Charles Worthington • Takeaways Hair Healer Leave in • Conditioner
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love this product! It really is an intensive leave-in conditioner. I don't use it everyday. I like to use this once a week or so, when I've been too lazy to take the time to use a more traditional deep conditioner. You just pump out a few drops and work it in. It's a very easy to work with light lotion and it absorbs nicely. I personally love the smell...it's definitely men's cologne! It leaves my hair as soft or softer than any deep conditioner, but without the time commitment...this only takes seconds! Also, there seem to be alot of botanicals in the ingredient list and no 'cones I believe. Finally, you can't beat the price. I've repurchased this a couple of times already. It can be hard to find, so stock up when you do!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
The product I have (RESULTS hair healer intensive leave-in conditioner)does not exactly match this listing in name, but it's the closest I could find. This is a beautiful product, and it deserves a dual listing in the hair styling product category. In fact, I use a rinse-out conditioner so I can get a comb through my hair before applying this. I have long, fine, fairly dry, wavy/curly caucasian hair. It's in good shape, but I have to baby it, so I always let it dry naturally, and on its own it can look anywhere from good to frizzball - depending on the humidity, how active I am while it's drying, how much air is circulating around, whether I left it wrapped in a towel too long before combing it out... With this product, as long as I get my hair to a fairly wet state before applying a small amount (just smear a little between your palms, pat it all over the hair, scrunch if you want to enhance curls, and mold bangs or otherwise shape hair - don't try rubbing it in at all), my hair dries with softness, gloss, and much needed control, and stays looking good until the next shampoo. I haven't noticed any buid-up problems either. I rate it very favorably over the Fekkai Glossing Cream or Luscious Curls, though both of these do help some in acheiving my goal - just less well and at greater cost. However, I've found that the Fekkai can make you look greasy if you go just the littlest bit overboard, while the Worthington is way more forgiving.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
This is an awesome leave-in conditioner for my dry,damaged hair!! It leaves my hair so silky and soft:) Overall, my hair lookes healthier and smoother since I've started using it. The first time I used it, I used way too much, and my hair was greasy. Now, I just use a tiny bit, and it works perfectly. The smell is a bit annoying..just like men's cologne, but it does fade. THis is a definate haircare staple for me.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I've used this twice and I love, love love it. It is a leave in conditioner in a pump bottle. The consistancy is very nice and distributes well through damp hair. This conditioner really makes my color damaged hair very soft and silky and shiny. The smell is a bit overwhelming, that is the only negative but it works so well, it is something I'll overlook.