Deva Curl One Condition Original Daily Cream

Best Men’s Conditioner for Curly Hair

Why people love it
  • Great product for curly hair
  • Smells so good
  • Reduces frizz and leaves hair soft

Some people find the smell a little less than pleasing. And, though they like the product, sometimes the packaging doesn’t hold up in the post.


This is another one of those conditioners that seem to knock down a couple of targets in a single dose. For a start, this is one amazing conditioner for guys with curly hair. It keeps flyaways to a minimum and makes everything from waves to curls appear amazing. Along with the mostly natural ingredients (we’re a little sad that they kept nearly everything natural and then decided to add some fragrance, but…), you get a decent amount of UV protection.

Now, for the other major plus of this conditioner… it goes really well with the accompanying no-poo product. Okay, we know that sounds terrible if you’ve never heard it before, so we’ll explain. There are those that believe we do way too much damage to our hair when we use shampoo. If you’re after that sort of thing, you may want to look at this line whether you have curls or not.

Need another reason to be happy about this product? How about the easy dispensing pump? And, you shouldn’t be scared by the price tag, when you calculate per ounce, it’s not that bad.

Key ingredients: Orange peel plus vitamins C and E     

Sulfates: No

Parabens: No

Other notable ingredients: Sadly, there are added fragrances here, but you’ll also find grapeseed oil, wheat amino acids, and rosemary extracts.

Cruelty-free: Yes

Scent: Citrus

Bottle size: 32 ounces

Price: Don’t have a small panic attack when you see the price tag at $32 – that is for 32 ounces which means this is about $1.00 per ounce. That’s really not bad; there are better conditioners when it comes to price, but not by that much.

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