Thursday, December 10, 2015
The one about Hair Growth Botanical Renovation Conditioner.
Recently I teamed up with Hair Growth Botanical Renovation to test out their new hair conditioner. I don't need any help in the hair growth department, but I'm always trying to condition my dry, frizzy hair. Hair Growth Botanical Renovation Paraben-free Deep Reconstructive Conditioner restores damaged frizz-prone hair and prevents hair breakage by coating and penetrating the hair shaft to create a protective barrier that restores hair and prevents further damage. By smoothing the hair surface it reduces hair knotting and breakage, so hair looks healthy, shiny and easy to manage because of improved elasticity.
When I got the product, the first thing I did was open it up and smell it. I always like to smell my hair products before I use them because it's just a big selling point to me that the product smell good. I got the Cypress and Lavender scent. Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed. I was hoping for more lavender, but it definitely smelled way stronger of cypress. If you like Cypress, you'll love the smell of this shampoo, but it's just not for me. But despite the smell the real question is whether or not this conditions hair good. So I went forward with the testing at my next shower.
The directions say to apply a quarter size amount to your hands and rub it through your hair. Then leave it on for 3-5 minutes and rinse out. I left it on for 3 minutes. When I rinsed it out I immediately noticed that my hair felt softer and that it detangled my hair. It also really permeated my hair with the Cypress scent. Which again if you love Cypress then you will definitely love this conditioner.
I towel dried and combed my hair like usual and I definitely noticed my hair was softer and detangled. So as a conditioning product it worked like a charm! I was very pleased with it.
If you want to take it for a spin, right now they are offering my readers 20% off with the promo code: 6FI8TI6V. You can go here on Amazon and purchase it! Enjoy!
Note: I received this product for free in exchange for my honest review. The thoughts and opinions are my own.