Friday, August 31, 2012

AMW Reviews: Yves Rocher Eclat Radiance Rinsing Vinegar

One way to take care of your hair is by using a clarifying shampoo at least once a week!  I've written about it in this post.  Who would've thought my clarifying hair routine could get so exciting?

After my Yves Rocher Store Visit at Trinoma, I saw this hair care product called Eclat Radiance Rinsing Vinegar and Yves Rocher Philippines' Brand Manager Vianca Tan, who's also a friend of mine, swore by this.

Are you sure?  Vinegar?  On my hair?

Well, I tweeted about it and seems there are a lot of my gorgeous haired friends do use regular vinegar once or twice a month to add shine to their hair and reduce residue from other hair care products. 

Yves Rocher says ---
A genuine traditional remedy revisited by Yves Rocher to enhance the natural shine of your hair and leave it radiant with beauty. Its delectable scent alone is a divine sensory experience.
The Plus: its delectable scent
To be used before the final rinse.
Care for all hair types.
Tested under dermatological supervision.
size: 5 fl. oz. Bottle / 150 ml
ingredients:



AMW says ---
Pros
  • Very cute packaging.  Has expiration date clearly printed at the bottom portion of the bottle.
  • Smells wonderful!
  • Does give a boost of shine to my hair after FIRST use.
  • Hair feels softer and surprisingly smoother!
  • The scent stays for at least after an hour after shower.
Cons
  •  If you have dry, stringy hair, first few usage may create some tangles.  Read tip on how to deal with this.
  • I'm not sure about their stocks but I grabbed the last piece of this during my store visit!
Overall
Great smelling, leaves hair soft and shiny.  One bottle may last around 3-5 months on a once a week usage depending on hair length.

Tips
  • Best to be used once a week.
  • Apply shampoo and conditioner as you regularly do before you use the Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar.
  • The bottle is smartly made, pour at least 3-4 drops (depending on the length of your hair) and immediately apply it on your hair.  Leaving it on your hand will let the product evaporate immediately.
  • Let the product sit for at lest 5 minutes before the final rinse.
  • Cold water is best used for final rinse to add extra shine.
  • If you think this is a bit too pricey for you and the scent of a vinegar doesn't bother you, feel free to use regular vinegar that you can find in the kitchen but do Google about it and see how it works! 
Will I repurchase?
Yes! Will definitely hoard on this! 

To whom do I recommend this to?
Anyone into hair care products that needed the clarifying action of a vinegar but dislikes the scent of real vinegar.

Where to purchase and how much?

Locally for Php350.00 (approx $8.33) at Yves Rocher  TriNoma Mall, SM North Edsa The Block, SM South Mall, SM Fairview and Ayala Center Cebu.

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Yves Rocher Eclat Radiance Rinsing Vinegar is watery in texture.  
A few drops can be use prior to final rinse to add extra shine 
and can help seal hair cuticles.
Have you heard about using vinegar as clarifying hair treatment?
Would you give Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar a try?


Keep smilin'
Stay happy!

18 comments:

  1. oh yes! i wanna try this! looks interesting :)

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    1. Issa, I have a feeling you'll love this!

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  2. Glad it doesn't smell like real vinegar, might give this one a try. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. True! If it smells like real vinegar, I might as well purchase regular vinegar!

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  3. The price is ok naman pala. Maybe when Ive used up my apple cider vinegar, Id definitely try it! :)

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    1. Apple cider vinegar as in regular apple cider vinegar? Wow, hindi ko kaya ang amoy niya! :)

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  4. Wow this looks interesting. I'll try this one out :D

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    1. Hope they are in stock na! let me know your thoughts! :)

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  5. Ive read about doing this with white vinegar, but thought that the smell would be horrible. Nice to know that there are actually nicely scented vinegar products out there :)

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    1. Yes, and it doesn't have any hint of vinegar smell at all! :)

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  6. If you use it after conditioner to clarify hair, wouldn't it just remove the coating of conditioner?

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    1. I originally thought that too, but so far, it didn't strip off the conditioner! It actually enhances the shine and my hair remains soft and tangle-free!

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  7. I like your honest review regarding this Yves Rocher products. If you don't mind i would like to share some Yver Rocher USA Coupons here. I believe this will be appreciated by Yves Rocher Fans.

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  8. sounds interesting! i wonder if our local stores have this? i m loving tsubaki's deep cleansing shampoo as that works very well in clarifying, but you know, I just can't resist new stuff! :P

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    1. Tsubaki! Ooooh I can still remember its wonderful scent, but I can't use anything for more than one bottle, it gives me the flakes!!! So, you guys have Yves Rocher there?

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  9. What about using it on curly hair? Will it straighten up my hair or will it leave it curly? (I love my curls thats why im asking :) ) thank you!

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    1. I don't think it will have an effect on your curls! :)

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  10. yes nikki apple cider vinegar pero ang sakit s ilong non, add a few drops of essential oil. im trying to do do a baking soda clarifying wash and vinegar conditioner once a month.

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