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When we sampled Beauty Protector's original Protect & Detangle spray, it became an instant fan favorite. Thanks to your overwhelmingly positive feedback, Beauty Protector went ahead and developed this Protect & Conditioner for an exclusive early launch with Birchbox. It's designed to shield hair from the effects of heat styling and environmental damage with the help of pearl powder. (Conchiolin, a major ingredient of pearls, acts like the protein keratin, the main component of hair.) This conditioner is also packed with nutrients that up hair's volume and shine.
The scent is the biggest issue for me about this product. Too sickly sweet. It also didn't do much for me in the way of a conditioner.1
used the leave in conditioner and loved it this and shampoo I was not impressed1
Overpowering vanilla scent. Left hair clumpy and stringy.1
This product did not seem to counteract the drying effects of the shampoo, and left my hair dry and rough after use.1
The scent of this conditioner is overwhelming and cloying. I did not feel that the conditioner did a good job of moisturizing, smoothing, or adding shine.1
I'm not a fan of this product. It didn't leave my hair feeling softer, my hair just felt heavier.1
The smell and packaging of this sample was lovely but overall a horrible product. I have thick hair and it made it greasy and yucky feeling.1
I have dry, color treated hair and I thought this conditioner did a nice job moisturizing my hair and making it feel soft. I don't like the fragrance, though! Too bad.1
I was very disappointed that this product is not sulfate free. My hopes were high after seeing the shampoo does not contain sulfate. Since I can only use sulfate free products, this went straight in the trash.1
I have very oily, but colored hair. I was hoping this shampoo would work for me, but sadly it didn't. I washed my hair in the morning and by that evening it was oily all over again.1