I am reviewing Boots Avocado and Macadamia Leave-in Conditioner in this post. I found this leave-in conditioner at a local store. It is meant for normal to fine hair, but I still got it for my thick, frizzy mane. Was it a good decision? Read on to find out.
With extracts of Avocado and Macadamia, Boots Ingredients Leave-in Conditioner is specially formulated to condition the hair, helping to leave it soft and tangle free. After shampooing, towel dry hair. Spray conditioner on to damp hair and comb through.
My Experience with Boots Avocado and Macadamia Leave-in Conditioner:
Packaging wise, it’s pretty decent and travel safe. This leave-in conditioner comes in a cylindrical bottle with a spray dispenser. The bottle is of standard size and has a transparent plastic cap. Product details are mentioned on the bottle. However, the spray dispenser became rigid after a few uses.
The spray mechanism releases a fine aerosol of conditioner. The conditioner is watery and very light, not very suitable for dry or frizzy hair. It does help in adding some softness to hair, but it is best suited for normal-oily hair and it might be a good choice for them.
For my thick mane, I need numerous spritzes to tame my unruly hair, which can get irksome if you have hair like mine. I thought a leave in conditioner might be good for my curly hair, but I feel a serum helps me in detangling and adding shine. I also spray it before I go swimming, just to prevent chlorine damage.
This does help in one thing. I generously spray my hair with this conditioner, braid my hair tightly and sleep overnight. It defines my waves into clear curls, and helps in managing my frizz. For normal-oily hair, especially those who have greasy limp hair, this will be an option to consider. It doesn’t weigh down like regular serum, but aids in adding hydration without oiliness.
Pros of Boots Avocado and Macadamia Leave-in Conditioner:
- Travel-friendly spray bottle.
- Good for normal-oily hair.
- Doesn’t weight hair down.
- Adds moisture and softness.
- Helps in styling hair too.
Cons of Boots Avocado and Macadamia Leave-in Conditioner:
- Not suited for dry, frizzy hair.
- Can’t control frizz or add lot of shine.
- Spray mechanism turned rigid.
Would I Repurchase Boots Avocado and Macadamia Leave-in Conditioner?
Only for normal-oily hair.
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