Review: Himalaya Herbal Protein Conditioner Colour Protect

 

Image Courtesy of Himalaya Health Care


A unique herbal formulation that gently conditions, nourishes and protects your coloured hair, giving it that true-colour look longer. Softens, smoothens & repairs to give you radiant, healthy looking hair.

Key Ingredients:

  • Bitter Melon & Passion Fruit: Effective natural hair and scalp conditioners for coloured hair.
  • Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) & Wheat Germ: Rich sources of natural proteins.

This is how the actual Himalaya Herbal Protein Conditioner Colour Protect look like. It looked exactly like the image from the website. I received this during Himalaya’s workshop early last month. The texture is very thick that it was pretty hard to dispense, you got to shake it hard so that the conditioner comes to the bottom by the nozzle.

The nozzle is at the bottom of the bottle which is pretty standard for hair conditioners. Since the conditioner is so thick, I can’t really get a proper amount when I dispense and that has lead some leftovers on the nozzle which is pretty wasteful.

How to use?

Massage it on wet hair and scalp, rinse thoroughly and repeat if necessary.

Experience?

Upon applying this right after I shampooed my hair, my hair felt very smooth at that moment. You know it when at times when you are conditioning your hair, there will be lots of strands of hair coming off but I notice it’s much lesser with this. It smelt pleasant, the trouble with this is to dispense the conditioner wasn’t easy. It also helped to ease hair tangle while combing.

Verdict?

I would like to love this conditioner however it doesn’t quench the thirst of my hair for moisture. I cleanse my hair in late evening and by the next morning it already felt rough. My hair is extremely dry, I had to use hair mask as conditioner previously. I can’t say much if it does anything for colored hair because my hair color has already faded and I did not color my hair while I’m using this. It was recommended to use on scalp but I never did because I was afraid that it could be too oily.

Where to find and how much?

They are available in our local supermarket, drugstores and Himalaya outlets with the retail price of MYR22.90 for  200ml. Prices offered by retailers may differ from current promotion, discount and offer.

PROs:

  • Smoothness on hair while using it
  • Tangle free hair while combing

CONs:

  • Not moisturizing enough
  • Dispensing was difficult

My rating:2.8/5

xoxo,
Traclyn Yeoh
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Traclyn

A Malaysian beauty blogger expressing her views on beauty and life's other superficial aspects. Not to mention, beauty tutorials to appease the die-hard beauty junkies.

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