I love hair products and most of all I like having options. But, sometimes too many options can leave me feeling a bit overwhelmed. Creamy leave-in vs non-creamy vs xyz...you know what I mean. Sometimes I just need to go back to the basics before the myriad of natural this and that.
Infusium 23 is the leave-in I and many hair kitchen beauticians swore by in my chemically-straightened days. Recently, I revisited the "new" and improved formula and was reminded again of why it used to be a staple especially for my roller-sets.
Love the fact that it detangles like a breeze and leaves my hair soft to the touch.
I like the concentrated strength but some may want to dilute it if they find their hair feeling a bit weighed-down. What I dislike about the leave-ins though is the packaging. They ought to be in a spray pump not a squeeze and pour bottle. It makes for a more even distribution when in a spray bottle, which is how I use it.
What I do is - I squeeze some into an empty spray bottle and distribute that way. Other than that, it's great for providing a bit of conditioning and strengthening to your hair if it's a bit dry, brittle, or even damaged.
Depending on your hair concern, you can choose from any of the 4 types (see above) that they offer and you can even use it as a heat protectant on dry hair right before flat-ironing or curling iron. And at $6.99 why not.
Have you ever used Infusium 23?
What was your experience?