This was the first ever leave-in conditioner I purchased when I started my healthy hair journey. I use this and Dr Miracle's Curl Care Leave In Conditioner in alternation. Im not one to mess with leave-ins because they are the life or death of my hair. I can have a bad wash day with products that don't agree, but my leave-in will save me. That is why in all my journey, I have only ventured into these two. DC's come and go, but these no *lols* And when I'm low on cash, the glyco-lemon is my go-to. About time I reviewed it!
Purchased at Pick n Pay for N$ 18. Also available at spar, checkers, woerman brock and most supermarkets.
There is no product promise, but the directions state to apply after shampooing and to work it in gently. And not to rinse off.
How I used it: to moisturise my hair, as a deep conditioner base
- that it is budget friendly
- that it is moisturising
- that a little goes a long way
- that it's available at so many places
- its semi-liquid, semi-creamy consistency
- its light formula doesn't weigh the hair down
- its versatility
Not so loving
- the scent
- it contains mineral oil
- it contains a host of parabens
My final thoughts
When I first got this, I did not really care so much about the mineral oil content, I just wanted a good leave-in, and to me it is just that. As soon as I seal it in with castor oil, my hair stays moisturised and very soft for two days. It is not as good as my favourite Dr Miracle's Leave in, but it is the next best for me. I also love that I can use it as a base for my deep conditioners, I simply add oils and any extras and my hair loves me afterwards.
I would not recommend it for those who don't like parabens or mineral oil in their products.
Ingredients: Aqua, cetearyl alcohol, cetrimonium bromide, stearyl alcohol, mineral oil, phenoxyethanol, polyquartenium-37, isostearoyl hydrolyzed collagen, ppg-1 trideceth-6, methylparaben, propylparaben,butylparaben,ethylparaben, isobutylparaben.
Have you tried this leave-in conditioner before and what is your favourite leave in?