Friday, October 07, 2011

Suki Daily Conditioner Reviews

Review of Suki Daily Conditioner Revitalising
Anisa B

Packaging: Suki Daily Conditioner Revitalising comes in a 150ml metal tube . The product is packaged well and dispenses easily and hygienically. The bottle is opaque so you cannot see how much is left.

Formulation: This conditioner has quite a runny texture, it smells herbally but not strong or unpleasant in any way. I feel that a lot can come out at times due to the texture of the product.

Ingredients: The ingredients for Suki Daily Conditioner Revitalising are: organic rose infusion, organic jojoba oil, organic yerba protein, hyaluronic acid, linoleic acid, 100% natural non-gmo vitamin e, hydrolyzed rice protein, organic neem, lavender & rosemary extracts, cetearyl alcohol, organic horse chestnut & horsetail extracts, aroma, sorbitol, honeysuckle flower extrac) As you can tell, there are no parabens, artificial colours, or obvious irritants in this product.

Results: I used Suki Daily Revitalising Conditioner for a few weeks and my thoughts are that it is a light conditioner, ideal for fine/limp hair as it does not weigh the hair down but it doesn’t necessarily add much moisture to the hair or ‘revitalise’ it in any way that is obvious. Personally, I don’t think it did much to my hair – good or bad. I wouldn’t really recommend it, as it is quite expensive for a conditioner that doesn’t really have much of an effect.

The pros of this Suki Daily Conditioner Revitalising are:
• Smells nice
• Good ingredients
• Easily dispensable tube
• Light textured conditioner for fine/normal hair

The cons are:
• Expensive
• Does not add much moisture/improve the condition of hair much

Suki Daily Conditioner Revitalising (£28) and other Suki products are available at

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