The conditioner comes in an opaque white tube with orange touches and holds a capacity of 200ml.
It is specially conceived for normal to slightly dry hair.
This conditioner has a creamy and rich texture, with an intense ability to spread in a buttery way on the hair.
It has a very nice long lasting floral smell that keeps the hair feeling fresh.
We applied the conditioner to washed and towel-dried hair. We massaged through lengths and ends, and left it for 3 minutes. We rinsed thoroughly after.
This conditioner provides an incredibly light, exceptional hair nutrition care for slightly dry hair.
Multiple ingredients work together to deeply moisturize the hair from root to tip:
– Iris Rhizome Extract protects against oxidation
– Dosage Gluco-Active 1, Glucose, Protein and Lipid blend internally to replenish dry hair
– Lipid Treatment + Emollient Agent nourishes and softens fibers without weighing them down
– Lipid Agents even out fibers surface for free-flowing hair.
The results show after the first usage: the conditioner leaves the hair shiny and smooth, but not the least bit greasy which makes it perfect for fine and dried out hair. We felt that the product helped a lot in restoring moisture, nutrition and shine. It made the hair feel luxurious, shining and soft to the touch and made it more malleable for styling.
Nevertheless, as hydrating as it is, we found that it could do a better job of detangling the hair especially if you have curly hair.
For optimal results, it is great to use the Kérastase Nutritive “Irisome Bain Satin 2 Shampoo” first, followed by the conditioner. The combination of the 2 products really boosts the hair’s natural properties and made it cleaner, healthier and more voluminous.
Kérastase Nutritive Irisome Lait Vital retails for $32.8/200ml which is comparable to Vichy Dercos Nourishing & Reparative Conditioner sold at 27$/150ml, but it’s pricier than Klorane Conditioner with Mango Butter sold at 22$/200ml.