Thursday, July 28, 2016

Review: Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar

Thanks to Try & Review, I had the chance to use the Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar, It is silicone and paraben-free thus I could it not to harm my hair and scalp.



The product is in a plastic packaging with a screw-in cap. I do find it difficult to control the amount of product pouring out, I ended out wasting a bit of the product and cleaning up the mess on the exterior of the bottle.

Talking about the scent, it really reminds me of Ribena just that this is much stronger.

Let me show you how my hair looks like before using it.



There isn't shine at all and looks a little drizzy and dry.

After rinsing the shampoo off my hair, I pour out about a 50-cent coin volume of the Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar and started lathering on my hair. I try to avoid my scalp and I use other scalp products.

After leaving it on for 1-2 mins, I rinsed off with water and felt the difference immediately. My hair was so much smoother and lighter. I was impressed.

After I have towel-dry my hair, I could still smell the rinsing vinegar on my hair. The scent was really strong.

Here's how my hair look like after drying.



I could vividly see the shine on my hair and realised how much more manageable it has become. I would definitely use this before attending a special occasion.


A bottle of 150ml retails $18 which is affordable and since the advised usage is twice a week, a bottle of this can last for months. You can get it in all Yves Rocher outlets.

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