I am always keeping my eyes peeled open for products to repair and rescue my hair. I have naturally dry hair and it doesn't help that I dye it blonde. I'm still sitting on the fence when it comes to hair oils, I know so many people rave about them but I always find it an odd concept. I need to see 100% miracles from an oil to come around to it I think. This Charles Worthington Melting Balm is a mid-ground for me, it feels like a hair product but when rubbed it is forms a thick, oil like balm. It doesn't seem dissimilar to facial cleasning balms.
All you need is a small amount, like the size of a 50pence into the palms of your hands where it just melts into a soft balmy liquid. Then I apply it to the ends of my unwashed hair before placing it into a top knot. Where I leave it for 20-30minutes... if my hair is particulary dry then I will leave it on for longer sometimes on a Sunday especially when I am just bumming around the house. You don't need to use a huge amount and it must stay to the ends of your hair otherwise it can make your roots extremely greasy. After only using this once I noticed a huge difference in the lookand felt of my hair, it instantly looked smoother, nourished and more shiny. My hair drank the moisture of the balm so it didn't feel as though I was weighing down the ends.
It isn't the cheapest option on the market, but I would definitely say that it is worth the money. I have used this on a dozen occasions already and still have more than half the pot left. I think it is an amazing mask and Boots always have bits on promotion, you can pick this up at the moment for £10, if you miss that they usually have it on 3 for 2 also. So if you see it in your local boots, I would recommend this for everyone.
The product is a dream for anyone with split ends and damage.