This is an odd post but I’m not against posting things that I think will help people. And this information will definitely help some of my peeps out there. This is for my leading ladies and for the dudes out there with serious hair to comb.
Since youth ministry tends to pay the big bucks (haha), it’s easy to gravitate toward personal care products like shampoo and conditioner that are overpriced. Alright, alright, that’s not the reason. It’s because I’m addicted to things that smell good and have nice packaging. The big bummer happens when a product that I spent twenty bucks on doesn’t deliver smooth, shiny hair.
Hair is important to me. I’ve got to have something to set off my youth ministry t-shirt and jeans wardrobe!
After searching high and low for the perfect conditioner, years and years of testing and wasting money, years and years of defaulting to Pantene because it’s on sale and it sort of does the job…I’ve found THE HAIR CAR PRODUCT I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR.
It sort of happened on accident. My conditioner wasn’t in the shower. It sometimes lands in our bathroom because my husband likes to shave his face with it. Go figure.The only thing in the shower was my 3 year olds’ detangeling conditioner.(Suave Kids Moisturizing Conditioner, Apple Scent) I’ve always loved how good her hair smells after she takes a bath so I thought “why not”!?
I was shocked first time I used it–incredible! Now, I can’t wait to try the other scents. It left my hair ridiculously smooth, shiny, and smelling great.
I don’t think I’ll ever return to adult conditioner again. I order most of our home products on Soap.com and my daughter’s conditioner is a whopping $3.84.
And it won’t make you cry.
I am so excited. Can you tell? Anyway, I hope you go out and buy a bottle. Enjoy the savings and don’t feel guilty one bit about saving money. Now you’ll have extra to share…
Living more simply. Hope you are too.
For those who need the additional love with their poofy hair (don’t be ashamed… you’re safe here): Head and shoulders smooth and silky is the way to live.
Trust me… I watch doctors on tv!