I finally got to try some of the new range of products from the Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula. I was pretty excited to try them if I’m honest as I’ve always been a big fan of Palmer’s cocoa butter range.
I was sent these items by Palmer’s / FuelPR, after they contacted me telling me about the products coming out and if I would like to try any of them. After looking through, I decided I would try a few of the conditioning products and the roots spray. I have been looking for products to help nourish my hair and scalp and was hoping that these would help.
Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula products contain ethically and sustainably sourced Coconut Oil and Tahitian Monoï, infused with Tiaré flower petals. These ingredients are perfect for dry, damaged, or color treated hair.
As I didn’t have the shampoo, I started off by using my own to wash my hair before continuing on with their products. Once I had finished washing my hair, I then moved onto the Coconut deep conditioning pack. I made sure that it was evenly distributed throughout my hair by using a wide tooth comb to comb it through and also rubbing it onto my scalp. You have the option to leave it on for 10-20 minutes before washing it out or using it as an overnight treatment. I chose to sleep with it in overnight by putting a shower cap on and using a hair towel to secure it on my head as I wanted to take full advantage of the conditioner.
The next morning, I washed out the deep conditioner out of my hair, and while it was damp I then sprayed the Coconut oil leave in conditioner. Using a wide tooth comb, I combed it through my hair before lighting towel drying my hair and leaving it to dry naturally so my hair would absorb all the nutrients from the conditioner. This leave-in conditioner smells amazing, it actually smells of coconuts and could spray it on my hair all day long!
Once my hair was dry, I then moved on to use the coconut oil strong roots spray. I made sure to spray it directly all over my scalp and massaged it in gently to help nourish my scalp. You should allow the spray to dry for up to one minute before continuing on to style your hair. This spray doesn’t smell as coconutty as the leave in conditioner, it as more of a peppermint smell.
Overall, I can say I am very impressed with these products and when they are finished I will be investing into the whole range (shampoo and conditioner). I now use the leave in conditioner and the strong roots spray as part of my daily hair routine and will probably continue to do so until something else catches my eye.
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