Pantene Pro-V Total Care Conditioner
4.5
1 votes
Are you familiar with this?
Feel free to rate it!
  • I think I have probably given some money to procter and gample for all these years, and my opinion regarding their products is just as fickle as the many number of times they change their packaging in recent years, or even months
  • I am only talking about the shampoo experience, but definitely, they both create a rich conditioning lather
  • I leave the conditioner on for a minute (I really count the numbers, in French), and though pantene’s conditioner is especially the drippy type, I enjoy squeezing the conditioner along the ends
  • This conditioner might be sufficient to individuals with treated hair, but for less porous hair types, I suggest you tap into hair masks for optimum conditioning
  • I will recommend it, surely for that price


    • by jhunie

      TRUSTWORTHY

      followers:22
      follow
      I must preface this review by stating that I have used the shampoo version of this product. I just decided to try the conditioner out of the blue, despite that I could no longer use it together with its shampoo counterpart. I think I have probably given some money to procter and gample for all these years, and my opinion regarding their products is just as fickle as the many number of times they change their packaging in recent years, or even months. I find most of their shampoos, in different variants, blur with each other, because they ultimately have the exact same quality (the antidandruff shampoo is no exception). But that doesn’t mean they work poorly. Pantene’s formula is better than other borderline salon shampoos I’ve used. A significant fact, I later knew, is that I have never tried a pantene conditioner, apart from a particular hair treatment not so long ago. It just occurred to me

      that this was my first time to use their conditioner.

      The total care conditioner rolls all the varying pantene formulas into one product, according to the print on the bottle. I can’t compare it, though, to other pantene conditioners, as this is essentially my first taste. But I will compare it to an organic conditioner (human heart nature’s moisturizing conditioner), which I’ve been using for several months. The most striking distinction between the two refers to the consistency of the conditioners. The total care conditioner feels less creamy and spreads thinly. I am biased to my organic conditioner’s fuller, buttery thickness that glides like an intensive mask, while pantene goes like runny liquid. I am only talking about the shampoo experience, but definitely, they both create a rich conditioning lather.

      I leave the conditioner on for a minute (I really count the numbers, in French), and though pantene’s conditioner is especially the drippy type, I enjoy squeezing the conditioner along the ...


      • ends. Too much moisture would make hair quite frizzy, if you overdose it with conditioner, especially for porous hair. The richness stays for that short duration, and is not completely washed out after so much squeezing. The conditioner is easy to rinse after. Just like typical conditioners, it can leave a slimy film around the hairline, particularly at the nape, if not washed meticulously. It transforms my previously shampooed hair into a soft veil whilst wet (considering I happen to be using a drying antidandruff shampoo every other day). As a whole, this conditioner did not make me feel bitter that I deliberately chose this over my favorite conditioner.

        Out of the shower, my hair shows the same vitality. Although, it was not as glorious to warrant a day of skipping the brush, like the frizz-free time after indulging in an intensive hair mask. There were days also when I don’t get to wash my hair, because I’m

        super busy. Come next day, I feel my hair has already reached the “filthy” peak, when my scalp is greasy and my ends are tangly, so the conditioning benefit is not prolonged for this conditioner, as well as my organic one.

        I’ve come to believe that my hair is more porous (highly absorbing) than it used to. It really absorbs the moisture of whatever conditioning product I apply to it – whether leave-in or not, including this conditioner. That happened after a straightening hair treatment. This conditioner might be sufficient to individuals with treated hair, but for less porous hair types, I suggest you tap into hair masks for optimum conditioning. I’m currently using whatever I find in the bathroom; I think this one should cost 2 dollars. I will recommend it, surely for that price. For my first, I say this product was not bad at all. Possibly at the moment, it’s a runner up next to my preferred conditioner.




    more about
    Pantene Pro-V Total Care Conditioner
    • Don't Be Nice. Be Helpful.

    The review was published as it's written by reviewer in March, 2011. The reviewer certified that no compensation was received from the reviewed item producer, trademark owner or any other institution, related with the item reviewed. The site is not responsible for the mistakes made. 317031439780231/k2311a037/3.7.11
    Your use of this website constitutes acceptance of the Terms & Conditions
    Privacy Policy