My Review of Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner

Updated on November 20, 2019
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My review of Palmer's Coconut Oil Formula Leave-In Conditioner for dry, damaged or colour treated hair.
My review of Palmer's Coconut Oil Formula Leave-In Conditioner for dry, damaged or colour treated hair.

Background and Important Info

I purchased this product for £3.99 from Bodycare; I was not sent this product in return for a review. This review is unbiased and features my honest opinions and experiences with this product.

A year ago I carried out two bleaching treatments, at home, on my hair to take it from medium-dark brown to white (details of the process can be found here). I then dyed my hair a very vivid purple. After these treatments, my hair was left dry and in need of some TLC. I would deep condition my hair in the shower, however, I still struggled to get a brush or a comb through it after washing it. As such, I decided that my best option would be to get a leave-in conditioner to use in conjunction with my deep conditioning treatments in the shower.

This review is being written after using this product for a year, multiple times per week. The length of my hair had grown from shoulder length to medium-long. As a result, I use this product liberally.

How I Used This Product

The instructions as written on the bottle state:

"Spray product throughout towel dried or damp hair. Comb through ends to coat hair with conditioning proteins. Do not rinse. Style as desired. Can be used throughout the day as needed."

I used this product as directed by the instructions. After washing and conditioning my hair in the shower, as usual, I use a towel to remove the excess water from my hair and then leave it to air dry for five or so minutes. I then spray the product liberally all over the roots and the lengths of my hair, using my hands to help work it in. I then use a comb to separate my hair and create my parting. I switch to a vented radial brush to slowly brush out my hair and distribute the product throughout the hair. I then leave it to air dry and style as I wish.

The outside packaging of the Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner that I have been using for over a year
The outside packaging of the Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner that I have been using for over a year

Results

The first thing you notice upon spraying this product is the lovely smell. I am not usually a fan of coconut smells as I find them to be overpowering, however, the coconut when paired with the monoi oil in the formula creates a subtle but luxurious smell.

I use this product liberally. Without the product, I cannot get my brush or comb through my hair, and it tangles worse trying to fix it. With this product, I can get my brush from the roots to the end of my long hair on the second or third stroke, and the tangles come out almost instantly.

Once my hair dries, it feels so silky soft and smooth, and it looks so shiny and healthy. I've even noticed a dramatic reduction in split ends since I started using this product! There is no residue and Palmer's Leave-In Conditioner makes my hair so manageable that I do not need to use it on days when I am not washing it.

It is safe to say that I absolutely adore this conditioner, and I would never ever be without it again! It has revolutionised my haircare routine, and it gives me such a peace of mind knowing that my hair is not damaged and dry. I will most likely continue to use this product indefinitely as it feels so good for my hair!

Important Points to Note

I use this product very liberally as my hair is getting quite long. Despite this constant use, my first bottle lasted me 11 months and I only recently had to buy a replacement. I feel as though this is outstanding value for money and makes it a must-have!

This product is also ethically and sustainably sourced and is cruelty-free, which is a big plus for me morally. The product also contains no sulfates, no parabens, no phthalates, no mineral oil, no gluten and no dyes; making it as natural as possible

Conclusion

It's safe to say that I absolutely adore Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner. It has become an absolute staple in my hair-care routine, and I honestly could never go without it again.

The results speak for themselves, my hair has never felt or looked so good. Considering how great value for money this product is, how ethical the product is, and how much it improves the condition of my hair; recommending this conditioner is an absolute no-brainer for me!

My Rating

5 stars for Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner

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