Image Credit: Citre Shine
I have been using the same 118mL bottle for 2 years and I haven’t even used half a bottle. I remember buying this at London Drugs 2 years ago for $2.99. This smells great like lime and oranges. A little bit goes a long way. I only use a small pea size drop and I rub it over the palm of my hands to distribute this through out my hair from roots to ends and really concentrate on rubbing it on to my ends. I would also gently pat this on the top of my hair near the roots to provide shine. This feels very light and silky and it doesn’t feel greasy at all. My hair is colour treated and I use heat styling almost everyday and this product keeps my hair from drying out from the heat. You can use this for wet hair or dry hair. I like to use this when I air dry my hair to keep it smooth and frizz free. My hair dries straight and smooth when I put this in my hair as it air dries. I always use this after I blow dry and straighten my hair to add shine and to keep the ends from drying out. The Citre Shine website states that this serum is specially formulated with a customized blend of vitamins, silicone, and a UV protectant. The shine enhancing citrus extracts protect hair from styling damage and environmental stress. According to Paula Begoun, author of “Don’t Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me,” this is one of the best hair serums on the market, in terms of quality and price. I definitely agree!
Source: Citre Shine