L’Oréal Paris Elvital Hyaluron Plump haircare series

One of my faithful blog readers – Gaia – had told me about this range a while ago, but I could never find it in Sweden.  I finally spotted it a few week ago. I bought 400ml of conditioner at a bargain $3, tried it, fell in love, and went back to buy almost the whole range! The only thing I did not buy was the serum.

The supersized (400ml) shampoo and conditioner cost $3 each, and the mask cost $4. What I like most about it is that my hair is so easy to comb through both in the shower and afterwards. And with my thick curly hair, that almost never happens.

It is nteresting that the shampoo and conditioner stand in opposite directions, probably to help distinguish them better. I would still be confused as I would not remember which is which, but at least they tried!

Can recommend!

 

Author: Janet Carr

Fashion, beauty and animal loving language consultant from South Africa living in Stockholm, Sweden.

2 thoughts

  1. That’s a French way to make shampoo bottles the classic way and the conditioners bottles upside down. L’Oréal have done it for decades.
    It may be a way to differenciate them at the first glance. Or simply to avoid waste as the conditioner is thicker so it tends to be more difficult to empty the bottle when is not upside-down as it sticks at the bottom.

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