I'm on my second or third bottle of this. My hair is a little frizzy and it does make it shinier and more manageable. It smells really nice too! But the shampoo kind of sucks IMO.
I received this from a lovely swapper, and was thrilled to get it as I'd been using and loving the Tsubaki shampoo for some time (recieved from another great swapper). This has the same wonderful, fresh, Asian-pear-like scent. But it's quite thick and a little waxy, which makes it difficult to rinse out. I do like the finished effect, though--shiny, well-conditioned, fresh-smelling hair. This is not as heavy as Fekkai's Ageless conditioner, but it gets the job done. For me, this was a great eample of swapping for something I didn't know I wanted, but I'll continue to use this shampoo and conditioner for a long time. I would repurchase.
Great smell but irritated my scalp. Tried to use the product on only my tips but eventually had to stop because even from far away, my scalp was still flaky and itchy. Changed to another product and everything disappeared within a week.
This is for the damaged hair (white) line. I have regular hair but i m a daily straightener user so hair got really dry by it until i start to use this conditioner and been using it ever since.....I can't even recommend this product enough for the huge difference my hair is with and without it. It made my hair 20 times softer and shinnier, nuting else even come close to this productt!!!!!!!!!!!! I"m a beauty junky...but for hair conditioner i dun think i will ever bother to switch as long as they still make it....!!!
Fabulous. I have thin, fine, wavy hair (2a/2b if you speak hair typing) and this doesn't weigh down my wurls at all. I love the smooth slightly spicy apple scent of this and the bottle's pump design. This is a lightweight and clean-rinsing conditioner that gives a lot of slip. My hair feels smooth, soft, and silky after using this.
I have already repurchased this 3 times. It is great value for money. Costs S$8 (during discounted periods) and lasts a good few months. It works great on my permed hair.
My hair condition is dry and frizzy. There were previous perming/straightening occassions when the salon handled my hair brutally and left me with damaged broken strands and dry spilt ends. Ive yet to chop them off plus I do regular dyeing as well to cover the greys.
All along I use Keratase Masque for thick and coarse hair to repair the damages and it really worked very well. I am still using it but since its more expensive, I thought ill just stick to a weekly affair instead of using it as a conditioner everyday. I use a drandruff shampoo from Matrix line and it leaves my hair slightly dry too. Although to be fair, it works wonder keeping dandruff away and in terms of dryness, its alot less harsh than many of the other lines ive tried.
Back to the conditioiner, first time using this brand in the white bottle. My first impression reminds me of basking in a grapefruit and some sort of floral mix garden. The scent is heavenly and i love it. After it drys naturally (I seldom blow dry), my hair is wonderfully soft and very manageable. I dont have to use a comb to tidy it! The ends are looking healthy and well behaved too. I think it leaves a soft glow as well. All in all, thanks for the recommendations here. I love my new adventure.
As for the price, I got it at Watsons Singapore and they had a 15% discount. Without this, I believe it retails for around SGD19. Still cheaper than the Keratase and in such a big pump bottle.
I really like it. I have severely damaged overprocessed hair that I've been bleaching for 5 years already and nothing has work so good for me as the Tsubaki. The conditioner is really good. Though I wouldn't say the same about the shampoo and the mask. The shampoo is ok, but you can get such a result even for less, and the mask basically does nothing, but the conditioner seriousely works wonders
This is probably the most rich conditioner i have ever used. I only need to use about half about my usual amount of conditioner to get sleek, shiny, soft and frizz free hair, which is really fortunate since this is more expensive than the average conditioner in Watsons. However, since this is very rich, be sure to be careful about washing it out properly otherwise you might end up with oily and limp hair. Highly recommended for dry and damaged hair.
Tsubaki products are really great. In Taiwan a big bottle of this conditioner isn't too expensive (about $250 NT/$8-9USD) but it's pretty expensive in the US so look around for a good deal! The tsubaki smell is soooo amazing, and it makes hair very soft. I am currently using it in conjunction with the shampoo, and while I feel like the shampoo has a stronger tsubaki smell I do like the conditioner more. Definitely will repurchase, I love that it has refill bottles :)