Pricey vs Priceline

Pricey vs Priceline: Leave-In Conditioner

by Madeleine Borgersen

Are your locks in need of a little extra loving? A leave-in conditioner is the perfect addition to your arsenal. Whether you want to boost the strength of your hair, add moisture or protect and add shine here are two perfect picks.

Pricey vs Priceline: Leave-In Conditioner

Priceline: Charles Worthington – Salon at Home – Hair Healer Leave-In Conditioner – $15.99

Part of their amazing Moisture Seal range the Charles Worthington Salon at Home Hair Healer is a God amongst mere mortals. Argan Oil based this light-weight (read no loss of volume for us fine haired lasses!) wonder is the dark horse of leave-in moisture mavens – moisturising, smoothing, detangling and locking in moisture for that much needed hydration hit.

With a gorgeous lime and mandarin fragrance it’s a perfectly nourishing and reinvigorating step to keep your hair in absolutely enviable condition.

6 responses to “Pricey vs Priceline: Leave-In Conditioner”

  1. […] of the advances in technology the range’s cult favourites like Charles Worthington’s Hair Healer Leave-In Conditioner and the Volume & Bounce Body Booster Mousse have been reimagined in 2013 to bring so more oomph […]

  2. They’re such a great price point! Loving the ones I’ve been able to try so far. Really great quality! x

  3. Oh Hey Blog says:

    Always a struggle to find a leave in that doesn’t feel like I need to wash my hair immediately after! Thanks for the suggestion.

  4. loved this post! my hair has been in a rut because i’ve just come back from south america where i didn’t bother bringing conditioner so i’m in need of some tmi for the locks! i’ve never herd of these brands before but i’m willing to try!