Review: Skinfood Avocado Leave-In Fluid

Bottle

Hello everybody! 안녕하세요 여러분!

Once upon a time my hair was dry and frizzy so I searched and searched the web to find something, ANYTHING that would save my hair. That’s when I stumbled upon this product, Skinfood’s Avocado Leave-In Fluid.

ABOUT THE PRODUCT

The Skinfood website says that this is “an intensive leave-in hair treatment lotion” which has avocado oil in it. This product is supposed to “nourish and moisturize dry, damaged hair”.

PACKAGING

It comes in a 110 ml hard plastic bottle with a convenient pump top, so you can pump the perfect amount for your hair.

 

 

SCENT

I love this sent so so much~ I can’t exactly describe it and I’m not 100% sure if it smells like avocado or not because, surprisingly, I’ve never actually eaten or smelled avocado before… However, the smell is light and a little fruity and, in my opinion, seems to go away after a while (20-30 minutes). So if you’re not a fan of scents lingering on your hair you may like that. 음~ 냄새 좋다!

TEXTURE

The texture is not heavy but not too light, it’s slightly watery as lotions usually are.

 

 

HOW TO USE

The bottle and website say that after you shampoo your hair you should apply a small amount of the Avocado leave-in fluid to wet hair. You don’t have to wash this product out as it’s meant to be left in your hair. But what I usually do is after I have finished showering I apply about 8-9 pumps to wet or damp hair.

I do this because I actually find that using conditioner AND applying the leave-in fluid helps my hair a lot more than simply using either conditioner or the leave-in fluid by itself. After using both conditioner and the leave-in fluid my hair is soft and I can easily run my fingers through my hair.

INGREDIENTS

 

 

Purified Water, Cyclopetasiloxane, Cyclohexasiloxane, Dimethicone, Dimethiconol, Nonoxynol-15, Propylene Glycol, Polysorbate 80, Hydrogenated Polydecene, Avocado Oil (200MG), Polyacrylamide, C13-14 Isoparafin, Laureth-7, Sorbitan Sesquioleate, Polyquaternium-80, PEG-10 Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Laureth-4, Laureth-23, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Carbomer, Polyquarternium-68, Disodium EDTA, Food Yellow No.4, Triathanolamine, Butylparaben, Methyl Paraben

DO I RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT?

Personally I love this product. I think the scent is wonderful and I really do see a difference when I use this, my hair feels much softer and doesn’t look as frizzy. It also gives my hair a nice shine.

I looked this up on 화해 (Hwahae) – a Korean app that allows you to look up products and see the ingredients in them, whether those ingredients are good or not, and other things like if its good for dry skin, sensitive skin, etc. – and some of the ingredients aren’t really that good.

 

 

  • Blue ‘raindrops’ = low concern
  • Yellow ‘raindrops’ = Moderate concern
  • Red/Pink ‘raindrops’ = High concern
  • The 20 with a circle and line through it let you know that the ingredient is one of the 20 ingredients you should avoid (ingredients that can be harmful to your skin in the long run)

In this case, most of the ingredients of the Avocado leave-in fluid are only moderate hazards which isn’t too bad and it doesn’t have any ingredients that commonly irritate allergies. It does, however, have 7 of the 20 ingredients you should avoid.

WHERE TO BUY

If you do end up wanting to purchase this product I bought it from Sokoglam. On Sokoglam it is US$8.00.

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Have you ever tried the Avocado Leave-In Fluid? Or are you thinking of trying it? Leave a comment about your thoughts on the Avocado Leave-In Fluid!

 


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