as a full 900ml bottle does weigh quite a bit so for older people or people who don't have much strength this will be a bit of a disadvantage. I feel a pump mechanism would benefit the bottle's design but as I am able to lift the full bottle without any issues the current design is not too much of a disadvantage to me.
I was a little suprised at first at how thin in texture the product is. I was expecting the texture to be thick and creamy, where as it is actually very thin with not much resistance to it. It is not runny though and it spreads over the hair nicely and a little goes a long way. I have very thick and long hair so I do normally use around two or three large blobs of conditioner and I usually just rub it into the hair. With this though, it has instructions on the best way to apply it which is listed in four steps on the stylist suggests section on the back of the bottle.
By following the easy to follow instructions, I simply spread a 50 pence sized blob of the product through my damp hair from mid length to the ends. I then brush my hair through with a wide tooth comb or my fingers from roots to ends and leave it on for the reccomended 3 minutes. I then wash it out and dry my hair off - a very simple process and I can see the difference already from applying it this way compared to the way that I used to use conditioner (I used to just rub it in and then wash it out after a minute or so).
The conditioner makes my hair feel soft as soon as I apply it and the smell is refreshing and pleasant. The condioner, like all conditioners does not lather and it rinses out of my hair easily. It leaves my hair clean and smelling nice and fresh and it definitely makes it feel softer and in better condition. I also feel that once I've dried and straightened my hair after using this, my hair feels softer and more lightweight and 'bouncy'. My hair looks healthier too after around two weeks of using this for up to four times a week and I have had compliments on how shiny my hair looks. My hair does look in better condition and it feels much smoother & softer.
Highly reccomended! Brilliant value for money and very good quality. Highly effective conditioner, 5/5.
As I have said in my previous review, I always opt for Tresmme shampoos and conditioners because it's different to other hair products on the markets. Because I have very long hair, Tresemme accommodates my needs by packaging their shampoos and conditioners in 900ml bottles. This means I don't have to buy bottles of conditioner as often as smaller bottles of things like Herbal Essences and Pantene because Tresemme last a long while.
I bought this conditioner as it was buy one get one free in Sainsbury's. I usually buy Tresemme when they do these offers because it is too expensive to buy otherwise. I settled on this along with a Tresemme Deep Cleansing Shampoo. I decided on the Tresemme Vitamin E Moisture Rich Conditioner because I wanted softer hair. It said it is for day and damaged hair but despite having normal hair, I felt there was no harm in using it.
The smell of this conditioner is really nice though does not have a particular smell. Unlike other brands of conditioner, this brand does not smell of either flowers or fruit. It just had a pleasant hair product smell. My boyfriend likes the smell of this in my hair so do not worry that it may not be appealing to the opposite sex.
For conditioner, I need to use half as much more of it than I do of the shampoo for it to fully cover my hair from root to tip. This bottle of Tresemme was quick to cover all my hair and I left it in for 5 minutes for maximum nourishment. I had no problems rinsing it all out unlike some other brands of conditioners which feel like they have stuck to your hair to cause you problems for a few days. Instead, when my hair dried it was a dream to brush and was soft to touch too.
Would I recommend this to people? Yes, most definitely. This conditioner is wonderful if following the instructions on the bottle. I really felt that it lived up to it's claims on the bottle which was soft, moisturised hair. This definitely serves it's purpose.
Tresemme E Moisture Rich Conditioner
The first time I tried this Tresemme E moisture rich conditioner was actually by a happy accident. I had meant to pick up another Tresemme conditioner and I was just not paying enough attention (all the white bottles do look similar) so I ended up home with this one. Initially I was a bit disappointed and it ended up sitting in the bathroom cupboard unused until I had run out of all the other available options. Tresemme is a brand that I continually go back to for nice shampoos and conditioners that just make a great everyday product for a very reasonable price. Tresemme say that they are a salon quality range and although I don't quite agree with this assessment I still think that they deliver fantastic products for the much lower than salon price tags.
