Best Leave In Conditioner for Curly Hair
- Leaves hair feeling soft and moisturized
- Smells wonderful
- Helps grow and strengthen hair
Sadly, the packaging of this leave in conditioner is a jar rather than a pump; it takes some time to figure out how much to apply effectively.
There are plenty of pros to this leave in conditioner, namely its ability to deeply moisturize from roots to tips; it’s serious stuff and packed with all things good. Many different hair types have reported intense success with this leave in conditioner, but it seems to work especially well for chemically treated and curly locks.
This product doesn’t leave any build-up so you can use it every day without worrying about damaging your hair or it becoming rather clumpy. It really feels as though it promotes healthy hair and hair growth (which many users can attest to). And, you should expect a softer feeling head of hair and a terrific, somewhat indescribable scent.
Hair type? This can be used on all hair types including natural and chemically treated hair. It also does a fantastic job with curls and even dreads.
Function? You should expect ultra moisture in this formula. As a leave in conditioner, it reduces the appearance of split ends. It’s rather nourishing and many users report increased hair growth.
Key ingredients? Shea butter, castor oil, apple cider vinegar, and peppermint. And, remember, there aren’t any sulfates.
Scent and consistency? This leave in conditioner is simultaneously thick and lightweight with a slightly caramel smell – though there are some that believe it smells a little more like play dough
Directions for use? Apply to clean, towel-dried hair working the product from roots to ends with a comb. And, luckily, it can be rinsed out if you accidentally put too much in (and you might… at first).
Will it break the bank? You’ll pay about $13 for a single 16-ounce tub or $20 for a two-pack. That’s pretty much a no brainer as you’ll save 15 cents per ounce.
- Rated #2 in 5 Best Leave In Conditioners