I decided I had to have this product when the article talked about how it works...the science is really cool. Here's an excerpt from the article:
The first thing I noticed about this product when I used it, was that it wasn't a mist, but more of a gel. The instructions say to part your hair in 5 spots, and spray 3 times along the scalp in each part for a total of 15 sprays. So basically, you're spraying this on the scalp and roots only, not the lengths of your hair.
The nozzle has a tiny hole where the product comes out, so when you spray it, it comes out in sort of a blob, and it has the consistency of a face serum. The first time, I did as instructed and used 15 sprays. My roots ended up feeling a bit sticky all day, so those of you with really fine hair like me might want to go with more like 10 sprays. That's what I did the second day, and it was fine. I also didn't make a big deal of parting my hair, I just flipped it around and tried to get all sides of my scalp. The texture is thin, so after you spray it, you can massage it into the rest of your scalp pretty easily, so don't worry if you don't cover every area when you first spray it- you can spread it around afterwards. It has that classic Pantene fruity-floral scent, and it stays with you throughout the day.
Here's a shot of the box and ingredients: