Haircare may not be the first category to spring to mind when it comes to Kiehl's but the brand's Amino Acid Shampoo (reviewed here) is one of my favourites and as such, I was keen to check out other products from the line. I haven't tried the accompanying shampoo but I've recently been trialling Kiehl's Nourishing Olive Fruit Oil Conditioner.
I love the story behind the product, which is described on the packaging. Olive Fruit Oil, Avocado Oil and Lemon Extract are combined in a formula which is inspired by home haircare remedies.
As tends to be the case with Kiehl's products, the plain packaging is minimalist but effortlessly cool and I was happy to have the conditioner on display in my shower. The directions are clear and I appreciated the functionality of the tube dispenser with flip top lid.
Kiehl's Nourishing Olive Fruit Oil Conditioner contains hydrating glycerin along with lanolin (which I tend to get along well with as a beauty ingredient although it's obviously not vegan friendly). Some may be interested to know that the conditioner contains silicones. Given that the conditioner is aimed at nourishing dry hair, I was expecting a rich texture so I was surprised at how lightweight it was. The conditioner has a gel cream texture which I found easy to work through my hair and what's more, it rinsed out with relative ease too.
I absolutely adored the incredible, comforting scent although I couldn't detect it in my hair once it had been dried & styled.
Following use, my hair was left feeling wonderfully soft. It had a high shine finish and was noticeably smoothed, although my fine hair still had movement & body and wasn't weighed down. Overall, I've been highly impressed and would recommend Kiehl's Nourishing Olive Fruit Oil Conditioner, which costs £19 for 200ml.