Jun
17
2011

Employee Pick and Review of Bumble and Bumble Seaweed Conditioner

This review seemed especially appropriate considering the time of year. I know I’m not the only person to hanker for beaches and water during the summer, and Bumble & Bumble Seaweed conditioner just seemed like the perfect product to spotlight. It’s a lightweight daily detangler and conditioner, something that I’m always looking for in the summer. More water exposure means dryer hair that needs more moisture, and this conditioner promises moisturized hair. Made with marine greens, the conditioning formula nourishes, softens, and helps manage freshly-washed hair.

I kind of love this stuff! I’m a fan after trying it. Not only did a whiff of the clean, fresh smell make me long for the beach, this rich conditioner is much more than just a simple hair moisturizer or detangler. The scent is great. It smells clean, with none of the heavy, cloying perfumes that can clash horribly with any other scent you wear. Yes, it helps get those pesky knots out of your hair, as it promises *especially if you have long, thick, or coarse hair* but it calms the cuticle as well, giving you velvety-smooth hair in just one step. It works best if you use it in combination with Bumble & Bumble Seaweed Shampoo.

I used this with the Seaweed Shampoo, and my hair has never felt so soft. It feels healthy, smooth, and it smells fresh. If you have color-treated, damaged, or chemically treated hair, it’s perfect for you: Your hair will be moisturized and it will look great.

Just place a quarter sized amount in the palm of your hand and smooth it through your hair. If you have long, coarse, or thick hair that tangles easily, comb the conditioner through, and then rinse out in the shower. No more tangles, no more flyaway hair, and no more frizzies. Bumble and Bumble Seaweed Conditioner won’t weigh your hair down, and you won’t be left with limp, lifeless hair, either.

Anybody else use Bumble and Bumble hair products? Tell me about them. Like them? Don’t like them? Let me know on Twitter, Facebook, or just leave me a comment here on the blog.

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