Garnier Whole Blends Gentle Conditioner Oat Delicacy Review | SheSpeaks

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  • TheMaven By  TheMaven    

    Another lovely Garnier haircare product

    Garnier Whole Blends Oat Delicacy is a nice daily indulgence for the hair. It leaves my hair feeling moisturized and smelling divine.

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  • Gina679 By  Gina679    

    Gentle Oats Conditioner

    I liked that it was gentle on my hair, but if I washed my hair at night the next day it was too soft and wouldn't stay in place.

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  • LindseySal99 By  LindseySal99    

    Very nice smelling conditioner.

    The garrnier whole blends oat delicacy has a nice smell, my hair was very soft after washing the conditioner out! I have long blonde curly hair. The only bad side to this conditioner is that it left my hair looking oily and like I hadn?t washed it in days. So if you have blonde hair I wouldn?t recommend this conditioner.

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  • Blair199120 By  Blair199120    

    Great Conditioner

    I sampled and reviewed this product, free, from PinchMe. Garnier is my favorite just general/over the counter (opposed to high end) haircare line. I don't consider a high end line but it isn't a cheap dollar store brand either and I love it. The whole blends subline of Garnier isn't my favorite but this Oat Delicacy actually made my hair feel softer than I have felt in a long time and little to no flyaways, which I ALWAYS have flyaways. I would definitely recommend this product to others!

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  • carmencruz210 By  carmencruz210    


    i give it a good review, definitely noticed a change after switching, helped with itchiness, would recommend

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  • MzRose By  MzRose    

    Helped my itchy scalp

    I give Garrnier Whole Blends - Gentle Conditioner oat Delicacy 4-stars because it did help my itchy scalp and the scent is okay. It did not leave my hair necessarily soft or with that deep conditioned feel that my normal conditioner leaves, but I'd still recommend it, especially considering the cost.

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