Aubrey did it again!!! I purchase from Whole Foods or Vitamin Shoppe for $8.39. It’s usually cheaper at Vitamin Shoppe. The consistency is not as thick as Aubrey Organics Honey Suckle Rose (AO HSR), which makes it easier and more fun to use. For the most part, it is a mainstay of my deep conditioning routine. I usually mix it with AO HSR or Pantene R&N to up the moisturizing benefits, but I’m sure this baby could stand on its own. There is much more slip to be had from this conditioner (compared to AO HSR) and therefore, can be used to help with detangling. However, I don’t use it for this purpose, because it’s a bit too pricey for the amount that I’d need to use (I’d go through a bottle a week!). I’ve repurchased more than 10 times… I love this stuff and highly recommend it! For those of you that have tried AO HSR, and thought it was too thick and lacked slip, you should definitely look into this one.
Ingredients: Coconut fatty acid cream base, organic aloe vera, white camellia oil, wheat germ oil; extracts of fennel, hops, balm mint, mistletoe, camomile and yarrow; organic geranium oil, organic rosemary oil, organic sage oil, carrot oil, aubrey’s preservative (citrus seed extract, vitamin a, c and e).
- Consistency-easy to apply…goes on smoooove
- Provides ample moisture
- Easy to get on the ground
- Smell- I don’t know what to liken it to, but it ain’t good :0( kind of medicinal…
i have hair type 3c type hair and this conditioner just didnt allow my hair to detangle… ive had smoother hair with other products
This and the HSR were the two conditioners I used when I was natural. I have been re-introducing my hair to it lately. They do what the bottle says it is going to do! I love it!
It smelled like Noxema to me lol!