Discussion in 'Hair Care Tips & Product Review Discussion' started by YummyC, Jan 9, 2005.
Has anyone tried the dove intense moisture shampoo or cond. for dry damaged hair?
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I tried it when it forst came out, but didn't like it too much. Then again, I am natural, so it might be different for a relaxed preson.
its okay...wont buy it again. my hair seemed to love this stuff when I first bc'd.
I use the conditioner and love it! Gives me alot of slip considering all the new growth I have from transitioning. I'm going to alternate it with either CON conditioner or Suave tender apple conditioner cuz I don't want my hair to get used to it.
i really want to try it again...i also tried it after my b/c and it was great...i finished off the bottle months later...i always wash my hair in the shower...but for some reason it made me itch till i got back in again...i dont know if i didnt rinse well or it turned on me lol....oh yea i used the conditioner
I use this nearly everytime I conditioner wash. I love it.
I bought the sample sizes when I had to go on a two-week business trip and couldn't bring all of my usual stuff. They did a great job on my hair and I ended up buying large bottles of both products when I got home. I think I will use these maybe one week out of four when I just don't feel like doing the whole routine. Used that way, they do seem to be fine.
i have samples of it but i never used them. maybe i'll give them a go this week since you mentioned it.
I didn't like it. It made my hair too soft which in turn caused it to break even more.
I love the Dove moisturizing conditioner. It really softens my hair and detangles well. I would alternate it with something else though, I think when I use to use it alll the time my hair would get use to it and it would not be as effective. Then again, that happens I think with most of my conditioners. Its really good to keep in rotation . I always go back to it. It seems to work better after I haven't used it for a while. I know Tracy introduced it to the board and Lady Joli uses it as well. Pretty good stuff
How much does the conditioner cost?
i always have the 1.00 off cooupons for it...so less than 2 bucks if you get the smallest container (12 oz)..the most ive seen it at drug stores for is 4.99 for the larger bottles.
I love the Dove Intense Moisture and Intense Daily Moisture Conditioners. I was a little skeptical about Dove products at first, because I thought they'd be a little runny, which had been my experience with the V05 and Suave products that I tried. But surprisingly, they are quite thick and moisturizing.
I'm gonna give it a try. I always pass it by in the store (( never noticed the price )).
I tried the conditioner and wasn't impressed. It has a weird consistency and I had to use a lot to cover my whole head.
I use both and my hair responds well to both. If you are going to use one then I'll say use the intensive moisturizing conditioner.
With a coupon and mail-in rebate from Walgreens this month, they are paying you to use their product. That is what I will be doing this week.
Yes, I use the Dove Intense Moisture conditioner. Tracy did indeed introduce it and I haven't regretted purchasing it. I use it for a rinse out conditioner (the condr right after a deep conditioner) and whenever I do COs. It gives really good slip, detangles the hair and works really well for me. I also like the Moisture Rich color for COs. I purchased it by accident. It doesn't give as much slip as the Intense Moisture, but it's really good as well.
For the Dove lovers, soon-to-be Dove users, or those who'd just like to test the waters before purchasing, here's a link for a free sample of Dove Intense Moisture shampoo and conditoner. Enjoy!
its cheap $4-$5
I don't really care for the shampoo. The conditioners are great, espcecially on new growth. I just picked up a new Dove finishing product for $3.28. I also really like the Dove Smooth and Soft Anti-Frizz Cream. It is part of the weightless moisturizer line.