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The Body Shop Rainforest Conditioner for Dry Hair- Review.

The Body Shop Rainforest Conditioner for Dry Hair- Review.

 

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I have very weird combination hair type- My hair is fine but fizzy, normal scalp yet dry ends. All these years of using too many chemical products that maintained my hair… I certainly thought to opt for chemical free, Paraben free SLS/SLR free hair care products. Though The Body Shop, I don’t believe it is 100% free from chemicals but as mentioned it is free from silicones, parabens and colourants. I was never a fan of TBS hair care line, it is body butters and body sprays I love to invest in. Anyways let’s see how fair this conditioner worked on me…

WHAT COMPANY CLAIMS:

Conditions to help restore moisture and improve the hair’s softness without weighing it down, for a smooth and shiny finish.
• Contains pracaxi oil, manketti nut oil and Community Trade honey, babassu oil and coconut oil.
• No silicones, no parabens and no colourants.
• For dry and damaged hair.
• Find out more about our eco-conscious policy

 

Ingredients:

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Price: 795 INR for 250 Ml. (I brought it for 695 INR- Price hiked againL)

 

 

I brought this conditioner with great expectation but it works exactly opposite of what I thought. Instead of detangle my hair, control fizz and provide moisture, the conditioner failed to live up my expectations. It makes it more difficult to comb through my hair. I generally take time to observe the results of any hair care or skin care makes but this product is a complete bummer for me. The actual product is light weight, thin consistency conditioner that never has efficiency to moisturize my dry strands. To control the fizziness of my hair I always prefer thick mask in place of regular conditioner *thin conditioners never did anything for my hair so far**

 

docs 003According to the claims that the conditioner helps to restore moisture and improve the hair’s softness without weighing it down, for a smooth and shiny finish. It never helps restoring moisture, at least the way I wanted! The conditioner is extremely thin and light weight, therefore those who have fizzy dry damage hair it- The Body Shop Rainforest Conditioner is definitely not for dry damage hair- False Claims!! My hair feels dry and unmanageable after using the shampoo and conditioner, although the shampoo does clean the scalp effectively but the conditioner does nothing as it claims. It does have a strong perfume that lingers for hours which is fine for me.

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What I like about The Body Shop Rainforest Conditioner for Dry Hair:

 

  • Doesn’t weigh down hair.
  • The smell lingers for hours.
  • Claims to be silicones free, no parabens and no colourants.
  • Contains pracaxi oil, manketti nut oil and Community Trade honey, babassu oil and coconut oil.

 

What I don’t like about The Body Shop Rainforest Conditioner for Dry Hair:

  • It makes my hair rough, unmanageable.
  • Unable to brush through after wash.
  • Due to its thin consistency it takes more to cover hair strands.
  • On long hair one bottle will last for 8 washes.
  • Doesn’t make hair soft by any mean.
  • Pricy in terms of results it gives.

 

Rating: 2.5/5

 

I am definitely not going to pick up another bottle of this product. Never liked TBS hair care and after experiencing this I am sure to stand up on my disliking. For oily scalp/hair this might help but for dry damage this is certainly not good conditioner at all.

 

 

BY SUSHMITA M

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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