Unlisted Brand • Salerm 21 Essential Conditioning Oil • Treatments
|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I wished this worked as well on me as the other girls, I think it was a protein punch for my hair and my hair is sensitive to protein. Too much and my hair becomes brittle. It did not offer the moisture my hair needs, which is thirsty and parched!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love, love, love this stuff. I'm addicted to it. It leaves your hair soooo beautifull, soft and shiny. I also love the smell. This stuff helped me through my months of seriously overprocessed hair. I can't live without it. I don't know which I like more, these, or the Alfaparf ones, which are also amazing. But these are cheaper so I stick with these. I buy the 32 vial pack. It brings 8 packages of 4 vials each. I use it once a week, and what I do is, I mix a third of the vial with some Salerm wheat germ conditioner and leave it in about ten minutes. I only need a third of the vial. They are pretty big and my hair is only shoulder lenght. So they last me forever. In 8 months I only used 4 of the 8 boxes. So it lasts me well over a year, so the $45 dollars was worth it. Also try the Salerm hair regenerator vials. You put those on before blowdrying. They are the bomb!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Blue
This stuff comes in vials which are sold individually at my local Beauty Supply in the Bronx. The oil is a beautiful turquoise and smells like heaven. This product has a real upscale feel to it: the glass, the color and the fragrance. Each vial set me back $2.99. I'm starting to think this stuff is the best secret in town.
This is how I used this. I decided not to dump the whole container into my hair. I actually used a 4th or 5th. I have thick shoulder length hair and am happy that can stretch the vial over a bunch of shampoos.
Worked through my hair and applied Lustrasilk Treatment for the Hair (traitemento para el cabello). Left in for say an hour. What's wonderful is that the fragrance lasts for quite a while.
After blowing and ironing, my hair was sheer perfection, extremely manageable with salon style results. This conditioner even brightened the highlights of my hair. I would highly recommend this product. After I rinsed this out, I used Salerm 21 Silk Protein (also excellent - = $10.99) before blowing and ironing.
These products are made in Spain and offer little in the way of directions on the product, even in Spanish which I can figure out. But don't let the language be a barrier. If the label doesn't give you the necessary information it is readily obtained on the internet.
Give this a shot if you come by it. How often can you sample an upscale product by dropping $2.99?