The product arrived within a few days of the purchase! I would recommend this product to anyone who has slightly frizzy hair and/or dry hair.
The directions state to use a dime sized amount, but I have thick, long hair, so I used about a silver dollar amount the first time and a quarter sized amount the second time. I applied the conditioner, waited about three minutes (the directions state to wait two minutes), and then rinsed it out the first time. There were quite a few tangles as I combed through my hair. The second time I decided to wait about four or five minutes and there were no tangles when combing my hair.
With naturally curly, thick hair, combing through it after a shower can sometimes be a chore. There was definitely less breakage that I had to pull out of the comb. After just combing my hair, I went out for a few hours and let my hair air dry. I did not use any other product so that I could see how good the conditioner, used with my regular Suave Keratin Infusion shampoo, would really work. I'll let you be the judge:
My hair sometimes feels like straw the day after using shampoo and conditioner, but a day after, my hair was still soft, shiny, and manageable!
As far as the scent, it is hardly noticeable. I have to be careful with shampoos and conditioners that I use because too much scent bothers my husband. He didn't complain at all, so I knew I had a winner!
Adovia Dead Sea Salt Deep Hair Condition can be purchased through amazon.com for $19 and ships free. In the next few weeks, I will be reviewing other Adovia products and am excited to experience more of the great product line.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
This is a sponsored post as I received money to post my experience using the free Adovia product .