Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner Review

Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner
Hi Everyone! Summers are here and so is the frizz. Tell me about it? I am someone who loves summers by the way but not the frizz.

I have been eying to get a leave in conditioner, the ogx argan oil did not seem to work through the summers. Although, it is a pretty good product, it just does not seem enough. So, did I find my holy grail frizz beater product? Well! You are about to find out.

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Price of Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner:

INR 560 for 250 ml bottle.

Product Description of Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner:

Source: https://uk.palmers.com/coconut-oil-formula/120-strengthening-leave-in-conditioner.html

It contain ethically and sustainably sourced Coconut Oil and Tahitian Monoȉ, infused with Tiaré flower petals. These raw, natural ingredients deeply hydrate, repair damage and give hair incredible shine. Palmer’s® Coconut Oil Leave In Conditioner instantly detangles, putting an end to tugging and pulling at knotty, unruly hair. With a few sprays hair has instant slip and silkiness for easier comb-through and styling. Hair nourishing emollients fortify hair, control frizz, reduce split ends and give hair healthy-looking shine.

Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner

Directions to use:

Spray Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave In Conditioner throughout towel dried or damp hair. Comb through to ends to coat hair with conditioning proteins. Do not rinse. Style as desired.

Can be used throughout the day as needed.

Packaging of Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner:

Talking about the packaging it has a simple, classic and workable packaging. It comes in a plastic bottle with the spay dispenser. I really feel that the packaging is thought through in terms of the colours, as the colours being white and brown. Also, it has all the information it really needs to give, i.e. about the product being free from parabens, sulphates, dye, no added mineral oil and gluten free as well. It is not travel friendly as the size is quite big. You cannot carry it around on a daily basis.

Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner

Fragrance and Texture of Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner:

The product smells of coconut ice-cream I would say. If you have ever been to naturals, it has the exact smell I would say. I love naturals coconut ice-cream by the way. Okay! Moving on talking about the texture it has a water like consistency and texture. It is not sticky at all.

My experience with Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner:

Talking about my hair, I have coloured hair. I have had Ombre for good 4-5 months ago now. This summer my hair have been a lot frizzy. I have heard good things about Palmer. So, I bought this one.

The spray bottle works very well and dispenses just the right amount of product. It does not dispense insane amount of the product which works really well. The leave in conditioner is meant for colour treated dry and damaged hair. It gets absorbed really easily. All you have to do is scrunch the product. I use it on my coloured ends only. Although it does not make my hair oily or sticky. I don’t really like using it towards the scalp area.

Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner

It does not weigh does your hair or makes it feel heavy.

Does the Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner Work?

I mostly use this on my towel dried or damp hair. But, it works well for dry hair as well. It gets absorbed in the hair cuticles when the hair is wet and tames the frizz of the hair. My hair has become more manageable and soft with the continuous use of the product. It does control the frizz for one day I would say. If you are staying indoors, you are good till the next time you wash your hair. But, if you are going outdoors, you really need to respray it.

One of the other ways of using this is using it as a pre-bed-time treatment. I spray it on my hair before I go to bed and spread it with my fingers.

Palmer's Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner

While you are using it on damp hair. It is best that you do it with a tangle teaser or wet brush so that the product gets evenly spread on the hair. It does add shine to your hair and makes it tangle free as well.

Also, it makes your ends look and feel healthy. Proper nourishing and moisturization prevents the split end as well. But, remember this is not a miracle product. You will have to wait and use it for good amount of time to see the results.

Also, you just need 2-3 sprays and not a lot of product for each application. In case you use a lot of product, your hair would not look greasy, but it would feel over moisturized when you touch it. That is not a good feeling at all.

Fun fact:

It contains Monoi. Monoi oil is made by soaking the petals of tiara flowers in coconut oil. The oil is believed to have the property of making your skin look young and hair soft.

Now summing up the Pros and Cons:

Pros of Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner:

  • Convenient sprays dispenser.
  • Makes hair frizz free and soft.
  • Adds shine to hair.
  • Your hair will be more manageable.
  • Does not contain sulphates, parabens, gluten.
  • Does not have added dyes, phthalates.
  • Do not need a lot of product for each application

Cons of Palmer’s Coconut Oil Leave-In Conditioner:

  • None

Final verdict/ Rating of MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation:

5/5

I will definitely repurchase it and recommend it to anyone looking for a good leave in conditioner with very less chemical ingredients.

Thank you so much for reading,

Until next time!!

Love,

Ridhima

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