Product review: Biotin Conditioner by Mill Creek Botanicals

Protein conditioner are important part of healthy hair regime. It allows your hair to regain it’s strength, manageability and softness. However, Protein is not for everyone so make sure you do what’s best for your hair. But not knock it until you try it ;o). Video Time line: 0:01 greetings and intro 0:20 Immediate thoughts/ words to describe the product 0:30 past experience with this conditioner 1:00 condition of hair before and after Biotin Conditioner 1:26 great ingredients 2:50 how i plan on incorporating it into my regimen 3:20 pros and cons of this conditioner 4:06 how much it costs/ consistency/ color 4:36 Closing thoughts Here are the ingredients: Deionized Water, Biotin, Panthenol, Hydrolyzed Keratin, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, Dicetyldimonium Chloride, Oleamidopropyl Dimethylamine, cetearyl Alcohol, Ceteareth-20, Hydrolyzed Glycosaminoglycans, Retinyl Palmitate, Citric Acid, Corn Oil, Sodium Chloride, Quaternium-15, Peppermint Oil, Organic Aloe Vera Gel, Organic essential oil, citric acid, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, botanical fragrance. Condition of hair before Protein treatment: My hair felt weak, limp and too fragile. I guess it was over moisturized… How i used it: I didn’t shampoo my hair because i had already done so about 3 days prior. Instead, I did a hot oil treatment under dryer with a steamer for 40 min, than follow with the Biotin Conditioner for 5 min, then i rinsed it out and followed it with an ACV rinse to remove

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    12 thoughts on “Product review: Biotin Conditioner by Mill Creek Botanicals

    • Ilovemymommy88

      I saw this conditioner at my health food store i was tempted to get it but didn’t now that i have seen this video i will and i’ll let you know how it worked on my transitioning hair. Loved all the details awesome product review 🙂

    • philo092188

      Hmm… i like the packaging too 🙂 looks neat… am not sure about this though my hair really hate protein … but great product review video!!!

    • sunshine1buttercup1

      I take it that since this is an all natural product, the only place you will be able to find it is at a health food store or online. If this is not the case, please post purchasing info for the product.

    • Gabbihealth

      @sunshine1buttercup1 no necessarily … i mean Giovanni is an natural product and you can find it in various stores (CVS, Duane reade, Rite aide, …) but i got mine at a natural store in my neighborhood… for more info on where to get it please read the description box

    • sugaluhvr1

      Thank you for the input on the biotin. I purchased the jojoba by millcreek and I have used once and so far so good. I was wondering about the biotin so I will go out and purchase. Thanks

    • brownnbubblie

      I use this as well, however I add 1 T to 4 T Ion conditioner Veggie protein conditioner. Using it alone made my hair hard as well (its because of the collagen). Try adding a bit to your moisture conditioner and see how it works. When I use this up I am going to purchase the Millcreek Keratin conditioner and see how that works

    • joshi8

      I just bought the millcreek botanicals aloe vera conditioner. I haven’t tried it yet but I’m hoping it will work great for my hair.

    • Gabbihealth

      @joshi8 that sounds soooo good. I LOVE aloe vera… i’m gonna have to try that once i am done with this. PLEASE please please keep me updated about your results with this conditioner :o)

    • Gabbihealth

      @Kianalabella I just love it… i didn’t know GNC sold it too… that’s awesome more place for me to get it :o)

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