You already saw my first attempt at creating an avocado hair treatment, so you can imagine my excitement when I discovered an avocado based hair conditioner from shescentit.com. This is a pretty loose conditioner, not nearly as thick as conditioners that I normally use but it works really well. The scent is sweet although I can’t specifically identify that fragrance. It is designed to moisturize over processed, dry frizzy hair. While I would not describe my hair as frizzy or over processed it is dry so I was eager to try the product. I feel because of the loose consistency I use more than I should, I am already heavy handed with product and this just allowed me to easily scoop more into my hand as I layered it on. My hair was lacked shine when it was all said and done but it had a great scent to it and it held my curls like you would not believe. My hair was super bouncy days after using that conditioner and my hair didn’t feel like hay.
I would purchase this conditioner again if it didn’t include parabens but it does…sigh. This simply means that I will use the Banana Brule conditioner instead of the avocado conditioner.
Check out some of the other ingredients: Avocado Oil, Vitamin E, Grape seed oil, Castor Oil, Glycerin, cetyl alcohol, Coconut oil, citric acid, Germaben, Aqua, Stearalkonium Chloride (plant derived), phosphoric acid, fragrance, color.
(picture courtesy of shescentit.com)