November 9, 2011 Leave a comment
I have already written about L’Occitane Aromachologie Repairing Shampoo and I have finally tried the conditioner from the same collection. I have accumulated two 8ml sized samples. Just for your information, L’Occitane shampoos and conditioners usually come in different sizes – there is a 75ml travel size bottle, 300 ml bottle, 500 ml bottle and 500 ml eco refill (this verson is the cheapest solution – you just have to decant it into an old, clean shampoo bottle)
L’Occitane Aromachologie Repairing Conditioner has a very thin texture. Since it is a repairing conditioner I have expected something thicker, but it is very runny. A little goes a long way and after using it for a month two or three times per week, I have yet to spend half of the amount I have. I have a medium long, thick hair – just below my shoulders and I apply the conditioner on the lower third of my hair.
Other than being thick, my hair gets greasy on the roots (so much that I have to wash the hair frequently, which then ruins the rest of the hair). Naturally, the ends are extremely dry and split.
This conditioner is amazing. After only one use, my hair appeared considerably healthier (I’m not imagining it, the others were asking me if I had cut my hair). The ends are not as dry as they used to be.
The conditioner won’t repair the existing split ends, but there is no new damage.
Aromachologie Repairing Conditioner is among those products that have made the difference after the first use. I’ve been using if for over a month and, naturally, now the improvement isn’t as drastically visible. I think that the conditioner did its best after the first use and now I just use it to maintain the results. I’m sure that if I would stop with the conditioner, my hair would be back to its horrible self.
The conditioner smells just like the shampoo from the collection – slightly fruity. Keep in mind that the scent tends to stay in the hair, so you can smell it on the hair the next day.
L’Occitane Aromachologie is something that is definitely worth considering, especially if you have dry hair. Now I can’t wait to test the mask, which is supposed to be even better.