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Monday, 2 February 2015

Madara GLOSS AND VIBRANCY CONDITIONER

Hello,

today I am reviewing a Madara GLOSS AND VIBRANCY CONDITIONER. I am sorry to say that but this has been another disappointing product from Madara. Earlier I have tried and reviewed a Madara's Gloss and Vibrancy shampoo which gave me dandruff and made my head itch like crazy.
Still, I was hoping that Madara Gloss and Vibrancy conditioner would be a better product. It also has good reviews on the internet. And the manufacturer's description sounded promising.

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Madara GLOSS AND VIBRANCY CONDITIONER

The producer says that Gloss and Vibrancy conditioner will  nourish and strengthen the hair. It will prevent dry ends, calm down the scalp and give you silky hair. It is also supposed to help detangle the hair. Sounds good but...

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Madara GLOSS AND VIBRANCY CONDITIONER

In reality this conditioner is just average and certainly not worth the price - about 12 euros. When used together with a gentle shampoo (for example Bentley Organic shampoo for frequent use) it does help a bit with  detangling the hair.  It makes the hair  a bit smoother but apart from that Madara GLOSS AND VIBRANCY CONDITIONER doesn't do anything else.

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I mean it doesn't give enough of moisture, doesn't strengthen the hair, doesn't nourish the hair either.

I have also used Madara Gloss and Vibrancy Conditioner together with Gloss and Vibrancy shampoo, as recommended by the producer. I was hoping that maybe this combo will work better. Unfortunately it didn't. And my hair isn't too "demanding". It has natural colour, it is not damaged, not dry but it tangles easily. All I was looking for was a bit of moisture and detangling action.

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A quick summary of Madara GLOSS AND VIBRANCY CONDITIONER:

Pros:
  • vegan
  • cruelty free
  • recycled bottle
  • natural ingredients
  • helps a bit with detangling the hair
  • smoothes the hair a bit

Cons:

  • price
  • doesn't hydrate the hair
  • no strengthening action
  • no promised silkiness

Ingredients: Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Distearylethyl, Dimonium Chloride, Betaine, Glycerin, D-panthenol, Betula Alba, Lactic Acid, Vaccinium Macrocarpon, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Mica (CI 77019), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Benzyl Alcohol, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Aroma, Limonene.

I don't recommend this product at all. If you want a good natural conditioner go for Sante Brilliant Care hair conditioner or Faith in Nature Ginko Biloba.

Greetings and thank you for reading,

Joanna

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