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Anybody got any recommendatios for a leave in conditioner

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AnyFucker Mon 10-Aug-20 17:29:54

One that doesn't leave your hair greasy, protects from UV and preferably a spray in

Thanks

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MikeUniformMike Mon 10-Aug-20 17:34:17

I'm using argania. www.amazon.co.uk/Argania-Cashmere-Hair-Leave-Conditioner/dp/B00M0THJ6W?tag=mumsnetforu03-21. I bought it in Boots a few years ago.

AnyFucker Mon 10-Aug-20 20:16:53

Currently unavailable sad

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MikeUniformMike Mon 10-Aug-20 20:38:03

Yes. I don't think Boots stock it any more, but someone else might.
It's not that wonderful - I'm not mad about the smell but the spray is nice and light.If I have used it, my long, fragile hair is a lot less tangled when i next wash it.

AnyFucker Mon 10-Aug-20 20:40:01

Struggling to find one. I have used Boots Sun, Sea and Swim but it is also unavailable anywhere.

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MikeUniformMike Mon 10-Aug-20 20:43:48

There are a few on the Superdug site that might be worth trying.

winesolveseverything Mon 10-Aug-20 20:47:01

I use this. Recommended by my hairdresser. It's really fab and you can buy on amazon.
Lasts ages too as you only need a few sprays each time.

purplemunkey Mon 10-Aug-20 20:49:46

I like Palmers Coconut Oil leave in conditioner spray.

MNOverinvestor Mon 10-Aug-20 20:52:11

I love the Tony and Guy leave in conditioner - and it’s usually 3 for 2 at boots...

Pleasebeaflesbite Mon 10-Aug-20 21:07:12

My hairdresser used this you can buy off amazon.

AnyFucker Mon 10-Aug-20 21:08:54

Will give that Revlon one a try, thanks. Has great reviews.

Have been growing my hair during lockdown and it has some bleach left in the ends so is very knotty and breakable.

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Ghost9525 Tue 11-Aug-20 12:44:24

My mum uses the revlon one with the shampoo I’ve tested it out loads of times but definitely think there’s much better out there olaplex number 6 is the best I’ve used for shine and not been able to feel the product once dry.

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