This particular conditioner is aimed at dry and damaged hair that needs that bit of extra special treatment, which doesn't really describe my hair at all. I have been quite lucky with my hair and it has always been in pretty good condition and isn't dry damaged nor greasy, it is somewhere happily in the middle and most of the time I choose products suited for 'normal' hair. I was worried about using this conditioner because it might be too rich for my hair, believing that it might leave it feeling heavy and greasy. However, I have never found that to happen, but I only use this conditioner a few times a week instead of everyday.
Tresemme describe this moisture rich conditioner as "enriched with natural extracts of sunflower, hazelnut, almond, and rich in Vitamin E". This has quite a mild perfumed fragrance which is nice but not really that strong, to smell this properly I need to put my nose right up to it. I don't really pick up anything of sunflower, hazelnut or almond. When my hair is dried this doesn't leave much of a fragrance on my hair and when I use this conditioner with a more rich smelling shampoo it is still predominantly the shampoo that I can smell. This morning I used the soap and glory glad hair day shampoo, which smells amazing followed by this conditioner and it is the clearly the soap and glory shampoo that I can still smell.
When I apply this conditioner I apply it mostly on the ends but with a small covering everywhere else and I usually leave it on for a few moments before rinsing it off. It is white in appearance and is easy to apply being quite thick rather than too runny, I tend to use a big dollop of it but you won't need much if you have shorter hair. When I rinse my hair out I instantly notice that any small knots or tangles just fall away in my fingers and when I brush my hair before drying there isn't a knot or tangle to be found. I never feel like I am tugging my hair or damaging it while wet when using this conditioner which is not always the case with other conditioners I have tried in the past. When my hair is dried it has a healthy shine about it and it feels soft and smooth but still manageable. This conditioner doesn't leave my hair feeling weighted down or greasy which being a product for dry and damaged hair I was initially concerned about.
I tend to buy the larger 900 ml bottles of shampoo and conditioner from Tresemme finding them better value for money. The last few times I have bought Tresemme products I have been lucky enough to get this on a three for ten pound special offer, making it fantastic value for money, otherwise you can typically buy this for £4.39.
Personally I think that this deserves a four out of five star rating. This is a conditioner that I will be buying again as it does leave my hair feeling smooth and looking shiny and healthy without adding any heaviness or any sign of a greasy look. I would also happily recommend this shampoo to other people.
I use Tresemme Vitamin E Moisture Rich Conditioner alongside the Tresemme Vitamin E Moisture Rich Shampoo and I think it's a fantastic product!
Tresemme is a brand designed for those that use lots of styling items and products on their hair and the company claims that it rehydrates your hair and removed artificial products from it.
This shampoo comes in 100ml, 500ml and 900ml bottles and you can buy it in all the major supermarkets. I usually buy the 900ml bottles from Asda within their three for £10.00 offer. I like buying this conditioner in bulk because I find that I get the best value this way and also, a 900ml bottle of conditioners lasts me a while - usually up to two months.
The bottle itself is white and it has a little blue panel on it which says 'Vitamin E Moisture Rich.' The bottle is made of soft plastic and it has a flip lid on the top which you press to open and close. However the smaller 100ml travel bottles don't have this feature - they come with a screw on lid.
Tresemme Vitamin E Moisture Rich Conditioner has a light scent, which has hints of almond and hazelnut - the smell is very similar to the accompanying shampoo and the scent will last in your hair for around 24 hours.
I apply a fifty pence sized dollop onto my hair after I've rinsed my Tresemme shampoo out and I leave the conditioner for around 30 seconds - this is not as long as the recommended amount of time - really you should leave it for a few minutes - but I'm inpatient and I'm also happy with the results after just a few seconds.
When you get out of the shower you'll find that your hair is very easy to comb and style, plus it doesn't feel like there's a layer of product on your hair (like it does when I use other conditioners). Also, I have quite greasy hair and conditioners often leave my hair feeling a little greasy after use - but this product doesn't - my hair is left soft and manageable.
