Let's talk haircare today, shall we? And in particular, about the INOACOLOR CARE range because this is what I've been using lately (that plus I've just washed my locks which gave me a boost to start writing about this).
For everyone that doesn't know, INOA is a new haircare range created by L'Oreal Professionnel, and this is meant to care for your colour treated hair in a salon/pro way, in the comfort of your home.
Protective Cream Shampoo - 250 ml - 13.60 Euro
Rinse Out Protective Conditioner - 150 ml - 14.60 Euro
Rinse Out Protective Conditioning Mask - 200 ml - 17.80 Euro
The cream shampoo is sulphate free, and is enriched with Argan Oil and Green Tea Extracts. The first thing I noticed about it is that while it lathers very well, this shampoo feels just like it says on the tin: creamy, it feels rich and nourishing, and spreads easily through my locks, I could even go as far as saying I nearly don't need conditioner with this. Yes, I said 'nearly', I'm a hands down 'hair conditioning' kind of girl, I would not live without it.
I've only used the shampoo and conditioner so far, I am actually waiting for the conditioner to end so I can use the masque - which I know you're supposed to use as a treatment, but that's how I roll, baby!
The shampoo is of a generous amount, I just wish the conditioner would come in a bigger size as well. I love this range, I'm very particular and picky about my hair care products, they need to feed, nourish and protect my hair, and that is why I love this range. The smell is clean and subtle (smells quite hair salon-ey to me :P) and the ONLY downside for me is the fact that the squeezy tube has a screw-on top, not at all practical in my book. Other than that, I love it, leaves my hair looking healthy and clean, and I feel that I'm giving my locks a bit of T.L.C. when using these! It is a bit pricier than my beloved Aussie range, but I would defo purchase this in the near future cause let's face it, I won't have to break my piggy bank to buy the entire range.
This is available to purchase in L'Oreal Pofessionnel Salons nationwide.
Disclaimer: - These are press samples sent to me for review purposes, my thoughts are as always 100% honest; I'm by no means affiliated with L'Oreal Professionnel.
Tell me this: are you a hair conditioner fanatic (like me? :P)???