When it comes to my hair, I never really bother doing much with it. It's naturally straight, so a wash and brush is the most it normally gets - not a typical beauty blogger, I know. However, I do like to use intensive conditioners to keep my hair in good nick. Having really dry and splitting ends means I use intensive conditioners quite often, which, can become really time consuming as many need five minutes on the hair.
Dove have created intensive conditioners that only need one minute on the hair to work. I was critical at first, I mean how much good can it do in one minute? I received a trial size in a magazine and loved it. The trial was of the nourishing oil care, so once I'd finished it I picked it up and also picked up the intensive repair too.
The nourishing oil care is my favourite by far. It leaves my hair touch-ably soft, I really can't stop feeling my hair when I've used this conditioner. It reminds me of a haircare advert I saw ages ago, where the women doesn't stop feeling her hair for the whole ad. It leaves my ends feeling in much better condition too, so much better than some conditioners I've had to leave on for 5-15 minutes!
I was less impressed with the intensive care. It doesn't leave my hair that soft at all really. It did make my split ends feel less course, but so does the nourishing oil care. I don't feel the need for the intensive care really, you might as well just go for the nourishing oil care and have soft hair as well as good ends.
These intensive conditioners come in at £3.36, such a bargain! They're available at Boots, Superdrug and various shampoo stockists - online link.
Have you tried either of these conditioners? Will you be picking up Dove's Nourishing Oil Care?
Becca :) x
Disclosure: I brought these myself.