Saturday, 17 August 2013

Elucence Moisture Balancing Conditioner


Promises: Boosts moisture levels with lipids & proteins; adds softness & silkiness with essentials triglycerides; provides effortless combing to minimize breakage; dual-purpose conditioner & leave-in treatment; as a leave-in, provides continuous moisturizing.

Directions: After shampooing, blot excess moisture. Apply sufficient amount for even coverage. Allow to remain on hair for 1 minute, then rinse. As a lave-in treatment for excessively dry hair, apply small amount to damp hair and comb through. Continue styling as usual.

Ingredients: Panax Ginseng root extract, cetraria islandia (Irish Moss) extract, saccharomyces cerevisiea (Brewer's Yeast) extract, Gingko Biloba extract, pimpinella anisum (Anise) fruit extract, prunis persica (Peach) extract in purified water, hexadecanol, stearakonium chloride, certimonium bromide, Squalane (olive oil lipid), Capric Caprillic Triglycerides (coconut fatty acids), Panthenol (pro-vitamin USP), Biotin (USP), imisazolidinyl urea, methylparaben (USP), fragrance.

REVIEW: I’m just going to get to the point with this DC, it didn’t give me what I was looking for or expected on both the occasions I used it :/

Here is what I was expecting as per the bottle soft, moisturized and silky hair after using this conditioner. My hair did not feel soft or moisturized as I had expected, it felt some what as if I had used a light/medium protein treatment o.O My hard was not hard by me saying that but it was somewhat coarse after the DC session.

I will they the following though, it did aid very well in detangling, it has mad slip and a little goes a very long way, even better if you spritz with water to stretch the conditioner application.

Also the smell is divine, it smells of ‘perfect ripened peaches’ it is awesome.

The consistency is a nice smooth, creamy and medium thick consistency.









The DC applied to my hair, detangled each section and twist it up and head to sit under my steamer.









After my DCing session under my steamer for 30mins; as you can see the DC have adsorbed into the hair.



After the DC is rinsed thoroughly form my hair.


With that being said I have used it as a leave-in treatmnt as of yet, I have about 3/4 – 1/2 of the bottle left so I have enough to get a few leave-in session for testing and some more DC experimentation.

I gave it 3 out of 5 as I did get what I expected or what it promises so far, I know this DC have a good cult following. but it did work for me so far in terms of soft, moisturised hair. Detangling ease yes.

Would I buy it again, so far nah, unless my hair changes and start responding to it and I get mad butta soft hair. i will do another review when I test it out as a leave-in. To say how it works.

Anyways that is all I have for now, have you tried this conditioner and what are your experience?

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Rating: 3/5


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