Superdrug Naturals Coconut & Sweet Almond Intensive Conditioner (Can't find on website)
I was going to say that I've been on a bit of a spending ban but I'm not.. I'm just skint so can't physically buy anything even if I wanted to! However I came across this in Superdrug whilst in town with some friends who were all splashing out with their freshly received bursaries (no jealousy here!). It was priced at £1.49 which I decided wasn't going to break the bank and may satisfy my craving to buy things (for a couple of hours at least!). When I got to the till this actually scanned at 99p - even better!
I had previously read a few raving reviews on this stuff so I was quite excited to try it and whilst sceptical I did have fairly high hopes. I have used it a few times now and so am ready to give my verdict! I actually really like this stuff. The first time I used it in the shower, while it was on my hair I didn't feel like it was doing much. Even with normal conditioner you kind of expect your hair to instantly feel silky smooth while it has conditioner in it but I just wasn't getting that from this. However, I had made this mistake before with the John Frieda Deep Conditioner so I made sure I left it on for the full five minutes and didn't give up hope.
Sure enough, when it came to the drying I could feel that my hair was feeling SO soft. It had a really nice shine to it and of course - smelt gorgeous! Since that first try I have used a comb to brush it through my hair in the shower (which it does actually tell you do to) and it has made a difference to the initial feeling of your hair before washing the conditioner out.
I'm not actually sure how much this usually is as the shelf price made me think that it was already on offer as it had one of those 'now only £1.49' stickers or something like that, but as I said at the till it was actually 99p. I know from previous reviews that I have read that its not expensive anyway and it actually comes in a 375ml tub which I think is quite a lot! This is definitely comparable to the John Frieda Deep Conditioner which is what I have been using this in place of and at that price I'm not as weary of using it every time I wash my hair rather than once a week as I do with the John Frieda. I'm not saying this performs miracles but it is a really nice conditioner that leaves your hair soft and shiny and smelling gorgeous. Worth trying!