‘Clinic plus’ reminds me of childhood. I still remember how much I used to love shampooing my hair with this product. And when I started growing up, I got to know the significance of switching shampoos and that was when I moved on from just being a ‘Clinic plus’ girl. Of lately, when I saw my friend using a Clinic plus conditioner I was excited to use it too- or wanted to have a feel of my childhood again. Read on to know my experience with this product.
What the product says:
Using only shampoo is not enough. It leaves your hair looking dry, rough and lifeless. Clinic plus soft and silky conditioner with milk protein and almond oil formula provides deep nourishment to smoothen hair from root to tip. Now get smooth silky that’s so soft to touch.
Directions for use:
1) Apply on entire length of hair after rinsing off shampoo.
2) Was off after 1 minute to get soft silky hair.
My Take on ‘Clinic Plus Soft And Silky Cream Conditioner’
It comes in an off-white soft plastic tube that has a blue color flip-open cap. The packaging material makes it easy to squeeze and does not become stiff in cold weather. It is a huge pro as I have seen products becoming hard in winter season and posing difficulties in usage. For travel friendliness, I would not say it is 100% safe to carry as I noticed some leakage of the conditioner when the tube was resting upside down. If you wish to use it in travelling, I would recommend going for those one time pouches.
The conditioner is white in color with semi-thick consistency. I find it little runny as compared to other conditioners because it always comes out more than required. It has a strong ‘clinic plus’ fragrance. If you have used clinic plus shampoo in childhood you will easily recognize the fragrance. Just like the shampoo, the conditioner also leaves the typical scent in hair but the intensity is much lesser than that of the product in the tube.
I have been using post-shampooing conditioners for quite a good time now, and most of them should be used on half hair length but the clinic plus cream conditioner is advised to be used on entire length of hair. I find it as a vast benefit as using the conditioner on full length is an easy task and does not require much time. Also, the leave-in time is just 1 minute, post which you can rinse off the product.
Speaking of the efficacy, as mentioned on the tube I left it on for 1 minute before rinsing it off. The results though were not that amazing except the softness it added to the hair. After every use, it makes the hair softer but that’s it. Being a conditioner, it was expected to tame frizz and make the hair look healthy. Unfortunately, both these aftereffects were not visible in my case.
It is formulated with milk protein and almond oil, and both these ingredients are considered good for hair health. Though the effects are not visible outside but if my hair roots are getting proper nourishment I would be more than happy.
What I like about ‘Clinic Plus Soft And Silky Cream Conditioner’
– Contains the goodness of milk protein and almond oil.
– Reasonable price as compared to other conditioners.
– Makes hair soft to touch.
– Leaves mild fragrance in hair.
– Application is easy as it can be applied on entire hair length.
What I do not like about ‘Clinic Plus Soft And Silky Cream Conditioner’
– It does not control frizz.
– It does not induce any extra shine in hair.
Price of ‘Clinic Plus Soft And Silky Cream Conditioner’: Rs 132 for 160 ml
Ingredients of ‘Clinic Plus Soft And Silky Cream Conditioner’:
Shelf life of ‘Clinic Plus Soft And Silky Cream Conditioner’: 36 months from packed.
BABE Rating: 3/5
Final Word: Formulated with milk protein and almond oil, Clinic plus soft and silky cream conditioner makes hair soft and fragrant. The reasonable price and easy of application are another go-to traits for this product. But if you are looking for a conditioner to tame frizz and add extra shine to the hair you may want to skip this one.
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