Yarok Feed Your Ends Leave-in Conditioner- reader reviewed
I wanted to like Yarok’s Feed Your Ends ($18/4oz), but I have mixed feelings about it. The label states it is a leave-in conditioner for heat protection. I did love the smell; great ingredients like jojoba, olive, grape seed, apricot and evening primrose oils must do that. There are a few essential oils as well. Despite the many oils in the conditioner, it still feels really light on the hair. And one would think it would give great shine, but I didn’t find this to be so.
My hair is pretty thick and short, so maybe if it were longer and I used a dryer more frequently, I would have noticed a difference in heat protection. I have been using it mostly by just spraying some in my palms and roughing it through my hair. It actually makes a nice styling product, and I know it’s good for my hair, so what the heck if the price is reasonable. Would I buy it? I’d give it another chance if I decided to let my hair grow long.
However, with all of Yarok’s other wonderful products, I’m not sure one needs this product as well.
[Editor’s note: To learn more about the organic haircare line, watch Marta’s video interview with Yarok’s Theadora Guzman]
Ingredients: Nourishing Vitamin Water, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Olive Oil, Organic Grapeseed Oil, Organic Apricot Oil, Organic Evening Primrose Oil, Plant Sourced Kosher Vegan Xanthan Gum/Potassium Sorbate, Organic Essential Oils of Rosemary, Litsea Cubeba