Lorys Hair Cream – Fruit Cocktail Review
Lorys Hair Cream products can be used both as hair mask and conditioner, and its being dual-purpose sounded pretty good to me because I liked that I can use it for daily conditioning as well as at-home hair treatments that I usually do once a month. These come in different variants that each address a different issue, but Fruit Cocktail is the for-all-hair-types variant.
Printed on the packaging:
Softness and Shine. For all hair types.
The new Lorys Fruit Cocktails was developed for the care and condition of all types of hair.
After shampooing, apply Lorys Fruit Cocktail throughout humid hair, mainly in the ends, massaging well for 2 minutes. Rinse well. For special conditioning treatment, apply the product and allow it to penetrate for 15 minutes. To enhance the result use laminated cap or professional vaporizer.
What I really wanted to try was the Duo Chocolate variant of Lorys Hair Cream, because it sounds yummy and it’s for damaged tresses, but I must’ve looked in several Watsons and even one supermarket and that particular flavor was out of stock. Instead I settled for Fruit Cocktail.
What I like about the scent of Lorys Fruit Cocktail is that it’s not overpowering. It’s a gentle, fruity scent that’s not cloying and smells nice and fresh on my hair on a hot day. It doesn’t last very long on my tresses though—it’s gone after an hour or two.
This is housed in a huge jar that contains about 450g of product. The open-mouthed jar makes it very easy to grab as much cream as I want using my fingers or a small spatula. Often I prefer tube or bottle packaging because I find those more hygienic, but when I need to keep getting generous globs of product, as I do in this case, a jar would be more convenient.
The texture of the Lorys Hair Cream in Fruit Cocktail looks really creamy in the jar, so I thought it’d probably be thick and dense, but it’s really just slightly thicker than your average conditioner, and quite easy to smooth and rub onto the tresses.
I’ve used it as a regular conditioner, applying it after rinsing off shampoo, then washing it off after about 2 minutes. Surprisingly, it’s not difficult to rinse off. It feels pretty much like a typical conditioner on my tresses, but that’s just it—I could use more moisture and hydration from it. This is just not moisturizing enough for my very dry, color-treated hair. I was expecting a little more from it when I used it as a treatment and left it on for 15 minutes under a shower cap before rinsing it off, but the result was very similar. This Lorys product made my hair feel just slightly softer and smoother, but there wasn’t any dramatic improvement in the texture or appearance of my hair.
Lorys Hair Cream – Fruit Cocktail – Pros:
- It has a pleasant scent that’s not overpowering.
- Its consistency makes it easy to apply and massage onto the tresses.
- It doesn’t take a lot of time or water to be rinsed off.
- It doesn’t make my scalp itchy or flaky.
- The packaging makes it easy to grab lots of product in the shower.
- It’s locally available.
- It’s affordable at PhP 185.
Lorys Hair Cream – Fruit Cocktail – Cons:
- It’s not moisturizing enough for my dry hair, neither as a conditioner or treatment.
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