Reviewed by Rachel
Before I get into my review, let me describe my hair to give you an idea of what I’m up against when I use a shampoo or conditioner. I have quite thick, wavy hair that is dry and color treated. I don’t wash my hair every day because it would do more harm than good.
The first thing I noticed about Hair Vitality Conditioner ($44 in the shop) was that it is thinner than most conditioners that I’ve used in the past. I would actually describe it as a bit watery. I had to use a little more than usual in order to cover my long hair, and it smells really nice (like orange or citrus). This conditioner also does a good job of detangling. I could run my fingers through my hair with no problem in the shower. After only a few weeks, I noticed less hair in the shower drain.
As for styling, it offers a very nice, light conditioning effect. It isn’t heavy at all. It doesn’t necessarily control frizz but, honestly, I haven’t found anything that does with my hair. I think this conditioner would be perfect for anyone with thin hair who is looking for a lightweight finish. I didn’t notice any added volume – but then again, I don’t need any. This product works well as a basic conditioner, but I would probably need to add in a deep conditioner at least once a week for some extra moisture. I’ve only been using Hair Vitality Conditioner for six weeks; however, so I could see how the cumulative effects may make that unnecessary over time.
Ingredients:Reverse Osmosis Water, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Ceteareth-6 olivate Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Vitamin B5, Macadamia Nut Oil, Citric Acid.,Caffeine, Aspen Bark Extract, 100% Triple Refined Emu Oil, Vitamin E, Alpha Bisabolol, Beta Sitosterol, Essential Oils Of Yuzu, Carrot Seed, Thyme Ct Linalool, Ravensara Aromatica, Behenamidopropyl ethyldimonium ethosulfate
Silicone and paraben free. Not tested on animals