Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Dead Sea Salt Hair Conditioner
Everybody washes their hair with shampoo or some sort of soap, but not everybody uses hair conditioner. Have you heard of the Adovia Dead Sea Salt Deep Hair Conditioner? It leaves your hair looking hydrated, healthy and silky, while helping to reduce the appearance of dandruff and dry, flaky scalp. It's made with real dead sea salt for an infusion of 21 Minerals Essential to Proper Skin and Hair Function.
For this review, I received one bottle of Adovia Dead Sea Salt Deep Hair Conditioner! It smells awesome and it does make your hair feel soft. This hair conditioner has a lot of great ingredients, but I was disappointed in many of the ingredients, which are linked below. Since this conditioner has these ingredients, that I would not want to use, I can not recommend this hair conditioner.
Demineralised water (aqua) & dead sea water, cetyl alcohol, cetrimonium chloride (29%), mineral oil, isopropyl myristate, glycerin, lanolin, fragrance (parfum), polyquaternium-7, propylene glycol & chamomile (anthemis nobilis) extract & algae extract & papaya (carica papaya) extract & aloe vera (barbadensis) gel, grape (vitis vinifera) seed oil, sweet almond (prunus amygdalus dulcis) oil, carrot (daucus carota) seed oil, olive (oleaeuropaea) oil, shea butter (butyrospermum parkii), tocopheryl acetate (vit e), dead sea minerals (sea salt), methylchloroisothiazolinone, methylisothiazolinone.
Here’s what Adovia has to say about their Hair Conditioner:
The Adovia Dead Sea mineral hair conditioner is a hair balm, that protects your hair from damaging influences, making it much easier to manage. It's made with a specially formulated blend of Dead Sea minerals, natural wild flowers and essential oils to protect your hair. It helps to make your hair look healthy, shiny and keeps it easy to manage.
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