Adovia Mineral Balsam Conditioner Review #hairconditioner

Image courtesy Adovia via Tomoson

Image courtesy Adovia via Tomoson

Most of my life I’ve had long hair. Since adolescence I’ve had curly long hair. This fact makes conditioning an important and essential part of my hair care routine. The more moisture my hair has the less frizzy it gets and the easier it cooperates with my styling techniques. No one likes having hair tangles either.

I was given the opportunity to try out a Dead Sea Mineral #hairconditioner from Adovia via Tomoson. Years ago I tried a Dead Sea mineral body lotion and really liked it so I felt trying it out for my hair would be a good idea.


Item description:

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.

One of my pet peaves in skin and hair care is fragrance. This smelled like an old perfume from Avon an elderly friend of my mom had when I was a kid, blech. The conditioner was a little on the thin side and didn’t feel like it was coating my hair the way I felt it should. I used it on myself and my two daughters to not the greatest results. Our hair felt a little plasticky and not at all silky and easy to comb like I’d hoped. Trying to comb out the knots in our hair was a huge challenge. Styling it was a nightmare. Even trying to keep my hair curly was thwarted and I ended up with a frizzy mess.

Needless to say I was disappointed with the results of this conditioner. My hopes were high, but for curly hair that tends to be dry and my daughter’s wavy hair that tangles easily this conditioner did not do the trick for us. Maybe for others with thinner or finer hair this would work. For us it didn’t.

As far as packaging goes it was sent well packaged. Almost a little too well packaged because I almost cut myself trying to get the clear tape off the bottle that was holding the screw cap and flip top secured to the bottle for shipping.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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