I received this item free from Salon Centric and Influenster for review purposes. I used this conditioner with all soft shampoo, so my review is for the combination of the two. I usually am a natural/vegan/cruelty free snob, and Redken is sadly not cruelty free :-( but honestly this shampoo and conditioner made my brittle, damaged, over-processed blonde hair feel the softest it's been (while blonde) in years. I haven't purchased the full size yet because I still have lots of shampoo & conditioner, but when it's time to purchase more, I will probably reach for the Redken All Soft shampoo & conditioner. If you have really dry hair and want some softness and movement, Redken All Soft is definitely worth a try.
I received this product free for review from Influenster and Salon Centric. This review is for the combination of Residence All soft shampoo and conditioner. I was honestly so impressed! My hair was the most manageable it had been in *years*. I am a professional hair stylist and have tried soooo many professional products. For my hair, this one is the best. Something to.consider, though, is that Redken is reportedly *not* a cruelty-free brand, so if this is a concern for you, I'd try Davines, Unite, or Aveda instead.
I received this product for free for review from Influenster and Salon Centric. For my fine, blonde hair, this product was far too heavy and thick. I do feel it was very moisturizing and would benefit someone with coarser hair who needs a ton of moisture.
This product seriously is worth it's weight. Just a little bit on my dry/damahed ends and my hair looked somehow fuller at the ends. I highly recommend this if you have frazzled ends that need a little more substance.
This product really didn't impress me. It conditioned about as well as any other conditioner does on my hair, which is very dry and damaged, and processed. I didn't notice much of a difference in the softness/condition of my hair.
Inexpensive and always do the job. These are sharp and shape well. The added up side is you can find them almost anywhere... The grocery store, pharmacies, etc. These are my go-to nail clippers for price and efficiency.
Omeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor, which reduces the amount of acid produced in your stomach. If you have severe acid reflux, this is an incredible help. The down side? Omeprazole reduces the magnesium in your body, so you want to make sure you get Omeprazole Magnesium to combat that issue. Studies showed that people who take proton pump inhibitors long-term are at a higher risk for esophageal cancer, even moreso than for people who have acid reflux that is uncontrolled with medications. It is believed that added magnesium reduces that risk significantly. You should know all of your facts before taking this medication. If you can manage it, try taking it for only the recommended 2 weeks and change your diet to reduce acid reflux issues in the meantime so you can stop the Omeprazole after the 2 weeks dosage is completed.