I do a lot of crazy things with my hair. I style it using heat, I bleach it, I pull it about when creating my hair-do (I do love a good braid!) and I dye it frequently. Obviously, all of that takes it’s toll and my hair therefore ends up damaged and brittle and, well, it just ends up feeling a bit straw-like. It’s not nice!
The last time I bleached my hair, I decided enough was enough and I needed to find a nice decent high street brand conditioner that works towards healing and fixing damaged hair but doesn’t come with a hefty price tag. Luckily for me, I came across the Garnier Ultimate Blends Honey Treasures Conditioner.
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The first thing I need to comment on is the smell. It. Is. Lush. I’m not exaggerating. The smell is incredible; it’s luxurious; it’s warm and it’s just…it makes you feel like you’re having a really extravagant pampering session. We can thank the wonderful main ingredients for that: honey, royal jelly and propolis.
Honey is well known for it’s healing properties, royal jelly is full of nutritional value and propolis is that awesome stuff that honey bee’s use to fix honeycomb. Sounds like the kind of stuff you’d definitely want to put on damaged hair to help it along!
The Honey Treasure conditioner is a light yellow colour. It’s thick and creamy and spreads easily when applied. The smell, as I’ve mentioned, is lovely and lasts for quite a while – I’ve had a few wafts of honey the next day, which is a lovely perk. The Garnier Honey Treasures conditioner makes your hair feel wonderfully smooth when applied and the smoothness and softness lasts when hair is dried – even if heat is used (think blow dry).
As someone who frequently bleaches and dyes their hair, I would recommend this to anyone who, like me, likes to play around with their hair styles quite a lot, especially it it involves colouring the hair or using heat. The only fault I can think of, and it’s hardly worth mentioning, is that the conditioner comes out of the bottle very easily – so just don’t squeeze the bottle too hard!
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