Looking for a hair cream to use as an after shampoo leave-in that will enhance your curls and make them look amazing? Look no further, here’s your product: “Sublime Curl” Nutri-activating cream by Furterer.
I was given a sample of the cream at the pharmacy when I bought the Caudalie Makeup Removing Cleansing Oil (review here) and I was so pleasantly surprised with it!
Not so much on the “curl” side of things, although my curls were nice and bouncy so mission accomplished, but more on the “getting rid of frizz” side of things. My hair is so dry that when I leave it air dry without doing anything styling, I basically look like a witch. Yet I have noticed that the frizziness was drastically reduced the couple of times I used this curl Nutri-activating cream. Kudos Furterer.
It’s a hair cream that will define your curl and tame frizz.
When / how to use it?
After shampoo and conditioning, on drenched hair. Apply the cream starting from the ends and squeeze your hair in your hands from the bottom up to give life to your curls. I left my hair to air dry but my guess is that it works wonders when blow drying your hair with a diffuser.
Full ingredient list:
WATER (AQUA). ETHYLHEXYL PALMITATE. CETEARYL ALCOHOL. BEHENAMIDOPROPYL DIMETHYLAMINE. ACANTHUS MOLLIS LEAF EXTRACT. ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE. BENZYL SALICYLATE. BHT. BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL. CETEARETH-33. CITRONELLOL. ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN. FRAGRANCE (PARFUM). GLYCERIN. GUAR HYDROXYPROPYLTRIMONIUM CHLORIDE. HEXYL CINNAMAL. HYDROXYETHYLCELLULOSE. LACTIC ACID. LIMONENE. LINALOOL. MALTODEXTRIN. OENOTHERA BIENNIS (EVENING PRIMROSE) OIL (OENOTHERA BIENNIS OIL). PHENOXYETHANOL. POLYQUATERNIUM-68. SALICYLIC ACID. SORBIC ACID. TOCOPHEROL. TRISODIUM ETHYLENEDIAMINE DISUCCINATE
How long did I try it?
All I tried was a 0.5 fl oz / 15ml sample so couldn’t test it more than a couple of times, got to get my hands on a full size one.
Would I buy it?
Thank you for stopping by, I hope this review of this curly hair cream was helpful!
Other hair product by Furterer that I have tried and loved: the “5 Sens” Enhancing Dry Oil, check out my review here 😉