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Queen Helene
Queen Helene Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream

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Queen Helene Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream
 
4.0

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1.0

No Difference

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from USA, Indiana

Comments about Queen Helene Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream:

I have tried this product in the past for some time and with my experience with this product I did not see a difference in my hair. I was hoping this product would help add and lock in moisture in my hair. I did not see this happen at all. I didn't feel this product made any difference in the texture of my hair nor did it seem more manageable.

The texture of this product is thick and heavy in weight. The smell of this product isn't the most pleasant but its not horrible either. Trying to wash this product out of my hair was a task in itself. I felt like I had lard in my hair and it took me 4 shampoo's to completely wash this product out of my hair.

I was disappointed that I didn't get the results I was hoping for. The price of this product is low in price and would have been great if only it had worked for me.
Overall I did not like this product. I did not see any visible results by using this product. For me this is not a keeper.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One of the Greatest!

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from USA

Comments about Queen Helene Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream:

When I first began taking care of my hair properly, this was one of the first deep conditioners of many that was recommended to me. I liked the fact that I had tried this one first out of all the rest because it appealed to me more. After placing the product through my thick curly hair thoroughly, I placed a plastic cap over it and let it stay in my hair for about an hour. Let me be the first to tell you that as I detangled with this underneath shower, my hair was so silky and smooth with few tangles! As I continued to rinse, I noticed that a lot less hairs were coming out into my comb and my scalp had this nice clean to it. When I was finish washing my hair and allowed it to dry, my hair was visibly stronger, softer, and smoother. This is an absolutely awesome product if you want to reduce the damage done to your hair and stop breakage.

Effectiveness
Perfect deep conditioner because it really does benefit your hair for the best by making it stronger, softer, and smoother. It is also really beneficial if you use this conditioner with a plastic cap to get the full benefits.

Scent
This has a light scent but at the same time a strong scent but it is not something you really notice too much.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Affordable Quality Haircare

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from Atlanta, GA

Comments about Queen Helene Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream:

I have been taking care my own hair for several years now. When I started, I intially didn't have a lot of money to put towards hair care. So I needed a product that would do what it claimed but not pinch my pockets. And Queen of Helene Cholesterol was my solution. It is super affordable and you can find it at virtually any store that carries AFrican American haircare products. It deeply conditions damaged hair and makes lifeless hair feel alive again. It can add shine back to hair. It is thick so a little goes a long way which gives more bang to your buck. It doesn't smell as great as other conditioners but it gets the job done. It has a very distinct smell that lingers. I usually smell it while even blowdrying my hair. You have to be careful to thoroughly rinse it out your hair or it can be very weighing. But as I've said, a little goes a long way. I still use it today even though now I can afford more expensive conditioners. It's a trusted brand

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5.0

Queen Helene Cholesterol cream gives hair the royal treatment!

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from Highland, NY

Comments about Queen Helene Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream:

I remember this leave-in intensive conditioning hair treatment since I was a teenager...the huge tub, the strange name ('Cholesterol' DOES sound like an odd thing to put on your hair!), and the recommendation from my hairdresser that "I should really try Queen Helene on my hair..it'll make your hair look fantastic!". I used it then and then forgot about it as I got older...until I was in a grocery store one day and came across it again in the hair conditioner aisle.

I've always loved that huge tub, and just the consistency of it assures you that this stuff knows what it's doing! Yes, you must leave it on your hair for a while (about 15-30 minutes, and it works even better if you put on a shower cap and use your blowdryer to heat it up during that time), but it's SO worth it. Your hair feels like silk even in the shower when you're rinsing it out, and the shine it gives your hair is fantastic. I've learned too that you don't HAVE to leave it on that long; I've put a dollop of it on my hair in the shower after shampooing and then just let the steam from the shower do its work and rinsed, and it works pretty well like that too. Another hint is that I'll take tiny dabs and put it on the ends of my hair before blow drying and it gives them extra moisture. For first-time users, though, DO try the 30-minute intensive treatment. You won't be sorry.

This is an especially good idea after you've color treated your hair, or been in the sun in the summer too long. Just be sure to REALLY rinse it out well..it helps to put warm water first and re-lather it before rinsing.

 

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