Product Review: Ion Extreme Moisture Cream

Today’s product review is on the Ion Extreme Moisture Cream available at Sally’s. I received the 8 oz size as a free gift back in January 2013 for renewing my membership. I bought the 20 oz size yesterday for $8. I use it as an in-shower conditioning treatment where I wrap my hair up in a turban, wash and shave and then rinse it out and proceed to the deep conditioning. Currently. I alternate this stuff with Redken All-Soft, but when the All-Soft runs out, I do not plan to repurchase it.

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Promises: Ion Extreme Moisture Creme deeply hydrates dry, damaged or chemically-treated hair. Leaves hair soft, smooth, shiny and manageable. Helps protect from heat damage, improves elasticity and gives hair a more healthy appearance.

Ingredients: WATER ,CETEARYL ALCOHOL ,GLYCERIN ,CETYL ESTERS ,BEHENTRIMONIUM CHLORIDE ,AMODIMETHICONE ,TRIDECETH-12 ,CETRIMONIUM CHLORIDE ,SODIUM PCA ,HYDROLYZED SILK ,HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL ,FRAGRANCE ,IMIDAZOLIDINYL UREA ,METHYLPARABEN ,PROPYLPARABEN ,YELLOW 5 ,AMYL CINNAMAL ,BENZYL ALCOHOL ,BENZYL CINNAMATE ,COUMARIN ,EUGENOL ,GERANIOL ,HEXYL CINNAMAL ,LIMONENE ,LINALOOL

Results: Man, I LOVE THIS STUFF! It comes out pretty thick and heavy, so rubbing it together with a bit of water will help spread it a little better. It always makes my hair feel so silky and conditioned after rinsing it out! If you can get over the almond scent (it kind of smells like Jergen’s cherry almond lotion, which I find pretty pleasant), then it is definitely worth a try!

Here is some photos of the actual cream …

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