Saturday, 6 July 2013

Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Hair Healer Leave-In Conditioner


Charles Worthington have revamped their look and come out with a Salon At Home range which i've been keeping my beady eye on. There are a few bits and pieces that I would like to try, such as the Longer and Stronger Hair Mask, but I'm not one that tends to like buying full size products if I'm not guaranteed to love it. I'm more likely too do so if I'm not breaking the bank, but for me I wanted to wait and see if I read any positive reviews of the mask first.

So I had a browse at the other items they were selling and came across this lovely packet of Leave-In Conditioner. Just what I have been looking for as I felt that my hair was getting a little bit dry recently.

There were a variety of different hair masks that claimed to leave your hair feeling nourished, but when I took a look at the ingredients, a lot of them contained Alcohol as the second largest ingredient. Those wen't straight back on the shelf as you can imagine, as I know that alcohol can be very drying. However I was pleasantly surprised to find out that this conditioner had no alcohol at all - just lovely oils and nourishing properties. Win!


The Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Hair Healer Leave-In Conditioner aims to give deep nourishment and improve manageability, whilst leaving your hair feeling light-weight and glossy. It's safe for coloured hair, is paraben free and the company are against animal testing. Did I cover everything!?

I'm a huge hater of sachets but this one works wonderfully. You simply snap off the white cap, turn it upside down to pierce a hole, squeeze out the amount of product required and then pop the cap back on as if you're piercing a hole again. Brilliant! Everything is kept nice and clean, without drying out. 

I reckon that this one would be an amazing product to travel with as packets are super light-weight and easy to pack in small spaces. Though it is called Takeaways so that probably speaks for itself.

All you need to do is pop a bit of product in your hand and run it through damp hair. It says to do this with a wide tooth comb until all your hair is covered, but I find that fingers work just as well.

Once you've done that, simply blow dry your hair as normal. You may want to use an added heat protectant as I don't believe that this one has one built in. I used my Birchbox Beauty Protector which I will review in the upcoming days.

After my hair was half dry, I did feel that it was a little bit heavy and thick. I was concerned that I had applied too much product but there was no going back anyway. Therefore I dried the rest of my hair in the same way and hoped for the best. 

Once all my hair was dry I found that it was so soft and looked really healthy. The heavy feeling had completely disappeared and my hair looked great! The product lived up to all my expectations and over all I really liked it. My locks were manageable, they looked hydrated and had a healthy shine about them.

I would definitely recommend this Leave-In Conditioner if your hair is looking a bit parched. Especially if you are going away on holiday to a hot climate, as hair can become very straw-like and dry from all the air-con and heat. Charles Worthington have a full range of Moisture Seal products, including a shampoo, conditioner and rescue mask so I'm very interested to check these out. All Charles Worthington products are buy one get one half price at the moment. Therefore I will most definitely be stocking up on these babies for my summer hols, and may even treat myself to that Longer and Stronger hair mask after all.

Charles Worthington Hair Healer Leave-In Conditioner - £1.99 Sachet/ £5.99 Full Size from Boots

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