When I found out Garnier was making a whole blends line I was super excited to try out the products. After throughly using the Honey Treasures Shampoo & Conditioner for about two to three months now I found it perfect to review it now.
With shampoos, conditioners, leave in conditioner, masks, and more the line screams moisture. Just by using the honey treasures shampoo & conditioner in the whole blends line, I have been amazed by my hair’s softness and shine. While using the honey shampoo during the winter time my hair does not feel dry it’s more moisturizing compared to other shampoos that I’ve used .
If you don’t know, honey is said to be good for split ends which is also stated on the bottle of the shampoo and conditioner . Split ends can be healed or prevented if you treat them well with butters, Oil, and honey. Honey is also great to use during the winter time for your hair because of the dry weather. Also if you have longer hair some times your ends can get rough or have friction when rubbed on clothing constantly.
What I love the most about the shampoo in this line is that the shampoo provides just as much slip to my hair as the conditioner does . I get the benefit of cleansed hair without the products feeling like its harming my hair.
The conditioner is amazing as well. It’s so thick and nourishing which I like for the winter time and just in general because when using a conditioner I focus it on my ends mainly, and butters or conditioners with thicker consistencies coat your ends better and seals in moisture as well. The only issue I have with the container for the conditioner is that the opening is very small so it takes some work to get the conditioner to squeeze out because it’s so thick, but you can also take the top off if you would like for quicker access.
Overall I love the Honey Treasures Shampoo & Conditioner in the Garnier Whole blends line and I look forward to trying other products within this line.
What are your thoughts about Garnier Whole Blends in general and on these products specifically?