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Strengthen Hair without spending a dime!??!

Have dry, damaged & dull hair? Looking for a good retail shampoo & conditioner without spending a dime?
Don’t worry The Style Chair is doing a complete review on The Garnier Triple Nutrition Range.
Garnier actually wanted me to test the product on my hair & deeply analyse their Triple Nutrition range.
So, Part one of this review entails a review of the product & analysis of my hair type! And after a months use of the shampoo & conditioner shall be analysing my hair again & reviewing the product on the basis of its effect on my hair 🙂
I decided to take up the Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Happy Hair Challenge & according to their hair self evaluation I realised the following-
The biggest hair problem I face is that my hair are dry & undernourished (especially now because the ends are all pre-lightened).
My hair are moderately dry/undernourished.
My hair don’t have split-ends. (As I just had them trimmed)
I don’t have weak roots leading to hair-fall.
I have mildly rough hair (courtesy them being curly)
I have moderately frizzy hair (again thanks to my hair being naturally curly)
I don’t have dull hair & curly hair by nature don’t ever look lustrous anyways!
Triple Nutrition is the new range by Garnier Fructis.
Garnier Fructis Says– Strengthen your dry and damaged hair & nourish your scalp with Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Shampoo. It is enriched with the goodness of three nourishing oils of olive, coconut and almond. The Vitamin E from these oils help moisturise the scalp and get rid of the dryness. A new foaming formula with an exquisite fragrance which gently & perfectly cleanses your hair.
Coconut Oil- nourishes & makes hair 10x stronger.
Almond oil- restores beautiful shine into your length.
Olive oil- binds, repairs & helps redyce split ends.
First Impressions of the Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Range.

Appearance

Bright yellow bottle with the green ‘Triple Nutrition’ logo gives the packaging a very sunny sunset feel. I was pleased to see this bright yellow packaging & instantly loved it! The bottles & the caps were all the same typical Garnier Fructis packaging.

Texture

I was very impressed with the Triple Nutrition Conditioner as it was a thick & creamy. Unlike normal conditioners this had a very thick consistency which means its makes the hair softer!
The shampoo on the other hand was too fluidic & less concentrated. Hence, the shampoo was used more in quantity.

Quantity

Both shampoo & conditioner bottles are 175ml each.

Result

The hair definitely felt clean & helped wipe off traces of dandruff from my scalp! Even though the shampoo has three nourishing oils yet it thankfully doesnt leave the hair greasy!
The first thing I noticed was the consistency of the conditioner & I was impressed. The only thing that makes your hair actually soft is a conditioner & I normally use a hair masque for my hair, so I was pleasantly surprised with the Triple Nutrition conditioner & confident too that it would leave my hair softer!
Hair felt very fresh & it left a good fragrance on the hair that lingered on for quite a few hours 🙂

Price

INR 135 each.

PRO’s

Inexpensive.
Nourished with almond oil, coconut oil & olive oil. Yet not leaving the hair oily!
Very effective conditioner for dry, damaged hair.
Doesn’t weigh the hair down & maintains the natural volume of the hair.

CON’s

Doesn’t cater to the frizziness of the hair.
Shampoo is too flowy & thin in consistency.

Rating

4.5/5

Final Verdict

As a budget shampoo that helps repairing & strengthening the hair as well as nourishing the scalp, I think the Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Range is doing a fantastic job 🙂
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