This is basically a Garnier product in a L'Oreal bottle. L'Oreal owns Garnier, so I'm not surprised to see some dup products in their grab bag, but I am surprised they didn't change the scent. That green apple scent is a dead give away when product was meant for Garnier. I'm not a huge fan of the famous green apple scent. In this case, it has a hidden benefit though.
When I picked up this conditioner I was hoping for something along the lines of Aussie Curing Muddy, which was discontinued a long time ago and which I liked a lot. The L'Oreal edition is billed as being good for oily scalp and dry ends, which is my exact hair type - I have a naturally sebaceous scalp and I color my hair so the ends get dry. The consistency of the conditioner is nothing like the Curing Muddy, which actually tried to emulate mud. It's a light cream consistency like just about any other 'cone free conditioner in the drugstore. It is nice to be able to condition without worrying about getting it too close to my scalp for a change, I'll give it that.
What I found out this product is really useful for, kind of by accident, is second day hair. Unlike a lot of other conditioners, the scent remains strong through a second day, and it won't get that weird greasy sheen that silicone conditioners tend to get on the second day. If you need that kind of performance, give this one a try. I... don't really need that kind of performance, so I'm not going to repurchase. But I didn't feel it would be a complete review without mentioning that.