Waterless Conditioner Concentrate627987494327Everist's cruelty-free waterless paste is activated by the water in your shower and conditions without stripping hair. The concentrated formula fits into a travel-friendly aluminum tube and features a refreshing blend of five essential oils—including bergamot, rosemary, and peppermint—to revitalize the hair and scalp without the use of parabens, silicone, sulfates, or dyes.3.4 oz tube
No Thanks - by ToddI really wanted to love this product, but it just wasn’t for me. Greasy, minty, and the oil leaked out of the cap once opened (no matter how tightly I screwed it on or what direction I stored it) and stained the marble shelf in my shower. It was hard to use and my hair felt limp, smelled very strongly of mint and was not exactly clean looking! Maybe it was user error, but I gave it a few weeks and then had to throw in the towel on this one.
Interesting - by AjaI can’t say I end up using a whole lot less of this than regular conditioner but I do like the change! It’s very balmy/ almost greasy feeling when you try to emulsify it in your hands before applying to hair, and because it’s more thick and less creamy it requires me to comb it through a bit more in the shower but I’m never left with greasy hair so I dig it! Ultimately it’s not so wonderful that I can justify continuing to pay for the smallish tube though.
Wanted to love as a conditioner but it made a great shavi... - by ShayUsed half the container in first wash, did not detangle hair at all. Hair felt like no conditioner had been applied. So then I used it as a shaving cream, it’s a great shaving cream!
Amazing! - by Dalia ConcepcionI was worried that this would leave my short fine wavy hair a greasy mess, but it’s perfect! I use it about twice a week after the matching shampoo. It also smells great. It would be amazing if they sold this in travel size tubes!
Best conditioner for your hair - by CareyWhile an inch does the trick, this product hydrates my hair but doesn’t hurt it long term. With they made a mask