Garnier Fructis Moisture Lock Shampoo & Conditioner Review

Garnier Fructis Moisture Lock Shampoo & ConditionerAs promised, here’s my first review of the products I received from Elle Canada! Elle generously sent a number of people a box full of products to blind test for the 2016 Grand Prix, and I have officially completed the testing period and submitted my logbook. That means I am finally allowed to peek under the labels to find out what products I’ve been using for the past two months. The first hair duo I tested was the Garnier Fructis Moisture Lock Shampoo & Conditioner.

Product Claims

The Garnier Fructis Moisture Lock shampoo & conditioner contains “citrus protein, Vitamins B3 & B6, fruit & plant-derived extracts and strengthening conditioners”. It also is paraben free. It claims to provide 48 hour moisture while strengthening hair, and also says it will provide weightless, soft, and shinny tresses.

Garnier Fructis Moisture Lock Shampoo

Smell

This is one of the most important criteria for me that makes or breaks a shampoo. Luckily, this one passed the test! It smells very fresh and while it’s not overpowering, it does linger. And I love it. I couldn’t place the scent during the testing period, but I knew that it smelled fruity. Now that I know what it is I can tell you that it has Cactus extract, which may be what I am smelling in this Shampoo!

Cleansing

When I used the Garnier Fructis Moisture Lock Shampoo I noticed that it cleaned my hair almost too well. It lathered up extremely well. When I rinsed my hair it felt very clean afterwards  — squeaky clean. My hair  felt like some of the moisture had been stripped away and my hands tangled in my hair after rinsing out the lather.

Garnier Fructis Moisture Lock Conditioner

Smell

This has the same wonderful smell as the shampoo. I loved how it lingered in my hair afterwards!

Conditioning Power

Okay, so after I have now complained about how my hair felt stripped slightly after using the shampoo, let me tell you that this conditioner reversed that feeling completely. This conditioner is thick and creamy and did a great job of moisturizing my hair so it felt soft again. Despite the thickness of the formula my hair didn’t feel weighted down at all after use.

Hair when Dry

When my hair dried I had so much volume! I know this isn’t really marketed as a volumizing shampoo, but my hair was incredibly light and bouncy afterwards. It’s perfect for this thirty degrees weather we’re getting up here in Western Canada. My hair felt clean, moisturized, and didn’t feel greasy or weighted down.

Despite the shampoo almost being overkill in cleanliness the conditioner balances it out nicely. I find myself reaching for this a lot now that the testing period is over. I need to look and see if there is a colour treated version of this shampoo so I can preserve my hair colour. Garnier Fructis Moisture Lock is also a very inexpensive product, On Garnier’s website it’s listed for $4.50 USD, but I saw it at Safeway in Canada for $3.99 last week!

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2 Comments

  1. May 8, 2017 / 8:27 am

    To me any of the Garnier Fructis have the most amazing scent ever, unfortunately I don’t find it to work that well!

    • May 8, 2017 / 5:40 pm

      Seriously, the smell is so good! Oh no, what do you use regularly? I was surprised I liked this so much, I’m normally very picky when it comes to my shampoos but I liked this even before I knew what was under the label! Thanks for reading!

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