Don't use this product all over your hair. You will regret it. I use it on the ends of my hair. It smells like a bouquet of flowers. The smell is enough for me to buy this product again and again.
I love it, but I have a hard time reviewing this product, because it is one of the worst conditioners I have ever used. It's worse than useless, it's actually as problematic as other reviewers have said. Leaves my fine curly hair a tangled mess and when my hair was chemically straightened, it left it a tangled strawlike mess. It's a TERRIBLE conditioner, and I don't recommend it to condition or even detangle.
OMG it smells amazing.I use it strictly as a hair perfume. Not a conditioner.
I am addicted to LUSH's orange flower scents. It mirrors that of Gorgeous and similar (though minus the coconut) of a LE soap "I Should Coco" To clarify, it smells like *orange flower* NOT ORANGES. No citrus; all floral. It's also unusual for LUSH in that it smells exactly the same when you use it as in the bottle, so you are getting exactly what you expect.
How I use it: After co-washing or washing and conditioning, I rub a little of this in my wet hands and run it through my dripping wet hair. Then I go on with whatever styling or leave ins are part of my routine. I sometimes rub a bi between my palms and run it over styled hair for fragrance or add a little water to it to freshen next-day hair-but not too much because it leaves a sticky film on my hair. The scent lingers and can be quite strong, but if applied lightly, it's amazing and people will tell you your hair smells amazing.
Great scent, terrible conditioner. I have found no other use for it like shaving cream or body wash, so it's strictly a one-use product.
This conditioner smells SO GOOD I literally cannot stop smelling my hair. As far as softness and conditioning treatment goes it works for me. I have really thin hair so it doesn't take much. I really like this product a lot and will continue to repurchase unless I find something that smells better, which hasn't happened yet!
Writing this review, I am SO ANGRY. I can't wait to be done with thinking about this product.
So basically, my hair is really dry, thick and prone to split ends so for Christmas last year I asked for Lush's Retread conditioner. My mom went into Lush to buy it for me
and the sale's associate who clearly knows nothing about
my hair type told her that Retread would be much too thick for my hair type and told her to buy me this instead. I'm not as mad as this product as I am at this stupid sales associate who convinced my mother that I needed to lightest conditioner in the store. This stuff is so thin, I'll might as well try and condition my hair with water. I had to use literally 1/8 of the small $10 bottle in just one use, and my hair ended up feeling like STRAW. (ridiculously overpriced, especially since it has nothing special to it - Lush is not as "Natural" as they claim to be. This has sulfates and parabens in it.) It left my hair so tangled and dry it was ridiculous and smells terrible in my opinion. I get that this conditioner clearly isnt made for my hair type, but even for really thin hair, I doubt this would even do anything for you unless you like having hair with absolutely no nourishment to it whatsoever.
THE MAIN MORAL OF THE STORY IS: don't let a Lush sales associate who has seen your hair maybe once, never taken a good look at it or felt it's texture tell you what type of hair type you have. You know what type of hair problems YOU have better than anybody else, so stick with the products that are given the description that matches your hair type. I haven't even gone in to Lush since I was given this because looking at the darn thing makes me angry - the reason I decided to write this review was because I found it in the back of my cupboard today. Can't wait to throw it right after I post this.
i am on my 2nd bottle now i love this conditioner i use it with REHAB shampoo.
smells amazing but it isn't a wooow conditioner it does its job of making your hair softer and thats it.
It's just not for me. I thought it was gonna be more orange smelling , but it's like putting you nose is a bouquet of flowers. Have long hair( almost to my but) so a little bottle wouldn't last me very long and it's quiet expensive. And it's not very moisturizing so I had to use more then normal. The scent lingers for a little longer then normal but not for days.
As a long time fan of Lush, I have to say I've LOVED using this product since it was launched earlier this year! Grapefruit & Neroli oils are anti-depressants (which always comes in handy!), so it's a comforting, elegant scent to smell while working into your hair! Out of all the conditioners, it's the one I find to have the longest lasting fragrance afterwards! Not the richest conditioner, wouldn't recommend it as much for extremely dry hair, but on saying that, it works delightfully as a leave in conditioner, too!
I don't like the smell and it doesn't really do anything for my hair. It feels like I never used a conditioner..
I've been using this for about a month now. I usually always use a "base" conditioner along with this conditioner, because I feel as though this is more of a hair perfume than an actual conditioner.
I absolutely LOVELOVELOVE the smell. So gorgeous. It is worth it in that own regard. I don't think I'll buy it again anytime soon just because of the price, but in the farther future, yes, I would love to.
It's hard to say exactly how the conditioning part of this works because I always use another conditioner with it...the reason I do so is because I have a lot of hair, and I wouldn't want to waste the pretty smell on so much of it conditioning it.
I've even used a bit of this (maybe dime sized amount) as a frizz-fighter for the top of my head, and a split-end fighter for the ends, and it leaves just the right amount of smell. I feel like if you used only this conditioner at the end of your shower it would be TOO MUCH smell, ya know?
Totally recommend as a treat :)
First of all, this is my first review and pardon my spelling, English is not my first language :)
I purchased this conditioner with the "Fair trade Honey" Shampoo.
Those were my very FIRST Lush Hair care purchase so to be safe I purchased them both in the smallest bottle and thank god I did even with the very aggressive and pushy sale associate trying to get me to buy the giant bottle... I like to try my products first and for $10 a pop for a small bottle its more than enough for a test run...
I already knew that this wasn't a rich or ultra moisturizing conditioner/treatment and switching to an all natural conditioner can take time to adjust, yes I KNEW THAT but STILL because of the price tag and the supposed high quality ingredients I was expecting more from it...
The fair trade honey shampoo left my hair very soft and manageable when wet plus the smell was absolutely fantastic (then i realised later that shampoo contain sulfates, yikes... will not repurchase) BUT once I applied the "happy happy Joy Joy" conditioner, my hair became extremely hard to comb and were very tangled, so much that I had to reapplied more and more over 3 times but my hair were still very tangled. I used 1/4 of the bottle but my hair where impossible to manage, comb or brush. NEVER happened to me before when applying a conditioner, I mean whats the point to apply a conditioner in the first place?!!!!!
I then towel dried them and applied a sample of R & B leave in conditioner and let my hair " air dry"
The R & B texturizer/moisturizer made my beach waves look amazing but my hair were still very dry and frizzy on from what I think was that conditioner or maybe the sulfates in the suppose to be "all natural" shampoo.
I dont know who to recommend happy happy joy joy but it did NOT worked for me.
The smell is absolutely amazing and will stay on for a very long time, I also like the fact that the packaging is recycled but honestly a cheap treseme conditioner work 10 times better to manage and condition.
Would not buy again.