Every so often, I come across a product that is consistently great. Not good, but great. That is this product. My hair reacts so well on it – I can’t believe that I’ve functioned without it in my life for this long.
Alright, before I go blathering on about how much I love it, it’s only fair to give you the nitty gritty details. This conditioner is made with organic products, and is SLS, paraben, and most importantly, sulphate-free. It’s relatively inexpensive (under $10 a bottle), and I’m a pretty big fan of the rest of their skin care regimen. It’s also cruelty-free, which is something I strongly suggest trying to find on your beauty products.
This is a medium-thick conditioner, meaning it’s possible to use it if you have fine hair, but I wouldn’t be excessive. It’s perfect for my medium-thick 3B/3C curls. In fact, it works so well, that my co-worker asked me if I got my hair cut. It made a visible difference to my hair. It’s easily absorbed into my hair shaft for some reason, and doesn’t stay on thick and sticky like some products can. The smell is a bit different, but not nearly as strong and pungent as the Gosh Conditioner I reviewed earlier. The best part is that the smell seems to completely leave my hair after it’s dried – even when I don’t rinse any of it out (I haven’t been rinsing any out of my hair recently – it seems to need the moisture). All of the benefits, none of the negative side effects, in my opinion!
This conditioner has very good slip as well; it’s fairly easy to detangle in the shower (if there really is such a thing as easy detangling). This is one of my go-to conditioners; I usually rotate between this one and the TRESemmé Naturals conditioner mentioned previously. When this product is on sale, people, I stock up.
Curly Score: 10/10
- Excellent conditioning, leaving hair soft and manageable, even with lots of product left on
- Good slip, making it manageable to detangle
- No product smell leftover
- Organic and cruelty-free company
- May be too heavy for those with very, very fine hair