Dove Straight & Silky Conditioner Review
I was wondering which drugstore-priced conditioner to try next when I remembered that my friend Eunice said that she uses the Dove Straight & Silky Conditioner. I went with that although we don’t have the same hair type, simply because she has healthy hair and has taken good care of it ever since I’ve known her. I was also looking forward to comparing it with the other Dove conditioner I’d used, the Intense Repair Daily Treatment variant.
Information on the bottle:
Dove recognizes that the main reason for our hair struggles is damage. That’s why we put damage care and repair at the heart of everything we do.
Advanced damage care and repair technology: Patented Micro Moisture Serum nourishes your hair to repair damaged cuticles that cause misbehaving, fluffy hair.
Leaves your hair straighter and manageable.
I won’t beat around the bush—between this and the Intense Repair variant, I find this to be the better one. Why? Whereas the other one is called Intense Repair and provided good but overall not a terribly impressive and certainly not intense level of moisture to my hair, Straight & Silky delivers its promise. It makes my tresses smoother and look straighter. Neater and more manageable, as a whole.
Okay, diba? This conditioner helps make my tresses look more sleek. In its natural state (and at our country’s humidity level) my hair is frizzy, has flyaways, and is…poofy, not in a good way. The Straight & Silky Conditioner makes it look neater and more under control. It’s not a hair spa or straightening treatment in a bottle, but for PhP 109, it provides noticeable improvement.
The scent of it is okay…typical conditioner smell. It’s kinda faint and doesn’t last long on my tresses. It has a creamy, mushy kind of texture. I have no trouble applying it or rinsing it out. It has not caused me any dandruff or build-up on my tresses or scalp. Neither does it cause my tresses or scalp to oil up more than usual.
I like the squeeze tube packaging which I don’t have to turn upside down to dispense product. I like this type of packaging ’cause it’s more convenient and faster to use in the shower.
Dove Straight & Silky Conditioner – What I like:
- Gives my tresses a sleeker, smoother, slightly straighter appearance.
- Leaves it feeling softer too.
- It doesn’t give me dandruff, build-up, or an itchy scalp.
- Doesn’t make my hair oily, greasy, or heavy.
- Smells okay.
- Convenient squeeze-tube packaging.
- It’s inexpensive.
- Available at supermarkets, drugstores, department stores. Got mine at Watsons.
Dove Straight & Silky Conditioner – What I don’t like:
- Can’t think of anything.
I’m liking this. I’m still gonna try out other conditioners because I like trying different stuff and am constantly searching for the best one at an affordable price, but if none of them satisfy me, I’ll just go back to this. It’s gonna be my fallback drugstore conditioner. When I finish most of my shampoos, I’ll get the Straight & Silky Shampoo (I’m beginning to realize that I’m accumulating stuff in the shower because I like using counterpart shampoos and conditioners).
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