So I got suckered into the name brand and high price tag to purchase this product. Don't get me wrong it works, and hydrates, de-frizzes, and adds shine to my hair, but compared to cheaper products this product is wayyyy over priced. I figured at $CDN34.00 this product ought to be doing something my other products can't deliver a certain "oomph" that could only be purchased from a luxurious brand. But alas, I was wrong and despite it working wonders on my hair, it did no better than my regular coconut oil and shea butter which work just as fantastically. In short an over-priced rip-off, but at least it works :)
Oh yes, and the squeeze bottle design is very efficient and convenient.
Not impressed at all..doesnt really do anything for me,i bought the large size so i will never repurchae.
I received a sample of this product in the mail before it was going to be launched at my local SDM as an authorised seller. It made my hair beautifully shiny without being greasy, and I was able to use the cream more than 5-6 times. If the product wasn't so expensive and I didn't already own I ton of hair products I would run out and buy it.
i don't like this product. the cream also separated into olive oil like oils and chunky cream within a month, and i was very careful not to put it in any warm or sunlit environments! never buy again.
I have naturally wavy hair and use the Chi flatiron to straighten it. When I have it done at the hair salon, the hair is so sleek and smooth like glass. I had tried different products-Oscar Blandi's Olio d' Jasmin and a Pureology serum. No matter what I put on my hair, even though it was straight, there were still a little bushiness and/or frizzies. Someone gave me a sample of this and the first time I used a pea-sized drop prior to flat ironing my hair, I was amazed. This was just what I had been looking for and I achieved the look of a hair salon styling. It is not cheap but since a little goes a long way, it will pay for itself.
This product was too heavy for my fine hair but I passed it to my husband and he likes it very much! I prefer Fekkai's Gloss Mist.
it just did not work on my hair... when i was relaxed or natural, it dried my hair, it didn't smooth or leave a shine... just waste of money
I have really thick naturally curly, wiry hair which I blowdry and flat-iron straight.
My mom got me the little quasi-sample size for Christmas and I've still got quite a bit left (factor that in and it's actually not too expensive). It works wonders for me, adding shine and taking away frizzies without leaving any weird residues in my hair. Usually defrizzing creams harden on my hair and the serums either are too greasy or do nothing (or both). This is perfect. It is easy to overapply so be careful and only add a tiny bit at a time. I would never recommend this to anyone with thin hair, but if you have thick hair then it's a must.
Bought on strong recommendation from friends. I have fine, color treated oily hair that frizzes like crazy, so on paper it was a good match. But I can't say I'm impressed. It's kind of a heavy, sort of oily cream. I used very little, so I am not convinced that I overapplied. It turned my hair greasy and did very little for the frizz-worst of all worlds. :( I think that for someone with very dry hair, or coarse, wiry hair, this might work wonders. But it is not for me.
I worship anything from the Glossing line. It has transformed my hair.
This stuff is expensive but usually I just buy the small $9 tube. You don't need a lot and therefore the small bottle lasts a long time.
My hair is very abused by color treating and everyday blowdrying. But this stuff makes it look and feel as if it has never been touched by harsh chemicals or heat. Amazing.