I got this Garnier Ultra Blends 5 Precious Herbs Oil-In-Cream in my Amazon haul and I have almost finished this product so here I am with the review.
About the Garnier Ultra Blends 5 Precious Herbs Oil-In-Cream:-
According to the product “BREAKTHROUGH INNOVATION: Get the nourishment of hair oils, not the stickiness. This unique Oil-in-cream melts away without leaving a sticky residue and does not weigh your hair down. It is enriched with 5 precious herbs – Green tea, Eucalyptus, Aloe, Lemon & Henna. Discover hair that is nourished, healthier & more beautiful thus revitalised. Garnier creates a unique Oil-in-Cream, which is enriched with 5 precious herbs. Discover hair that is nourished, healthier and more beautiful thus revitalised.”
How To Use:-
My Take On The Garnier Ultra Blends 5 Precious Herbs Oil-In-Cream:-
It comes in a green coloured tube packaging with a golden coloured flip open cap. Its small, compact and sturdy hence travel-friendly.
It smells fresh. Very much like a place with lots of trees.
Colour And Consistency:-
Its creamy white in colour with a green undertone. It has a very smooth texture. The consistency neither too runny nor too thick.
Price And Shelf Life:-
₹ 70 for 100 gm with 36 months of shelf life
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My Experience with Garnier Ultra Blends 5 Precious Herbs Oil-In-Cream:-
I used this product in every way possible and the best way to use it is right after shampooing like a conditioner, at least for me. It is easy to apply on wet hair but when it comes to dry or even damp hair its a disaster.
So first I used it on completely dry hair. It was very difficult to apply even I ended up using a lot of product and my hair was completely tangled. I have around 4 feet long hair and the last thing I want in my life is to deliberately get my hair tangled. Same happened when I used it on around 70 % damp hair. I don’t know how it manages to do so.
Then I decided to try it on completely wet hair. So right after washing my hair, I applied it on the length. This time it didn’t require a lot of product to cover my hair, just slightly more than my regular conditioner. It was very easy to spread this time and everything went smoothly. So I kept it for 3-4 minutes and then rinsed it. Just like you would do with your regular conditioner. And the results were much batter. My hair felt a little smooth and I was able to notice some shine as well.
Other than that it is not sticky and didn’t weight down my hair
Overall it wasn’t any revolutionary product it’s just another hair cream. In my opinion, L’Oreal Paris Hair Expertise Oil Replacement Cream worked batter than this. It is paraben free but look at the ingredient list. It’s full of chemicals. So no points there
- Budget Friendly
- Paraben Free
- Provided a little shine and smoothness
- Does not weigh your hair down
- Full of chemicals
- Didn’t work on dry or damp hair
- Left my hair tangled when used on dry or damp hair
|No sticky residue||True|
|does not weigh your hair down||True|
|Nourished and healthier hair||False|
The bottom Line:-
I will not repurchase it.
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