DHC Hair Cosmetic Series Hair Lotion MorningDescription: DHC Hair Cosmetic Series Hair Lotion Morning contains Silk Protein, Ceramide and the extract of concentrated olive oil, leaving your hair silky smooth and straight.
Directions: Hold the spray 5－10cm away from the hair, spray a fine mist across the surface.
Ingredients: Water, Alcohol, PEG/PPG-22/22 Butyl Ether Dimethicone, Steartrimonium Chloride, Amp-isostearoyl Hydrolyzed Silk, Ceramide 3, Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract
Caution: If any irritation occurs, stop using and consult a doctor. Do not spray to wounds, inflamed area. If product gets into eyes, rinse out with clean water. Store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from children.
DHC Hair Lotion Morning comes in a 250mL transparent hot pink plastic spray bottle which helpful to see how much content is left. :P Personally I love the spray design rather than pumps because they’re a lot easier to spray handle. Especially when reaching at the back of the head and takes the pressure off my index finger. Haha. The spray also dispenses a light fine and even mist. I use to use the Missha PROVINCE Conditioning Hair Mist but I found the pump hard to press and the product comes out with a good force if you know what I mean :P. DHC Hair Cosmetic Series Hair Lotion Morning also smells a lot better too.
The product itself smells amazing! Unfortunately the smell isn’t very long lasting and disappears fairly quickly once it drys. It also keeps my hair feeling refreshed and smooth throughout the day. It doesn’t however take out the bents in your hair from sleeping. I didn’t know it straighten my hair from using it but it does help but I guess the effects are minimal.
Overall, I love how it refreshes my hair and smells divine when using it. :D I also use this in conjunction with the PREXCEED Tsubaki Hair Moisturizing Essence by Yanagiya. And it keeps my hair looking smooth, soft and tangle free. I've used 1/3 of the bottle now and I'm planning to repurchase another one when I run out.
So what do you think?
What other hair mist do you think is worth trying?