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    Hey all! So I'm looking to try out a new shampoo/conditioner as I've tried nearly every LiveClean and Herbal Essences product on the market. I keep seeing ads for this new Garnier line called "Whole Blends." My local Walmart (as well as my workplace, yay for discounts!) has a display for the line, which adds to my curiosity. Has anyone else heard of or tried this line yet? And if so, how did you like it? It is paraben free, but not sulfate free (checked the ingredients on the bottle)
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    I haven't seen these in BC yet, looks like something I'd like to try as long as the fragrances aren't too strong. Looking at the ingredients, their formulations look similar to the other Garnier/ l'oreal products. The packaging looks cute!




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    They are more or less the same as ones sold under the names of Garnier Ultra Doux and Garnier Response in European countries (what's up with those silly name games?) I just mention whis if you want to search the forums, so more hits would come up.

    For what it's worth, I have tried the honey deep treatment, but it has too strong smell and it gives me headaches because of that. My hair didn't like it either (it felt proteiny, although I only saw one ingredient low on the list that possibly had some proteins).

    Then I've tried 5 plants conditioner, the normal one, and that was fine but nothing special, nice for a change. Does not give as much slip as my normal conditioner does, but is moisturizing enough for me, no proteins, no silicone, no too strong smells.
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    Default Re: Garnier Whole Blends

    Quote Originally Posted by Arctic View Post
    They are more or less the same as ones sold under the names of Garnier Ultra Doux and Garnier Response in European countries (what's up with those silly name games?) I just mention whis if you want to search the forums, so more hits would come up.
    Yes it is the same as "Ultra Doux" in Belgium/France, same as "Loving Blends" in The Netherlands. It is a great line.
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    Is it the same as the Ultimate blends sold in the UK? Most of those conditioners are silicone free (I don't use shampoo so can't comment on them)
    I really like the Ultimate blends The sleek restorer conditioner as a CO wash

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    I can get it to my head, why they have so many names. It's probably safe to assume the ingredients might be slightly different, and adjusted to the water type and common hair types (and what else?) of each marketing areas, but basically probably they are same products.

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    Thank you for your input, friends!

    I'll probably give it a shot
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Stella* View Post
    Is it the same as the Ultimate blends sold in the UK? Most of those conditioners are silicone free (I don't use shampoo so can't comment on them)
    I really like the Ultimate blends The sleek restorer conditioner as a CO wash
    Yep, same. Maybe we should put the names together in the first post so we'll know what location has what name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lapushka View Post
    Maybe we should put the names together in the first post so we'll know what location has what name.


    + Original Remedies, Wahre Schätze, Ultra Dolce...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dacia View Post


    + Original Remedies, Wahre Schätze, Ultra Dolce...
    Which locations? Wahre Schätze probably is Germany, and Utra Dolce Italy. But "Original remedies"???
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