Maria Åkerberg hair conditioner Energy
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Maria Åkerberg hair conditioner Energy review


Any hair type
3-35 USD depending on size


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My thoughts on Maria Åkerberg hair conditioner Energy

I don’t use conditioner on a regular basis. I have super fine hair and it is normally very soft which makes it hard to style. And when I use a lot of conditioner it gets even harder to style.

I also have a pixie cut and am not in need of conditioner every time I wash my hair (which is 2 times a week). I got this sample size of 30 ml when I was at an event and it lasts a really long time.

Maria Åkerberg is a Swedish brand that focuses on organic and clean ingredients which is a big win.

The smell is quite strong and that is the only problem I have with the product. I am not a fan of the scent. But it isn’t a scent that lasts on my hair so it is only a small problem. I am in love with the shampoos from the same brand and they do have amazing products.

The consistency of the conditioner is really liquid and it is easy to take to much. So, have that in mind when using it.

The Maria Åkerberg hair conditioner Energy is also great to use as a leave in treatment.

After using this my hair feels really smooth and soft and I feel that it does a great job after a day at the beach.

I give this product 6/7

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