Not that I've noticed but each person is different on what they consider a strong scent.
The smell is mildly strong and definitely floral, but I find it doesn't aggravate my sensitive nose to the same extent as other floral scented products. I think since it's in conditioner form and rinsed out, it's more tolerable than something like Living Proof's leave-in hair styling products, which give me a headache.
If I were you, I'd first try the smallest size to see if it causes your senses to flare up. And since it's Sephora, you can always return it.
answered 6 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
Its not too strong, almost smells like green tea. Light and refreshing scent.
Not at all. I think it smells fresh & clean.
All Living Proof products have distinctive smells, some more tolerable than others. Its leave-in sprays are pretty strong and chemically. The Restore line, particularly the products you wash out, don't bother my sensitive nose but they are assertively scented. The scent smells more like a fragrance with more complex notes than the "clean" or "fruity" smells more common in drugstores, so it may or may not bother you. Guess you need to try a sample!
Nope, it has a very light, clean scent.
answered 10 months ago
(West Palm Beach, FL)
Hi, I'm sensitive to fragrances as well, actually -- and this conditioner does not have a strong or heavy scent at all. And yet, on the plus side, friends have told me my hair smelled great after using this conditioner :)
answered 11 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
The conditioner and shampoo have nice soft smell and works great.
This in my opinion has a very light smell, however once you dry your hair you will hardly smell it.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
It leaves a pretty strong smell. I love it, but if you are allergic to strong smells, I would not recommend it.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
no it's very light and delicate and relaxing
answered 1 year, 3 months ago