I am very pleased with this conditioner and I truly rate it. I have a habit of using old conditioners that are no good for my hair as a shaving creams - but I only use Tresemme Vitamin E Moisture Rich Conditioner on my head - because it does the job well!
I've been using this conditioner for about 2 years now and have found it gives great results.
The bottle is a slightly trasparant white colour with blue and black writing. The lid has a press-open top to allow you to dispense the product as needed. It looks like the kind of product which you would find in a hair salon - the bottle claims that it is "used by professionals"
Although you can buy smaller sizes, I always get the huge 900ml bottle, which is about 10 inches tall and 4 inches wide. It lasts for ages, even though I have really long hair and have to use a big dollop for each application.
The conditioner itself is white, thick and creamy and has a very subtle pleasant smell - slightly sweet and flowery. To help strengthen dry and damaged hair it is enriched with Vitamin E and has extracts of sunflower, hazlenut and almond
The bottle recommends that you apply to wet hair and leave for 2 - 3 minutes, before rinsing thoroughly. I usually leave it on for about 5 minutes as my hair is so dry (I'm guilty of being a straightening addict!)
Once rinsed out I find it leaves my hair silky soft and reasonably tangle-free. I used to regularly use intensive conditioning masks, but since using this product, I've not felt the need as it keeps my hair in such good condition.
The only thing I don't like about this product is that the dispenser can sometimes get clogged up and needs rinsing out with water to clear it out properly, but for such a great conditioner it's a problem I can live with.
This conditioner usually costs aroud £5 a bottle, however you can often find it on BOGOF in the major supermarkets, which is a great time to stock up.
A lovely conditioner for dry and damaged hair, that doesn't break the bank.
I love this shampoo it is one of the best Tresemme Conditioner out there. I have used other Tresemme Conditioner but this is the best one. I think it is very good if you have dry hair. I do dye my hair a lot which makes it got very straw like but if I use this it dont happen.
When i dye my hair I will allways use this for about 1 week so that it dont feel dry.
There is a lot of Tresemme Conditioner out there and I would say this is the best one I have used. The only one I dont really like is the Tresemme blonde shampoo and conditioners.
You can buy Tresemme shampoo and conditioners from most supermarkets. You can buy 900mls for about £3.99. You can also buy the smaller ones for about £2.99.
Most of the time they are on offer like buy one get one free or 2 for £5.00. I think the best time to get them is when they are buy one get one free.
It is in a white bottle with blue writing on it. It also has a open tilt top. Tresemme Vitamin E Moisture Rich Conditioner strengthen hair and prevent it from damage.
When I shampoo my hair it lathers up nicely and had a lovely fresh smell to it. After I have shampoo and Conditioner my hair it feels much stonger. I would recommend this Conditioner to any one who has dry hair and wants a bit more Moisture. It is one of the best ones out there.
The Conditioner is very easy to rinse out and my hair felt silky and soft. My hair was really easy to brash and I did not have a lot of knots in it.
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Following on from my previous review on Tresemme vitamin E moisture Rich Shampoo, I have also recently purchased Tresemme vitamin E moisture Rich Conditioner. I was very reluctant to purchase items from the Tresemme brand as I felt that they where hyped up and there statements Salon professional results where only to lure in potential customers; how ever I have been using Tresemme for a couple of weeks and I am very impressed with the results so far. I have been Using Tresemme Vitamin E moisture rich Conditioner in conjunction with Tresemme Vitamin E moisture rich Shampoo. In this review I will focus on the Tresemme Vitamin E moisture rich Conditioner.
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The Tresemme Conditioners come in a traditional White bottle with a lid that has flip switch allowing you to press one side down and the product to come out the other side in small measurements.
The packaging of the Conditioner is similar to the Shampoo but they keep the theme of changing the bottle colour to white so each type of conditioner comes in the same white packaging and the different types of conditioner are identified by different colours on the bottles Tresemme Vitamin E moisture Rich has a striking blue colour which identifies that the Conditioner is good for people with dry and damaged hair.
