Mom Loves 2 Read: Dead Sea Salt Deep Hair Conditioner - Deeply Hydrating and Nourishing on Scalp & Hair #Review

Jul 18, 2014

Dead Sea Salt Deep Hair Conditioner - Deeply Hydrating and Nourishing on Scalp & Hair #Review

Dead Sea Salt Deep Hair Conditioner - Deeply Hydrating and Nourishing on Scalp & Hair

Made with Real Dead Sea Salt - 100% Pure and Genuine for an infusion of 21 Minerals Essential to Proper Skin and Hair Function.

Leaves Hair Looking Hydrated, Healthy and Silky.


Helps to Reduce the appearance of Dandruff and Dry, Flaky Scalp.

Aloe Vera Deeply Nourishes the Scalp and Hair - Hydrating it from Within.

Dead Sea Salt contains more than 21 skin and hair rebuilding minerals such as magnesium, calcium, sulfur, bromide, iodine, sodium, zinc and potassium.



My Review:
The first time I used this conditioner I wasn't sure I would like it.  While using it my scalp was tingling so I know something was happening.  It felt different from my usual conditioner on my wet hair and I was leary of how well it would rinse out.  Later, after my hair was dry, I began styling my hair and it felt so soft and clean.  I loved how soft and silky my hair felt.  It was the conditioner working.
After several uses I still love how soft and silky my hair is after it is dry.  I do not use this conditioner every day but once a week and love the results.  Dead Sea Salt Deep Hair Conditioner from Andovia receives a huge recommendation from this blogger!

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1 comment :

  1. Hmmm, this sounds like an interesting product! I have "picky" hair so I'm always looking for conditioners that give me that silky, soft feeling. I might have to try this myself. :) Thanks for sharing.

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