Garnier Whole Blends
Leave In Conditioner
According to the bottle this conditioner is made from virgin pressed olive oil, and doesn't weigh down your hair. However, when I applied it as directed on the bottle, I simply ended up with oily looking hair that clung to my neck and face. I attempted to blow dry it to try to ease some of the oily look out, but even that didn't help. About the only good thing I can say for it, when used as directed, was that it does smell nice, as all Garnier products have that I've tried before.
I did wash it out. In my next shower, I used it as I would regular conditioner and was more pleased with the results. I left it in for about 5 minutes as I showered, and then rinsed it out. I have coarse grey hair, and it left me with soft manageable hair.
Whole Blends comes in a 10.2 fluid ounce bottle and retails for $5.89 on Amazon.com here.
I am pleased when using it the way I did. However, as per directions on the bottle, I was not happy. I give this 2 stars.
And I can not give it a thumbs up. The exact opposite.
In reading reviews, I do see where others have liked it, and so I ask you to judge for yourself. These are my opinions only, and the results of my use of the product, which may vary vastly from others.
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