Tresemme 900ml shampoos and conditioners are currently on offer at Asda, you can purchase 2 bottles for £5, selecting from a wide range of Tresemme Shampoos and conditioners. This is a great deal as Tresemme normally retails at around £3.40 per bottle. Personally I would not purchase it at this price however the deal is great and the bottles are a great size and I expect the product to last me a very long time.
The Tresemme Conditioner as expected comes out in a white substance and has a lovely smell which is neither overpowering nor non existent. The Bottle is quite large but you do not need to worry about too much product coming out as the well designed opening does allow the substance to flow to fast. The conditioner is not runny and is of a good thick consistency it soaks into your hair well and you do not need to use a lot of the product.
I use this product along with the Tresemme Shampoo and the appearance and texture of my hair afterwards is lovely. I previously had very dry hair that looked completely lifeless and flat, using this Conditioner has helped me see an improvement in my hair. No longer is my hair knotty and difficult to brush the conditioner fills my hair with moisture making it easier than normal to brush my hair.
I tend to wash my hair everyday and use conditioner nearly every time also as I think it helps keeping my hair healthy and strong. Using this conditioner I can either brush it through my hair with a comb while in the shower easily or simply run my fingers through it. Either way when I wash it off and brush and dry my hair the results are very good. In the past I have purchased cheap conditioners and none have given the same results so maybe in some cases it is better to pay more to get healthier looking hair. However this Conditioner and Shampoo is on offer and a great one at that so am thinking of stocking up for the future. Great Conditioner, however I have only used it after using the Tresemme Shampoo. I would defiantly recommend this to people who have dry damaged hair.
I have used TRESemme moisture rich conditioner for years. I have fairly thick long hair and other conditioners have not worked well in the past. This comes in a large 500mL bottle and seems to last me ages.
I've got an Uncle who runs a hairdressing shop and they use TRESemme, so it was recommended by him.
The conditioner is thick and white, which sometimes causes it to get stuck in the small opening in the lid, just needs cleaning regularly. The lid is a press open and shut type.
How to use: Apply evenly throughout the hair, concentrating on the ends and leave on for 2-3 minutes, then rinse through. After washing my hair feels softer and is a lot easier to brush and manage. The conditioner is easy to spread in the hair and because of the thick consistency stays in the same place for a while.
The bottle is about £3-£4 in shops, I normally look out to get them on a special offer.
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I would recommend this conditioner to anyone. It has made a real difference to my hair and I have noticed if I have changed brands my hair is not as soft and not as manageable.
Tesemme Moisture Rich Conditioner
As I stopped working after having my son, I thought that I would start using a conditioner that wasn't as expensive as those only available in from the hairdresser. Due to the adverts claiming that the product was of salon quality, I thought that I would give it a go.
The conditioner comes in the traditional large round 500ml bottle, which, in the case of the conditioner, is white with a black lid. The moisture rich version has blue on the otherwise plain label. For a bottle of the conditioner, it will set you back £3.10, which I think is really good for such a big bottle of the stuff.
The conditioner itself has several additions which help to moisturise your hair. These things are
* Vitamin E
* Almond extracts
After using the conditioner, my hair does feel soft and less dry and brittle in general, so the above products must do some sort of good.
In general I would say that the product mentioned is good, as it does make my hair softer, shinier and improves the overall condition. When it comes to brushing my hair after my shower, it is always tangle free and easy to manage. I also like the fact that you get so much for a really good price-great value for money. One bottle has lasted since the end of November last year, and I still have half a bottle left. I have shortish hair, but as you don't need to use a lot it will last a good while.
The thing that I don't like is the fact that it often leaves a residue in my hair, even though I only use a tiny bit. As there is sometimes residue left it my hair, it makes my hair heavy and often lank which really does put me off using it (my hair can often be on the greasy side anyway, which does not help the cause!). As it does leave a residue on my hair if I use it every day, I tend to use it twice a week at the most.