Saturday, July 24

Cheap Yet Effective

I used this deep conditioner about 6-7 times so far and I like it! A lot! The first couple of times I used it, I applied to dry hair, let it sit for about an hour and wash it out.  That was just okaay. Then I actually followed the directions the last few times I used it and my hair never felt so soft yet strong! This is definitely a product that I will continue to use.

Here's a little more info:

•Great for chemically treated hair
•Leaves hair soft and restored to a natural state
•No petroleums
•Easy to apply

Le Kair Cholesterol Plus Strengthening and Conditioning Cream strengthens, deep conditions and rejuvenates your hair and is enriched with cholesterol, Jojoba Oil, Aloe Vera and collagen. Treats split ends, dry brittle hair and chemically processed hair. Ideal for chemically treated
First shampoo thoroughly. Rinse thoroughly and apply a generous amount of Cholesterol Plus Strengthening & Conditioning Cream to palm of hands. Massage thoroughly into hair and leave on hair for two minutes and rinse thoroughly. Repeat this conditioning process a second time, rinse hair thoroughly and towel dry
Ingredients: Deionized Water, Cetearly Alchohol & PEG 40, Castor Oil, Strearalkonium Chloride, Cetyl Akcohol, Mineral Oil, Fragance,Methyl Paraben, Propyl Paraben, Cholesterol,Hydrolyzed Collagen, Tetrasodium EDTA, Tocopheryl, Acetate(Vitamin E),  Jojoba Oil,  Citric Acid, FD&C, Red#4, Aloe, Vitamin A, Vitamin D
*Notice how there is mineral oil in the ingredients. This doesn't mean this is a bad product. Because it's a deep conditioner opposed to a moisturizer, it's not sitting on your are washing it out after 2 minutes. Plus it's a little down the ingredient list..and there are alot of great ingredients in this.
Price: $3.00 or less depending where you go, I got mine for like $2.19


  1. I bought this product at wal-mart for $1.87 (It was on sale!) and it works great!

  2. $1.87?!?! Now that's what I call a good deal! I'm glad you like it! :-)


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