Finesse Deep Condiioning Keratin Treatment

Finesse MAX Deep Conditioner

I’m always in the market for haircare products to pamper my tresses. When Finesse sent me sachets of their Finesse MAX Deep Conditioning Keratin Treatment I was really excited to try it out. They even included a comb!

Finesse Deep Condiioning Keratin Treatment 1Finesse Deep Condiioning Keratin Treatment

Depending on how long and thick your hair is, you should be able to get more than one use out of each packet. I got 2 uses out of each for me.

The treatment is meant to revive dull, dry hair, which I don’t really have – but it also delivers deep penetrating proteins to give you stronger, healthier hair. It can also be used as a preventative measure for the damage the summer can do to your hair. The summer is full of hours in the sun, chlorine, salt water, etc. so every little bit helps!

The conditioner is creamy, but not too thick – it’s easy to apply. It smells like coconut, but not too strong of a scent so it makes me feel like I’m somewhere tropical even though I’m just in my shower! You leave the treatment in for 5 minutes before rinsing it out. What I do is put it in my hair after rinsing out my shampoo and then do all my shower bits and bobs such as shaving my legs and underarms, wash with my body wash and by that time I figure it’s around 5 minutes so I comb through my hair with the comb they gave me and then rinse it all out. Immediately upon rinsing my hair I can feel how silky smooth and soft my hair is!

I’ve been enjoying using this once a week as a treat for my hair. I have a few packets left and I definitely plan to repurchase it on my own! You can purchase your own at various stores like Target (some Target stores, but definitely, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Harmon.

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