Sunday, September 12, 2010

Review: Salon Care Honey & Almond Conditioner




Salon Care Conditioner comes in two varieties; honey & almond, and apple pear. I picked up the honey & almond on my last trip to Sally’s. It’s got decent ingredients for being so cheap, and it smells great. The consistency is a cross between the runniness of V05 and the thickness of Suave Coconut. I bought a pump to go with it, because honestly, who wants to maneuver a gallon of conditioner every time they shower? No one.


So of course, I tried it as soon as I got it, which was right after I henna’d last time, and I wasn’t impressed with the slip, at all. However, I thought that maybe since I’d just done a henna treatment, my hair may need some time to get back to normal, as it always feels a little bit more tangly after henna. I kept trying it for more than a week, and the results have been the same every time; no slip. I need slip, and I need my cowash to get frothy and sort of bubbly. This really didn’t do either one for me, so unfortunately it’s been relegated to a shaving cream. On the bright side, I won’t need shaving cream for a year or more.

If it seems to good to be true, it probably is………
 
Here are the ingredients, from Sally's website: WATER ,BLUE 1 LAKE ,YELLOW 5 ,WATER ,PROPYLENE GLYCOL ,STEARALKONIUM CHLORIDE ,CETYL ALCOHOL ,CITRIC ACID ,DICETYLDIMONIUM CHLORIDE ,FRAGRANCE ,HYDROLYZED KERATIN ,DMDM HYDANTOIN ,PYRUS MALUS (APPLE) FRUIT EXTRACT ,PYRUS COMMUNIS (PEAR) FRUIT EXTRACT ,WATER

3 comments:

Curly Hair Gal said...

Is this product SLS Free? from the ingredients list posted on the article it does not mention any thing on SLS, will definitely try if it doesn't contain SLS.

Mrs. Blacksten said...

Yes, it's SLS free.

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Thanks for this nice information its really knowledgeable. Could you please tell from where i can buy this product and the price?

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