After reviewing Dessange Paris Oleo Miracle Replenishing Shampoo, I am back with the review of the conditioner from the same range. Read on to find out more about this hair care product.
The Oleo Miracle system helps bring your overprocessed and damaged hair back to vitality with shine. This formula with 3 precious oils of argan, camellia and pracaxi nourishes and brings out your hair’s natural beauty while both protecting from aggressors and detangling your hair. For magical hair results, discover the entire Oleo Miracle Replenishing System: Replenishing Shampoo, Conditioner and Oil.
My Experience with Dessange Paris Oleo Miracle Replenishing Conditioner:
Packaging: The conditioner comes in an orange-colored plastic bottle. The packaging is quite standard. It has a flip top cap which shuts tight and there is no danger of any product leakage, but the 200 ml bottle is not exactly travel friendly.
Fragrance: The conditioner has the same fragrance of argan oil which the shampoo also has. In fact, the conditioner has a much stronger smell compared to the shampoo, but the smell does not stay in the hair for long and fades away 3-4 hours after rinsing. I personally liked the fragrance very much but those of you who do not like such nutty fragrances might not like it.
Performance: The conditioner is white in color and has quite a thick consistency. At first glance, I had thought that the conditioner will be too sticky or greasy given its thick texture, but I was pleasantly surprised to find that as you spread it through the hair, it feels quite light. I typically leave it in my hair for a minute or so before rinsing it off with warm water. I like that the conditioner washes away pretty well and does not leave any sticky residue/film like some conditioners do. It does not aggravate any hair fall.
My hair feels smooth and tangle-free post applying the conditioner and it surely becomes much more manageable. It gives my hair a nice silky feel and I do not see too many flyaways. The conditioner is quite lightweight and it does not weigh down my hair.
To summarize, this is a really effective conditioner which will leave your hair smooth and silky.
Pros of Dessange Paris Oleo Miracle Replenishing Conditioner:
- Makes the hair smooth, silky and manageable.
- Controls frizz to some extent.
- Does not leave any residues on the hair.
- Does not weigh down the hair or make it limp.
- Has a pleasant argan oil fragrance.
- Presence of oils ensures that hair looks healthy and hydrated.
Cons of Dessange Paris Oleo Miracle Replenishing Conditioner:
- Slightly expensive compared to drugstore brands.
- Fragrance might be a bit too strong for some.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Dessange Paris Oleo Miracle Replenishing Conditioner?
Yes, you can try this conditioner if you are looking for one to make your hair more manageable. I like trying out newer brands and will likely not repurchase.
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