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Yes to carrots hair conditioner
I bought this when I bought the shampoo to "match" and simply because I was on the look out for something different because my hair was feeling quite neglected.
WHY USE IT?
The conditioner promises that you can feel glamorous everyday, and it is apparently ideal for smoothing and taming even the most wayward hair. The conditioner combines Dead Sea mud, organic carrot, organic pumpkin, organic sweet potato, organic melon and organic orange, to nourish condition and soften hair. The ingredients contain a lot more than I originally though; I thought that there would be a lot more carrots! Hopefully, as promised, this will leave me with tangle free hair with a healthy scalp as mine has been a bit dry recently.
PRODUCT AND PACKAGING...
The conditioner comes in a large 500ml plastic bottle with a flip up/flip down to close lid and all of the information and directions for use on the back and front labels on the bottle.
When I look at the conditioner it looks a very pale orange colour which is in keeping with the carrots title.
When I dispense the product by giving the bottle a little squeeze, it is quite tricky to get out of the small hole since it quite a thick conditioner. I suppose this is to be expected since it is a mud conditioner. The conditioner is a very very pale orange colour, so pale it looks a kind of orangey cream. It also seems to have a slight shimmer to it and has a very faint fruity smell which I can't identify but is definitely fruity.
USING THE CONDITIONER...
After shampooing, apply conditioner generously to hair and scalp and eave for 2-3 minutes. The conditioner does lather into a very creamy consistency and feels almost like a hair masque rather than a normal conditioner. Rinse thoroughly and comb through while wet. It is suggested that for best results it should be used after the Pampering Shampoo.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY...
I bought mine online from amazon for £7.99. It is available from other sites and is worth looking around for postage and packing charges.
Although the conditioner is not the cheapest I have ever bought, the bottle is big and because its very thick and massages easily, a little does go a long way. It does make a good lather but surprisingly rinses out easily and without a lot of fuss.
It does leave my hair feeling soft and well conditioned but when I dry it, it's not so soft and fly away that it's unmanageable.
I would recommend this to anyone wanting a conditioner which will leave hair soft and healthy looking.
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