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Hask Placenta Plus with Olive Oil Reviews
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    Recommended? Fugheddaboutit!
    June 09, 2018
    Ontario, Canada

    Not for me.

    I'm not too impressed with this conditioning treatment. The scent wasn't at all pleasant for my taste. It smelled like a mixture of olive oil and some weird chemical. It's not too overwhelming, but it's not something I want my hair smelling like either. It also contains parabens, which goes against their "natural" claim.
    The conditioner is meant to be used as a mask treatment but since I have fine hair, I used it as a regular conditioner instead. I noticed that if I applied it to the roots and scalp, it left my hair feeling oily once I dried it. Therefore, I could only use this on my ends and only a dime size amount. The other thing I didn't like is that the product comes packaged in a packet much like the ones shampoo samples come in, which you have to cut open. It's convenient for a one time use but for those who want to use it multiple times, it can become messy to try and squeeze out the conditioner while you're washing your hair. They should consider bottling the product instead, which will probably make it more cost efficient than having to purchase individual packets every time. The only advantage I can see with purchasing these packet formats, is if you'll be travelling.
    Although it left my ends soft and manageable, I will not be purchasing this again, especially not in this scent. There are also better conditioning treatments that are more natural than this claims to be.

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    Recommended? You Betcha!
    April 12, 2009

    I saw this product mentioned in a forum and thought, "wow, placenta?! I gotta put that on my head!" And it turned out that I live close to one of the few stores in town that supplies it. I bought this and the deep conditioning creme. I've only tried this once in an attempt to tame the frizz without resorting to copious amounts of frizz-ease and gel. Just to be clear, my hair is monstrously thick, curly, and dead. This was like spitting at a forest fire. I'm not saying it's not good, just that it's not good enough to stand alone. SIGH. The price is good so give it a shot if you're curious.

    Oh, and the back reassuringly states: "Placenta extract is derived from animal placenta. This product is not tested on animals." It also contains Dimethicone, in case you want to avoid that.

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