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The hair experts over at 12 Benefits™ tell us that healthy hair gets its strength and shine from a combination of natural proteins and lipids (who knew?). When you subject your hair to too much chemical processing or heat styling, it tends to lose these precious compounds. Thankfully, this leave-in conditioning mist delivers a host of benefits to dry, parched hair—from boosting the vibrancy of your existing color to preventing future damage. Bonus: the light, clean scent lingers all day long.
Liked using the product - good smell, works well. Have a similar product currently using. Would consider buying once I run out.3
I've used many hair detanglers before and this is very similar to all of them. This one seemed thicker though almost like they took conditioner and mixed it with water. I liked it but I would rather by less expensive brands that work the same and aren't as thick.3
This is a nice product and helps the effects of heat but it was heavy on my hair and it felt kind of dirty but I feel like it would do wonders on thick hair.3
I have curly, frizzy hair and I felt that this product made my hair crunchy and dry feeling. If you have drier, thicker hair, I wouldn't recommend this.3
Nice product. Smells good too. I haven't decided if I will buy it though.3
I like how this product adds shine and bounce to my hair, but my hair ended up a tad greasy by the end of the day. I prefer another detangler that I already use.3
Was excited to try this and see how it compared to my beauty protector but this was definitely not up to the BP's standards3
The smell of this product is great and it did detangle, but it seems to make my fine hair more limp.3
I thought this product worked really well. The only issue I had with it, is that it tended to make my hair flat. That is the only reason why I gave it three stars.3
I am using the curly girl method, so it's difficult to find products for my hair anyway. I did appreciate that this one was CG friendly and didn't contain any silicones that weren't water soluble. I noticed absolutely no difference in my hair what-so-ever. I even noticed that the packaging said it was a heat-protectant, so I straightened my hair for the first time in four months. I still didn't notice much difference. I wasn't that impressed.3