The Klorane Blond Highlights Conditioner with Chamomile comes in a yellow shade squeeze tube bottle, with a plastic white top. The name of the product is written on the front of the bottle, in both French and English, on a large white rectangle shaped tag. The back of the bottle contains all the necessary information, such as ingredients, application and use, written in a black font. This packaging is nice and elegant.
This chamomile-based conditioner is smooth and creamy in texture.
Great chamomile scent, not too strong, not too faint. Your hair will feel and smell clean.
After washing your hair with shampoo, pour 2 dollops of product on rinsed hair, and apply to hair lengths and ends. Leave the product on for about 3 minutes, detangle your hair gently with your hands, and then rinse.
Pro tip: This conditioner is suitable for blond to light brown hair, natural, colored or bleached. It’s also is appropriate for children starting at age 3.
The brand claims the conditioner repairs, brightens and instantly detangles hair, for a smooth, radiant and luminous result. This conditioner lives up to the claims. It nourishes dry and damaged hair, smooths and repairs hair scales. It also helps detangling for softness and suppleness. The chamomile extract lightens and tones blond highlights, and can also add brass tones to the hair.
We found you can get the best effect from this conditioner when applied with the corresponding Klorane Blond Highlights shampoo. However, if you have oily hair, it’s best to use this conditioner with a shampoo more suitable for you, and avoid contact between the conditioner and your scalp, as it will accentuate oily hair.
Klorane markets its Blond Highlights Conditioner in 150ml bottles, priced at 18$. Compared to other similar products, such as L’Oréal Paris EverPure blonde conditioner, priced at 11$ for 250ml bottle or Intea’s Conditioner Blond Highlights Camomila, priced at 14$ for 250ml, it is more expensive, for less product.