The ultmate blends range from Garnier is a specialised range consisting of products that are aimed to help different hair types ranging from coloured, dry, greasy and frizzy! Re-packaged in slimmer bottles and new designs that stand out a little on shop shelves - I actually like the packaging. It's pretty basic but easy to hold and easy to store on the side of the bath and they are available in 250ml or 400ml bottles.
The nourishing repairer range is aimed at very dry and damaged hair and is described as a sumptuously rich, creamy blend of Avocado Oil and Shea Butter gathered from the African Karite tree. This shampoo claims to nourish parched, damaged hair from root to tip, leaving hair feeling supple and healthy without leaving a greasy residue.
I really enjoyed using this conditioner especially; as I've mentioned before I'm really not fussy when it comes to the shampoo side of things but this was a nice one that did the job fine - just nothing to rave on about. The conditioner however felt a lot more luxurious than it's price tag - it left hair feeling smooth with a silky texture, especially at the ends. I also love the scent of both products.
For the low price tag (£3.99 for 400ml/Currently half price at £1.99 in boots) I'd say the conditioner is well worth the money. It's nice to find a new launch thats affordable and feels like a little bit of a treatment for your hair. Have you tried this range?