That's how Lush describes the Jungle
solid hair conditioner:
Solid Conditioner to tame all hair types.
Helen Ambrosen was the first person to make
a solid conditioner work and we are mightily proud of her.
She discovered that cocoa butter will slide
on to your hair to make it softer, then dissolve in water
to leave it shiny and smooth. Jungle feels different
on your hair from liquid conditioner; in fact,
until you wash it off you hardly notice it's there.
It's worth getting the hang of it though, because it's great
at giving hair a smoothing, detangling, fruitily scented coat
of shininess. Smooth it along the length of your hair from root
to tip, then rinse out like liquid conditioner. Dry your hair
and your comb will slide through your former tangles like
a hot knife through cocoa butter.
Cost: £4.10 per 100g
I tried to rub it into my hair, then make a paste
that I could leave in my hair and rinse it off after
couple of minutes - nothing seemed to be working.
It felt really heavy and difficult to apply.
It left my hair feeling greasy.
Plus, the smell was way too heavy.
It's a shame because initially I was
excited as it was the first solid conditioner
that I tried.
It really doesn't look encouraging lol
and it's difficult to use as it gets harder with time.
I don't like to just throw away stuff
but I couldn't think of any ways I could make it
work for myself.
That's how it looked in my bathroom's trash bin =)