Ever tried slathering on fruit cocktail on your hair? Maybe you should! It's not the real fruits I am talking about, but Lorys Hair Cream in Fruit Cocktail! I've used giant 1kg tubs of Lorys Hair Cream before in Duo Chocolate and Ceramides (discontinued), so trying out this variant was definitely a treat I looked forward to.
Lorys Hair Cream in Fruit Cocktail
Here's a little trivia for all you of. Lorys Hair Cream was initially sold only in 1kg tubs all over the world, but when they hit the Philippine shores, the people behind it actually convinced the manufacturers in Brazil to make a smaller tub in 450g to cater to the Philippine market. This made Lorys Hair Cream more affordable for people who want to try it out before committing to a big tub.
This variant has 2 colors inside the tub: yellow on top and pink at the bottom. I don't think there's a difference on the effect it gives given the difference in color, but it looks really cute! Though it still has hints of salon-like shampoo/conditioner scent like that of the Ceramides variant (for those who have tried it before), this has a sweeter scent. It's called fruit cocktail because it contains tropical fruit extracts, such as oranges, lemons, tangerines, pineapples, and passionflower fruits. This variant is for all hair types, and it works either as an everyday conditioner (when you leave it on for 2 minutes) or as a deep conditioning treatment (when you leave it on for 15 minutes).
I use this as an everyday conditioner, and it manages to keep my colored hair soft with less frizz. It gives my hair body without weighing it down. And it doesn't cause me any hair fall, unlike other conditioners I've tried. A 450g tub of this only costs P185.00, which is very affordable considering the quantity and quality of the product you're getting.
Lorys Hair Cream is available in 5 variants: Snake Oil, Nutri Sun Gloss, Fruit Cocktail, Duo Chocolate, and Shea Butter. (My favorite is still Duo Chocolate!)