Garnier Fructis Split Ends Bandage Serum: Review

Weather changes are never a good time for my hair and I am sure my friends who share my condition of a sensitive scalp are nodding their heads as they read this. I find my self scratching my head quite literally to figure out a way to deal with all the damage my hair suffers during the transition months but one of the few things that help make this an easier task is a good hair serum. Today I am going to talk about the serum I have been trying lately and it is the Garnier Fructis Split Ends Bandage Serum

Price: Rs 299 for 50 ml

The Garnier Fructis Split Ends Bandage Serum comes in a bright orange bottle with a pump dispenser. The bottle is pretty tiny, about the size of my hand so it doesn’t take alot of space if you decide to travel with it. The pump dispenser also has a lock mechanism that prevents the product from leaking. Overall, the packaging is quite sturdy, user and travel friendly.

The serum is transparent liquid with a thick consistency. The serum looks thick but once you warm it up, it spreads easily and evenly. I have used this serum on both dry and damp hair though the results are much better when I use it on damp hair. My hair is definitely more manageable, feel less dry and frizzy when I use the serum. The serum is light and doesn’t weigh down my hair and I love the citrusy fragrance

The serum makes de-tangling easy as well post hair wash however I did not notice alot of difference in terms of reduction in split ends. This serum does make my hair look and feel better but it does not fulfill the claim of repairing split ends so if that is what you are looking for, then look somewhere else.

All in all, a decent product with a decent price tag. The quantity lasts a long time as a single pump is enough to cover my mid-length hair, the quality is good and the product does what a serum is supposed to do. I think it is a good option if you are looking for a serum to help you with frizz and dryness control but it doesn’t help with split ends.