Clynol Moisture Dream Review

Recently I've had a bit of a struggle with my hair when I come out of the shower. If I use a conditioner at my roots my tangle teezer glides through but my hair gets greasy by the second day. If I don't use a conditioner near my roots it takes me a good 10 minutes to untangle the birds nest of knots that my hair seems to resemble. I thought a leave in conditioner would be the key to solving my problems and Laura at suggested the Clynol Moisture Dream. Just reading the 1st 3 sentences in the product description I knew I had to give it a go.

When your hair has got really thirsty, it starts to behave badly. You’ve all seen the signs – unruly, unmanageable and limp to the point of downright sulky. But like anyone else, dry hair cheers up if you offer it a cocktail. 

Who doesn't want a cocktails for their hair?! The two important ingredients are wheat protein and bamboo milk which work together and claim to nuture, moisturise and smooth each strand of hair. I fancied having super shiny, hydrated and manageable hair so this Salon Exclusive Bi-Phase conditioner was definitely for me.

One of the first things I notice when I try out a new product is the scent. This smells lovely and fresh, I reckon the bamboo milk is the thank for that one. The next test was whether I could pull my brush through my hair after washing it and not using conditioner further up than my ears. I was pretty impressed which how quickly my hair was detangled, smooth and manageable. The spray is easy to use and made sure there wasn't too much product in one place (or horrible sticky hands afterwards).

I'd highly recommend this conditioner spray for anyone who needs a bit more moisture and hydration without using a heavy product which might cause build up.

Do you struggle with the conditioner dilemma?

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