Boots intensive hair treatment comes in big plastic containers with screw top lid. I am not a big fan of tubs or big container packages & prefer to have a squeeze tubes for conditioners. The mouth of the tub is not big enough to get my hands taking out the product, so I have to use a spatula every time. Also once you reach to half of the tub, need to store it upside down to take out the product easily. Certainly not one of the best packaging’s around.
The texture is a like a thick & creamy batter which gets diluted & spread easily. Fortunately it smells nothing like egg but has got slight whispers of beer which doesn’t sound too bad. It leaves my hair feeling silky & smooth. Not something very impressive but does adds some extra strength to roots to cope up with the environmental factors. I can see some noticeable shine & mass in my hair with fewer strands on the floor & on my comb. Though I don’t have any complaints with the product but couldn’t find anything extraordinary too to take the pain of getting this from outside. It keeps the hair soft, manageable adding some shine & mass ( which I get from most of the conditioners meant for dry & thin hair). My main concern is that I have coloured hair & this doesn’t do much to shield the colour. So since a month I have shifted to Sunsilk Keratinology range & loving it completely.
- Soft creamy texture
- Keeps the hair soft, manageable adding some shine & mass
- The big tub packaging.
- Fragrance. The slight beer smell may not impress everyone. I am not particularly fond of it.
- Availability issues.
It’s a nice regular hair care product which keeps hair silky smooth with some added shine. If you don’t detest beer smell a good one to try out.