TRESemme • Vitamin E Moisture Rich Conditioner • Conditioner
|Would buy this product again.||69%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I've used Tresemme conditoners for more than two decades, with very good results. But it's dangerous to get too used to a Tresemme product, because the company is notorious for reformulating and screwing up what's good. Lately they changed the formula of my Naturals conditioner, which was my HG, and made it unusable for me. So I decided to go back and try my old standby, Moisture Rich, which was good but contained silicones.
I actually have a stash of several old Moisture Rich bottles, and when I took a look at the labels, I found that Tresemme has been steadily increasing the amount of silicone in this product and decreasing the good oils. On my oldest bottle, silicone was 15th in line on the label.....which is very doable. Now, silicone is the THIRD ingredient. Why?
I tried to use the new formula, but the huge amounts of silicone made my hair crunchy and dry like straw. It actually rustled when I touched it. I guess Tresemme and I will part ways after 20 years.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is the best non-salon conditioner for me so far. My hair is very fine and very oily. But at the same time if I don't use a heavy conditioner, then it gets all staticky and dry. I got tired of spending too much for salon products, some of which aren't even as good as this one anyway. I forgot that I even had this, but I found it in my bathroom and began using it. It moisturizes my hair, detangles it, leaves it feeling smooth, and I'm able to run my fingers through my hair in the shower. I recently used a bad hair-color, which left my hair very brittle, dry, more prone to breakage and to being tangled. I'm so happy I started using this conditioner. It helps to detangle it and to leave it smoother. And the price is good.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Good product. Better than the $1 Suave I have been buying. Ever since I dyed my hair, it's been very hard to manage; tangly and hard to brush out! I couldn't even run my fingers through my hair. But using this has helped alot. I got a BIIIG bottle for only $3 at Superstore, and it came with a pump which is ideal for me!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought this product on a whim since I was out of hair conditioner. I saw the price of this which was $3.75 at Walmart for a huge 32oz salon sized one with a pump (normally it doesn't come with a pump, so I wanted this cause I have petite hands & don't want to constantly drop the bottle due to the massive size) so I was like "why not?"
I used it later on that night, & the result is: AMAZING. My hair is so ridiculously soft that I thought it was a fluke. Crossing my fingers hoping the result would be exactly the same & it was. It made my normal, yet dry, damaged straight hair so soft once again. My hair isn't frizzy anymore. Also, this conditioner isn't heavy at all so it doesn't weigh my hair down. Furthermore, the smell is just like any other shampoo, nothing special at least in my opinion.
But overall, this product is repurchase for sure.
Side note: If you're lucky, you can get a great deal on this at Target when they have that buy 2 for 1 price packaging where you get the shampoo and conditioner. c:
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love this product. I have black curly tightly coiled hair and I find this to be an amazing conditioner compared to the conditioners specifically for my hair type. I've used this for three years with no problems. I usually leave my conditioner on for an extra 5 minutes to what the bottle says. And my hair feels soft, moisturised and smelling great, I love it. I'll never switch. I then follow on with Tresemme heat protect mousse and a hair oil, before blow drying. Perfect. I recommend to anyone.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
This conditioner works best if you bring out the excess of water from your hair first (with the towel) and then apply it to your damp hair, works 100% best than applying it on dripping hair. This made my hair healthy sometimes, but greasy most of them... overall it is indeed moiturizing, but there are better conditioners out there.
The consistency is really thick, quite a mess to wash from hair.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
PROS: Not sure I have any pros for this except that the scent is not terrible. It's very inexpensive.
CONS: Not near enough moisture for my dry hair.
ALTERNATES: Any of the suave alternates for dry hair would be better, in my opinion. I really like the new Tresemme one for split end repair called Split Remedy, I think.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Red Eyes: Green
this is an AMAZING conditioner. it has a silicone ingredient in it, further down the list. Silicone ingredients are suppossed to be bad or whatever, but, I love this stuff. The big deal for me, is, even when i air dry (meaning towel-dried well, and then brushed and in a clip), it STILL will look very good. it doesnt have that sticky feeling when i am blowdrying it straight, or after it dries. it smells VERY nice, not like cheap perfume, as Pantene does. i get a bottle that is over 30 oz as opposed to the 25 oz i see at places like dollar General. it is under $3.50. this stuff is MUCH better than many salon conditioners I use. it is on par with 2 Sally's conditioners i use that are not on the cheapy end. i love it. my hair is easy to brush and comb thru. also, i dont get dandruff from it. most ppl have said to me *but conditioner goes on your ends, not near your scalp*. trust me, it kinda coats and travels, sort of like when you melt butter in a skillet. My daughter also uses it and it works quite well for her also. it's a keeper. and the big bottle lasts us both a month, and we use it 4x a week each. we dont have massive amounts of hair, but, we have a lot of hair. so, for it to last a month, a little bit goes kind of a long way. it coats the hair well, and doesnt feel slippery, or like it doesnt want to be there, if you're understanding me. buying tons more in the future.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I don't think this is quite as good as the Tresemme Smooth & Silky Conditioner, but it's still much better than most supermarket & salon crap. I would've liked a slightly 'more moisturizing' formula but there's only so much a conditioner can do right? Still, I think I found HG with their Smooth conditioner.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I have been using this conditioner for about 2 months now and I am really satisfied with the results it yield for my hair. I am Asian, with black wavy-curly frizzy-dry hair. I was using L'Oreal Paris EverSleek Shampoo and Conditioner for frizzy hair previously and the results only showed after about 6 months. As my hair grew longer, I was using more conditioner each time and L'Oreal EverSleek range was pretty expensive over here in Singapore (250ml in a tube for SGD14.90) so after reading raving reviews on TRESemme's conditioner, I decided to give it a try. At SGD14.90 for 900ml, it's a much cheaper alternative even though it isn't 100% sulphate free. However, the sulphate isn't giving me any problems after these 2 months though. I'm still using my remaining L'Oreal Eversleek shampoo along with the conditioner and the results are really satisfying. My hair is less frizzy and I have less 'fly away' strands of hair. Will consider buying TRESemme's shampoo range after my current shampoo runs out.