Discovered this at the hotel I stayed at this weekend. I love the light texture and the herbal citrus fragrance. It conditioned my normal to dry hair and rinsed completely clean. Can't believe I was able to comb through it without using my Tangle Teazer. Once dry, my hair was soft, with lots of volume and body. I ended up purchasing the full size after using up two hotel sized tubes.
Worst conditioner EVER for fine and easily tangled hair. This is not rich in the least. By the time I got out of the shower, my hair was already knotty and impossible to brush. I also had to use a ridiculous quantity of this stuff just to get my hair to a semi-tangled state. P for pass.
I bought this conditioner and used it with the matching shampoo. I agree that the name of this line is misleading - neither the shampoo nor conditioner are "mega-rich". On a moisturizing scale of 1-10, this is probably a 6 or 7. The shampoo made my hair squeaky clean (in a bad way) and dry, and this conditioner wasn't moisturizing enough so I had some frizz after blowdrying. This has the same unisex, almost cologne-like scent as the shampoo. For $18/tube, I expected more so I can't say I'd recommend or repurchase.
I got a small tube in a hotel I was staying. This conditioner is not "mega rich", it's just average, light-weight conditioner. it was fine, left my fine wavy hair soft, but nothing special. I like my Garnier triple condition much better and I can imagine that this would be expensive, too. Possibly PTR should stick to skin care, which they do well.
A decent light to mid weight yellow lotion-weight conditioner suitable for all except oily hair types. Provided a decent amount of condtioning (not deep) but also did build up quickly on fine hair. I used this for a week as it was provided (in sample sizes) at the hotel where we stayed. Very nice for a freebie, but I like my Kerstase better.