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“It 'asda' be cheap! hee hee”

published 10/09/2003

Smells lovely, dead cheap, lasts ages, gets the ki...

Too mild for my hair

I've found a bargain. You know cheap conditioner doesn't work? I've found one that does. At one time I was buying three different bottles of conditioner every time I did the shopping, Charlotte's got thick hair, Alice's is fine baby hair still and mines just dry as a bone thanks to years of...

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“Cheap and effective.”

published 03/10/2002

good conditioning, great price.

none so far

Having moved recently, we have discovered the joys of buying in a new supermarket. Before, I used to generally buy at Tescos and whatever dailies were needed came from the shop on the corner. We now have ASDA down the road from us, so it seemed logical to go and buy there. I have to admit I am...

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Super

inexpensive, no animal testing, gentle on skin

only at Asda

I have tried various bargain conditioners in the past when I ran out and was either broke or in a hurry and could not be bothered to run out except to my local shop. This last time around I happened to be in Asda and my better half was waiting impatiently for me to get on with the shopping. I...

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Excellent

Cheap, good value, smells nice

not good enough to condition damaged hair

Asda conditioner is one of the cheapest conditioners on the market, but - unlike many of the cheaper brands of products - it is well worth the money. Then again, Asda's own brand range is usually of a high standard, as well as being useful for saving money. It is only 68p for a 500ml bottle...

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Excellent

“For the Brunettes”

published 30/03/2004

It's cheap

none

I love this stuff. I buy ASDA's own shampoo and conditioner. I started usuing this brand because not having regular work being a freelancer, it fitted the budget. =What "Flavour"= I use the henna one for brunettes either natural or died. I doesn't smell the nicest in the world but it does leave...

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Excellent

“great stuff”

published 04/05/2005

really cheap

leaves hair feeling and smelling great

i have used asda products for quite a while and have found them all great. the asda conditioner is great it leaves your hair feeling great even after the first time, i will continue using it too. my hair has been better with me using this than it has anyother, its cheap and is really easy to use...

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Excellent

“Asda's camomile Conditioner”

published 04/09/2001

cheap smells good and works a treat!

none

This condition is fantastic, it is specially formulated for naturally fair, colour treated or highlighted hair, the camomile extracts enhances colour and makes the hair shinier. I use this as I swim a lot and the chlorine in the water darkens my hair, This Camomile Conditioner helps to maintain...

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Super

Good on my skin and hair, cheap...........

none....

I love conditioner on my hair and so i went to Asda and found the coconut conditioner for permed, coloured hair. As my hair has just been coloured. Alot of conditioners irritate my skin when you rinse them off and it can also irritate my hair also. But this one didn't irritate my skin or hair...

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Excellent

“coconut delight”

published 17/06/2008

great softness

none

This conditioner is the one in my bathroom at the moment, brought from asda for less than a pound it is realy good value for money. The conditioner is in a clear bottle so you can easily see when it is running low and is very thick in concistency, the bottle has a flip lid which has quite a large...

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“ASDA RULES!!!”

published 10/02/2004

cheap, smells good

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My hair was in really bad condition i.e. tangled easy, damaged tips, not shiny and dry due to the awful weather recently so i thought i would get some conditioner to try and see if that worked. Now i dont believe in all this expensive is better and i saw Asda Conditioner Jojoba flavour and had to...

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Excellent

“no more knots”

published 16/01/2005

Silky hair

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Asda Conditioner This lovely conditioner makes your hair silk and shiny and it makes your hair free of knots and tangles so it is a lot easier to brush after use. You can get this conditioner in a variety of flavours e.g. peach and apple. It smells delicious and remains on hair quite strongly...

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Excellent

Cheap, leaves hair glossy, pleasant scent, enhance...

Only for those blessed with brown hair

Despite having incredibly fine hair that splits easily, I have often been complimented on my hair - from how shiny & glossy it is to the smell, I think the time has come for me to share my secret with all the other brown haired people of the world (and it is an absolute bargain) Like the shampoo...

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Super

Great value for money

Use it alot

I have dry hair and no matter what I do my hair is going to be dry. Well thats what I used to think before I tried Asda conditioner. Its called Asda Dry hair Conditioner. It comes in a 500ml great value bottle and costs 68p you can get if for all hair types and it comes in a range of fragences. I...

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