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Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Product Review: Sumi Charcoal Hair Treatment


SUMI CHARCOAL HAIR TREATMENT

Hi guys! Just wanna share another Japanese product which I purchased again from Saizen Store. This brand is different from Daiso, its name is SUMI.



Yes, charcoal is not only for cooking, it is also used in making ourselves beautiful.. Wow!

 

When I asked Saizen's Store Manager on how to use the product, she said that it's like a conditioner. I asked her if its OK to put it in my scalp and she said that Yes, it's intended for that (I'm afraid that my scalp will be irritated if I will apply it in my scalp). But luckily, it did not. whew!





After using the product, my hair feels soft and the strands looked so thick. Not bad for an 85-peso product for once a week in a huge 200ml! The Manager is right, it is really like a conditioner (but the texture is not that thick like the conditioner). It's not like a hair mask or a hair spa product.



Here are the ingredients (in English Translation)



There are small bits of charcoal and the texture is not that thick.



HOW TO USE:

1. Wash hair with shampoo
2. After shampoo, apply the hair treatment
3. Massage your head and scalp
4. Leave on for 5 minutes
5. Rinse and dry your hair


TIP: Make sure that you wash your hair thoroughly, tiny charcoal bits might left in your hair.



Use this at least once a week.

Price: Php85
Where to Buy: Saizen
Size/Weight: 200ml


LIKE:
unique product (charcoal for hair?)
nice smell
does not color in towel

DISLIKE:
It's not that thick so you will feel that you need to put more


DISCLAIMER: Please test first if you are not allergic to the product. If you have a sensitive skin, consult first your dermatologist. If you experience swell, itching or irritation on skin, immediately stop using the product.


How about you? Have you tried this product?


♥, Bel

1 comment:

  1. Activated charcoal is often sold at natural foods stores and drugstores, and is being hailed as a new diarrhea treatment. charcoal for skin

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