With a logo that says “drench to quench”, Herbal Essences Moisturizing Conditioner is expected to deliver excellent moisturizing effect that battles dryness comparable to the Sahara desert. My own hair was damaged with years of coloring. What can I say? I loved to experiment! While I was having fun with honey-tinted streaks, my hair was left with unflattering dryness. So I am giving Herbal Essences Moisturizing Conditioner and try. Let’s hope that it does a good job!
The formula was light yet creamy. In ribbon-like patterns, it was squeezed into my hands, one slice of ribbon layering on top of another. I was able to quickly spread it out and massage it into my hair. The formula was absorbed quickly and easily.
My hair has an overwhelming amount of volume and it needs A LOT of conditioner! But with Herbal Essences Moisturizing Conditioner, I was able to use only a handful.
After rinse, my hair was sleek and smooth. When it dried, my hair appeared shiny and healthy.
This product performed as it promised – it conditioned and hydrated.
Made from a delicious combination of orchard and coconut milk, Herbal Essences Hydrating Conditioner smells that delicious too. It felt so refreshing leaving the shower with a slight perfume in my hair.
Currently Herbal Essences is dedicating its packaging to up-and-coming artists. The bottle I am using contains Brooklyn Boston’s design. It’s a unique and authentic bottle. I must commend Herbal Essences for recognizing art.
For a drugstore brand, the cost is fair. A 23.7 oz bottle costs $6.99 at stores such as Walgreens.
My overall rating? 5/5
I really enjoyed using Herbal Essences Hydrating Conditioner. It not only conditioned my hair, but also hydrated it. I loved the way it made my hair feel and smell. Plus, the packaging is creative and cute. This is really a product I would recommend. I guess the catchy “Drench to Quench” logo really is true!