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Garnier Fructis Leave-in Conditioner Cream

By Sugandha Choudhary @sugandha04


Hey everyone,today Iam going to do a quick review on GARNIER FRUCTIS LEAVE-IN CONDITIONER CREAM .I have been using the Garnier fructis leave-in conditioner cream for many years now, as it has become an indispensable part of my hair care routine. I am sharing my review and experience on this wonderful hair care product.


USD 2.96 .
Lets see what Garnier has to say about this product.

Get the most intense smoothing yet from Sleek & Shine Intensely Smooth Leave-In Conditioning Cream.

Now it locks out frizz for a full 3 days, even in 97% humidity.

Ultra-smoothing Argan Oil from Morocco
Apricot Oil

How to use: Apply a quarter-sized portion to damp or dry hair. Use fingers or a comb to distribute throughout hair. Do not rinse. Perfect for everyday use. For best results, use Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine System.


Garnier fructis leave-in conditioner cream is in the same green color as all the others products from this range. It comes in a fat circular bottle with a cap that u push upwards and turn the bottle over for the prodcut to come out. To lock you push the the lid back down.
The product come out white in color and is of the same consistency as any other condtioner.

Okay so here is how this garnier fructis leave-in conditioner cream fares for me. I use it post my shampoo on towel dried hair, when they are still pretty damp. I take about penny size product in my hands and rub it on my palms and distribute it evenly throughout the hairs. And then I finger comb my hairs and let it air dry.

What I like the most about this leave in conditioner is that it is light weight and doesnt build up on the hairs. I keep it away from the roots.
FINAL WORDS: If you have normal to dry hair this is the product for you to use. This leave in conditioner makes hair soft and unruly and manageable, while still keeping your hair weightless.
You need very little product, a little goes a long way, so one bottle of this garnier fructis leave in conditioner is going to last you a long time.

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