Product Review - Redken All Soft Heavy Cream Super Treatment
Product: Redken All Soft Heavy Cream Super Treatment
Can be purchased at: Ulta for $15.50 for 8.5oz (Got mine from a friend)
Redken All Soft Heavy Cream super treatment provides rich, deep conditioning for intense softness and frizz control on extremely dry, brittle hair. Advanced silkening formulas contain Redken's exclusive Interbond Conditioning System and illuminating Silk-Luxe Complex to provide dry hair with intense softness, replenishment and strength. Hair is wrapped in softness with increased manageability, movement and luminous shine.
After shampooing, apply to towel-dried hair. Leave on 5 minutes. Rinse thoroughly. Can be used on a regular basis or weekly as an intensive treatment.
I try to get a few uses out of a product so I can give a pretty thorough assessment. Sometimes you get different results depending on how and what you use it with, so I try to give something a few chances before giving up on it completely. I just finished off this 8.5 fl. oz tube and I think I got maybe 5 uses out of it. I used this conditioner both for deep conditioning on wet hair and as a prepoo on dry hair. It's called All Soft Heavy Cream and it is definitely that; very thick and heavy. I had a hard time distributing this cream through my hair (wet and dry). There was no way I could use my wide tooth comb to distribute it. The cream kind of hardens after letting it sit on your hair for a while. I've realized that I'm not a fan of very thick cream based products. Eventually I started applying it through my hair in small sections to make sure I got it into every strand. It also gives very little slip after rinsing. My hair did have some softness, but I was not wowed by this product at all. This product is kind of pricey. I got my tube from a friend of mine so I did not pay for it. For the results that I got I definitely would not purchase this product and would probably only use it if it was given to me or if I got it on clearance.
Has anyone else tried this product? What did you think?