A product that has been circulating the bloggersphere like there is no tomorrow is "Charles Worthington Salon at Home Secrets Collection Moisture Seal Intense Rescue Melting Balm"- what a mouthful!
When i first tried this out, i wasn't impressed. I carried on using it but nothing was happening. It was not until my shampoo ran out and i decided to choose another one did i start to see results.
When i started using this product i paired it with my Patene shampoo and conditioner then moved on to Head and shoulders, when i used the balm with them i didn't see any change. I then switched to using Aussie's miracle moist shampoo and conditioner and i started to see amazing results. There was a visible difference in the look and feel in my hair. The ends appeared moisturised and my split ends appeared to have lessened.
I use a big pea size and rub the solid between my hands until it melts and turns into a liquid. I only apply to the bottom half of my hair (from the bottom of the ears down to the end of my hair). I think that you need to use a good quality shampoo and conditioner if you want to see any results and if you don't like to spend £5+ on a shampoo/conditioner then don't bother buying it because it'll be a waste of money and you'll see no effect. It retails for £16.99 which I think, personally, is far too expensive for the product. However, boots often reduces it to £10 which is much more of a fair price so keep an eye on that. Buy (here)
Buy Aussie Miracle moist shampoo (here) and conditioner (here).