Saturday, April 20, 2013

Watsons Repairing Treatment Wax Honey Review

One of my colleagues strongly recommended Watson's hair treatment waxes during one our lunches and I was intrigued. There was a buy 1 get 1 free promotion recently for the treatment wax so there was my excuse to spend $.

Truth be told, I seldom buy Watson house brand items, unless you're talking about tissue papers. Hence, even with my colleague's recommendation, I didn't had much expectations from the product.

The treatment wax has a flip top opening which I found convenient, especially with wet hands. On the bottle, the following usage instructions are given: After shampooing, towel dry hair to remove excess water. Massage a generous amount of treatment wax onto wet hair. Leave for 5-10 minutes and rinse thoroughly.

I use a huge dollop of the treatment wax every time, since it is so inexpensive. With the 1-for-1 promo, it works out to be less than $4 for each 500ml bottle (usual price is $7.90).

The Watsons repairing treatment wax in honey is meant for dry or permed hair. My hair isn't permed currently, but as my hair texture is quite fine, the ends dry out and break fairly easily. After using the treatment wax, my hair has less tangles and there is less breakage when I comb. It's also more glossy as well.

Smell wise, it is a mixture of honey and floral scents that is quite pleasant.

I wouldn't say that the Watsons Treatment Wax is the best hair conditioning product out in the market, but for its price, it is worth trying.

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