Product Review: Herbal Essences Long Term Relationship (HE LTR)

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Product Review: Herbal Essences Long Term Relationship (HE LTR)

Price: $3.09

Purchased At: Target

Promises: “This is the beautiful beginning of the ends Smooth them with a kiss of protective conditioning that strengthens your hair against split ends and breakage. I’ll help keep your hair from splitsville with my quenching formula fused with extracts of red raspberry and satin. I’m a tip treat with a silky finish that feels so good.”

Ingredients: Water/Eau, Stearyl Alcohol, Cyclopentasiloxane, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Rubus, Idseus (Raspberry) Juice, Hydrolyzed Silk, Dimethicone, Glutamic Acid, Fragrance/Parfum, Benzyl Alcohol, Cittic Acid, Sodium Chloride, EDTA, Propylene Glycol, DMDM Hydantoin, Red 33.

My Assessment: I was at Target on afternoon after work wandering the hair aisle and spotted this. I remembered that many relaxed hairs loved this as a moisturizer so I decided to grab a bottle for me and one for my cousin, although she has yet to use hers so I might just steal it =). For the last 4 weeks, I’ve been using this to moisturize every night and I’ve noticed a decrease in broken strands from manipulation. After I wash and DC, I let my hair air dry and then apply HE LTR, seal and then detangle and I’ve loved it. I’ve noticed less hair loss from detangling. After I wash and DC, I apply HE LTR as my leave-in, then CHI Silk Infusion, air dry and then roller set. My roller sets come out so soft. It’s very light and does not weigh down my hair at all. All in all, this provide has lived up to its reviews for me. It’s now one of my staple leave-ins/moisturizers.

Disclosure of Material Connection: Items in this post were purchased with my own funds. I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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