Jack Black Nourishing Hair & Scalp Conditioner

Best Men’s Conditioner for Dry Scalps

Why people love it
  • Leaves hair soft and smooth
  • A little goes a long way
  • Amazing for dry hair
Cons

It’s not as inexpensive as other conditioners, and there are those that don’t feel it’s worth the price.

Details

You’re not alone if you love Jack Black products; it’s tough to find a guy that doesn’t have at least one he’s willing to rave about. And, this conditioner will easily become one of your faves if you battle seriously dry hair and scalp issues. It’s got everything you would expect from a deeply hydrating conditioner, such as jojoba and seed oils, not to mention tea tree oil and basil extracts. Basically, this stuff hydrates like a bomb.

And, as far as the price goes, we have to tell you something… you really don’t need that much at a time. It’s quite thick and über nourishing, so the bottle will last for some time. Okay, not perhaps as long as other products, but still for a month or more. And, it smells fantastic, so you’ll look forward to adding this conditioning step to your daily routine.

Better still, it’s relatively free of questionable ingredients, which means that those with sensitive skins typically use it without experiencing negative side effects.

Key ingredients: Tea tree oil and basil leaf        

Sulfates: No

Parabens: No

Other notable ingredients: You’ll also find peppermint oil, organic kelp, sunflower seed oil, ginseng root extract, grapefruit peel oil, carrot root extract, aloe leaf extract, and jojoba oil. There is some alcohol, but it’s generally free of the nasties.

Cruelty-free: Yes

Scent: Light, indescribable scent.

Bottle size: 10 oz

Price: This usually sells for $20 for a 10-ounce bottle which works out to $2 per ounce. That's not the best, but it’s still definitely in the reasonable range.

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