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Aqua (Purified Water), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Hydroflorate*, Active Aloe Barbadensis (10% Polysaccharides), Emulsifying Wax, Steralkonium Chloride, Anthemus Nobilis (Chamomile) Extract*, Stearyl Alcohol, Calendula Officinalis (Marigold) Extract*, Equesetum Arvense (Horsetail) Extract*, Cydopentasiloxane (and) Dimethicone, Spirulina Maxima (Spirulina), Keratin Amino Acids, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Oil*, Natural Tocopherol (Vit. E), Retinyl Palmitate (Vit. A), Glyceryl
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Reviews For Moisturizing 84% Aloe Vera Conditioner
Based on 7 Reviews
I don't think the conditioner has a weird smell at all. I'm very satisfied by this product. My hair feels stronger and shines. Just make sure you rinse well so it doesn't weigh your hair down.
- Harley S
Love Jason products, but this particular conditioner doesn't smell great. Reminds me of a cleaning product. Works fine but I won't be buying again because of the smell
Very nice [occasional] conditioner for oily hair!
I have very long, oily hair that I wash daily but still like a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner for once or twice per week. This moisturizes well but rinses clean. I couldn't ask for anything more! It also has a nice, light scent. Nothing over-powering or full of funky chemicals, which I appreciate.
Jason's aloe Vera conditioner
Love this product also. It equals the shampoo. No strong scent. Again, the bottle is awkward. Luv it though.
- Leslie Dickerson
I use this conditioner every day. I love how it moisturizes my hair. The smell is a little funky so that's a down side, but the results are undeniable. I definitely recommend trying this conditioner.
gentle scent, works on my course thick hair, would buy again
- Jackie O
This could just be me, but my biggest turnoff to this Aloe Vera shampoo & conditioner is the smell. It reminds me of a public restroom at a campground. It smells like the cheap soap in the dispensers there, I think?
That being said, the conditioner has a good consistency and leaved my fine, long hair feeling soft, but not heavy or greasy or coated. Typically in the shower I will distribute the conditioner throughout the end half of my hair (not on the scalp or up top!) and leave it in while I shave or soap up. I think the conditioner's a quality product.
The smell may seem cheap to me, but this won't keep me from finishing the bottles. Just won't be purchasing the aloe kind again - I like Jason's Apricot line and some of the other shampoo/conditioner sets I have tried, so I hope Thrive looks to carry more from the Jason line. The prices offered on Thrive are easily $1.50-$2.50 less than my local grocery store has them priced.
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