Price paid$3.99 on sale at big box store
Description"Total Repair 5 Restoring Conditioner instantly and over time helps repair the five visible signs of damaged hair - split ends, weakness, roughness, dullness and dehydration - without weighing hair down. Clinically tested* *System of shampoo and conditioner tested for instant results + lasting transformation."
How to use"Apply after using Total Repair 5 Shampoo. Leave on for 1-3 minutes. Rinse. For intensive repair use our Total Repair 5 treatment balm."
Key ingredients(s)"Ceramide: Instantly helps to seal broken hair fibers"
Other ingredients"Auqa/water/EAU, Amodimethicone, behentrimonium methosulfate, benhentrimonium chloride, parfum/fragrance, dipropylene glycol, phenoxyethanol, benzoic acid, trideceth-6, hydroxpropyl guar, potassium hydroxide, linalool, hexyl cinnamal, arginine, glutamic acid, benzyl salicylate, serine, cetrimonium chloride, benzyl alcohol, limonene, hydroxypropl trimonium hydrolyzed wheat protein, anyl cinnamal, citronellol , 2-oleamindo-1, 3-octadecanediol, alpha-isomethyl ionone"
My takeI had been eyeing this conditioner for a while and finally decided to take the plunge during the 30 Ceramides Challenge (see my posts on the challenge) hosted by Jen of Just Grow Already and Jay of Relaxed Thairapy. Let me say, I'm glad I plunged. While the conditioner isn't thick, it has a lot of slip which helps with detangling, making this a good conditioner for pre-pooing, co-washing, or just conditioning. My new growth and relaxed strands both respond positively to it. The conditioner just sinks in and after rinsing I can feel the positive results.
Another plus is how affordable this conditioner is. L'Oreal tends to be on sale quite often and just as often you can find coupons to combine with the sale.