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It works supremely well, does not cause static. The difference in my hair was quite noticeable immediately upon first use. I love this product and find this formula to be the best out of all other Mane 'n Tail leave-in conditioners/ sprays. I will repurchase many times over; and highly recommend it to everyone.
I had very high hopes for this. I was let down. It charges much slower than its description says. I have multiple quick charge devices, and nothing quick charges. I think maybe I was confused by the slick marketing and "fast" charging is not the same as quick charging. Oh well. I'll not buy another one of these and I won't recommend them in the future.
This bottle is totally required. The spray bottle will definitely need to be refilled before you are done cleaning up the pee.
I haven't used these yet for my own baby, but I have for my nephews. They are easy to take apart to clean. I've heard the best recommendations for these bottles compared to any others.
I have baby fine, colored hair. It has been a problem all my life- dry ends, oily roots. Basically looks like feathers. Wen has totally changed the texture of my hair. It took me a second to get the hang of it- you have to use kind of a lot, and scrub your scalp for a bit. I use the cucumber now but I'm trying the lavender next. I don't use it as a leave in, I find that is a little too much for my hair. I actually think I am going to be able to grow my hair past my shoulders with this product for the first time in 15 years.
It took an hour or so to start off, but it went well. I have the wort in the keg and I assume it is fermenting nicely. In two weeks I will transfer to the bottles.