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As self-confessed blow dryer addicts, we put our hair through a lot. To keep our strands from a meltdown, we use this leave-in conditioning mist. It doesn't just protect hair from heat damage, it also doubles as a color protector and UV shield. The sulfate-free formula has a pretty floral scent thanks to white freesia, amber, and musk, and natural conditioners like black currant and soy yogurt restore hydration.
Used this product as directed, and found that my hair felt stronger, sleeker and smoother after blow drying.5
I have used a lot of leave in conditioners and this one was average.3
Nothing too speci as l about this product. Did not do much to my hair.3
I loved how this product made my hair feel after blow drying it. It has a subtle scent, but not overpowering, and my kids loved smelling my hair. It leaves my hair extra soft. I still needed to do a quick flat iron to get it perfectly straight. The product also works well in combination with other products, if you need too. I used the spray and then a different brand for a hair straightening gel, and my hair came out perfect.4
I loved how silky smooth this made my hair. I would absolutely recommend this product!5
This product works well enough but it has a sort of chemical-ly smell to it and works just "eh".3
This product smells amazing and leaves my hair feeling soft!5
The other reviews didn't lie, this product smells fantastic! But it also works wonderfully. My hair was soft, manageable, and over all looked fantastic after using.5
Great multitasking product! It sprays on easily, doesn't weigh down my hair, protects my color from fading, protects hair from heat damage, and helps smooth away my frizzies. Love it!5
No matter how great a product may work, if it smells bad, I will never try it again. It has a sweet rotting garbage like odor to it. I gave it to my daughter to try without saying anything about it and she described it the same way.1