The conditioner can be used as a weekly treatment to prevent the dreaded Pantene build-up (although this doesn't appear to contain silicone!) and give your hair a little boost. The formula is thick and creamy, ensuring there's no dripping or wastage - it can be applied from the roots upwards and massaged into hair to get the nutrients working. Leaving it for 2-5mins while you do other shower-related things works well, washing it away to reveal soft and strong feeling hair. This really does provide an injection of goodness to my hair, specifically to the ends and mid-sections where it's been heat styled and dyed within an inch of its life. Although I haven't noticed any specific difference to my colour, it doesn't encourage fade and it ensures the finished result reflects the light to make my hair look super shiny and healthy. When my daily conditioner doesn't leave my hair feeling like I'd like, or just before a big night out, this has become quite a reliable friend. Considering it's only £4.49, it's well worth picking up and giving a go... It's purse and hair friendly!
You can grab the Pantene Pro-V Intensive Colour Damage Rescue Conditioner for around £4.49 from all good supermarkets and chemists.