Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Review: Neal & Wolf Harmony Intensive Care Treatment

I love pampering my hair, and for me, Neal & Wolf Harmony Intensive Care Treatment* is a luxurious way to give hair a boost. I've been using this for a few months, around twice a week, alongside my other haircare. Now I've come to the end of it, I thought I'd let you all know what I thought. Girls with bleached and ombre hair read on, you may find this interesting.

Does it do what it promises?
HARMONY has been specially created to repair damaged hair, using a unique combination of intensive conditioners that deliver an instant transformation. The difference in texture and appearance is truly stunning, leaving hair shiny, healthy and manageable.
Instructions for use: Massage through wet hair for 3-5 minutes then rinse out thoroughly.
This conditioner is thick and creamy, you only need a small amount to cover mid lengths and ends. I usually massage through the roots of my hair for the last minute or so before rinsing, just to condition a little without weighing down. It really does condition damaged hair, and I've found my split ends are a lot more manageable and I'm using less heat on my hair to try and 'style' It leaves my hair feeling smooth and soft, and with a great healthy bounce after I blow dry.
As you know I ombred the ends of my hair a while back, whilst the blonde is no longer, I do find the ends of my hair are still prone to being dry and slightly unruly so this really helps to keep it under control and feeling in better condition.
Would I get it again? 
 Yes, the 200ml has lasted a good few months, meaning the £12.95 price tag is good value for money. I think this is a great item to give hair a pamper, and it feels very high end and luxurious, it has a great posh-spa-smell. I love the fact that the next day you can still smell the product, so when you swish your hair you get a blast of that lovely fragrance.

Anything else?
You can get two sizes of the treatment, a 200ml size for £12.95 and a larger 950ml size for £25.95. The 950ml would last an absolute age, and works out great value as you are buying in bulk.
My hair type is normal to dry, and I have mid length hair, I think girls with fine hair may struggle with the thickness of the product, but I'd advise using perhaps once a week instead for a conditioning boost. Ladies with curly hair - this is a product for you, as I feel it'd help condition from root to tip and define curls.


  1. Ooo sounds great! I'm trying to give my hair a break to encourage it to grow so this sounds like a great product to tame my waves/curls that are natural without having to use heat to keep them sleek!

    Lea x


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