When I use conditioning treatments, I always put them on dry hair for a couple of hours, then wash out. This way I double up the conditioner, and as treatments are usually quite thick, I can make sure it's all shampoo'd out. I hate lank hair with a passion!!!
So, onto the review...
Its meant to '...Fills in gaps and seals damaged hair fibres, leaving hair feeling silky and soft. Helps repair damaged hair, enriched with a replica of one of hair's natural ceramides."
I've used this product twice now, and I like it. I'm not sure if it's 'filled in' any gaps in my hair, but it does seal it as after using it, my hair feels shiny and soft. I wish I had more to say about it other than the above, but I don't... It's ok....!! It's no Elasticizer which is the QUEEN of all treatments, and has spoilt me as now I expect everything to be as good as, or better than that. The Philip Kingsley Elasticzer is still the best, and worth every penny. When you use it, you can actually feel the strength back in your hair. However, I am determined to keep using this product to see if I have any improvements in strength and damage repair over time.
Which Elvive is your favourite???
Love from MyFrostedWorldXXX