As this cream is defined as pomade so it is very thick textured and have light fragrance similar to fresh aloe vera which disappear very soon. This cream can be used on scalp to prevent dryness however i did not tested it on my scalp for dryness so cannot tell how much this claim is true. I have always used it on hairs to prevent fly aways after washing my hairs.
This cream doesn't feel sticky or greasy and smooths the hairs. It did the job to prevent hairs from flying and charging and keep them in place for very long time. It did add good amount of shine to hairs as well as it claims. It is light weight cream and the ones with thin hairs might don't like it as it will make their hairs more weightless and thin. If you have frizzy curly hairs it will help you tame frizziness and make them straight longer if applied after straightening. I have noticed that it will make hairs little stiff if you put too long this cream on your hairs like hair gels.
Overall this hair cream is good for all type of hairs to prevent flyaways and taming frizziness except for too thin hairs as it will make them more weightless.
- Makes hair styling easy
- Tame frizzy hairs and fly aways
- Doesn't feel heavy on hairs
- For all type of hairs
- Budget friendly
Not in Favor
- Make thin hairs more weightless
- Make hairs stiff if put too long
Yardley of London Almond and Aloe Vera Hair Cream is priced PKR275
Have you used this hair cream? What is your favorite hair styling product?