Beauty Review: Garnier Damage Eraser Heal & Seal Treatment Review

Review for Garnier's "melting" Damage Eraser Heal & Seal 60-second rinse-out conditioning treatment! | nyctalon.com

I don’t know why it is, but I seem to always be using some sort of conditioning treatment on my hair. As women, between styling and the stresses of the season (all the seasons) I think our hair is pretty frequently due for a little (or a lottle) TLC. We want our hair to look good, and for it to look good, we have to treat it good (which can be said for a lot of things). In between all those conditioners I have had my share of duds as I’m sure you have too – you know the ones, the lotions and potions that weigh your hair down, make it feel extra oily or dry, mess with the color, take ages to work – if they work, and overall rain on your parade. The Garnier Damage Eraser Heal and Seal Treatment – which I picked up at Target (I know, I know, it’s kryptonite) – falls quickly into the category of my all time favorite treatments.

Review for Garnier's "melting" Damage Eraser Heal & Seal 60-second rinse-out conditioning treatment! | nyctalon.com

Unlike those aforementioned duds, the Heal & Seal Treatment (I know, the bottle is a little worse for wear) didn’t weigh down my hair or make it feel like there was a thin bit of residue on my hair or scalp. I was actually surprised about this, as you’re meant to use the 60-second conditioner in the shower following your normal conditioner. Usually post conditioning treatments can be heavy and especially oily, this one you just apply, wait a minute, and rinse out. Formulated with phyto-keratin complex and cupuacu butter (which is rich in fatty acids and phytosterols, the tree itself being a cousin to the cocoa tree), the treatment is designed to repair and seal hair fiber without any build up. I suspect the fatty cupuacu butter lends to the treatments it’s “melting” sensation – where the treatment gets thinner as you apply it to your hair.

Review for Garnier's "melting" 60-second rinse-out conditioning treatment! | nyctalon.com

The consistency is a nice thick liquid, light yellow, and smells incredibly good. In fact, even if it was just a “good” treatment I’d still probably buy it because it leaves my hair smelling amazing well after my shower. I started using this right after I came back from Florida and the depths of a very chlorine rich pool, so naturally my hair was really tough to handle and brittle to the touch. After using up a bottle of this, it’s now incredibly soft and better than normal. I love it. This one is definitely a winner in my book, and I plan on replacing it as soon as possible!

Review for Garnier's "melting" 60-second rinse-out conditioning treatment! | nyctalon.com

Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Heal & Seal Treatment, 6.8oz (ARV$5.99) – available at Target and most anywhere you can find Garnier Fructis products.
What conditioning treatments are your favorite? Do you have any favorites or one’s that you absolutely did not like? Let’s chat – let me know in the comments!

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