Really. Everyone should give it a go. It not only hell with your hair but also your scalp! And the smell is just so divine.
This is a decent product. I am allergic to sulphur and it never crossed my mind that sulphate products might trigger the same adverse reactions. So I changed all my hair care to natural brands. I live in humid Singapore, oily roots but dry, dry ends (everytime I step into a salon, the hairdresser without fail will ask me if I want a moisture treatment). Anyways, Giovanni (50/50 Balanced Shampoo) + Sukin Moisture conditioner + Organix Argan oil has improved the state of my hair to a similar when I was younger. There's shine, volume, my natural wave is more controllable. And this has only been a few months of usage. I'll continue to buy!
This conditioner is PERRRFEECCTTTT! It smells SO good - a subtle almond-y scent (NOT synthetic), it makes my hair feel softer and shiner after use with NO silicones.
This is a really nice conditioner. If you are trying to stray away from chemical-ridden products like me this is great. It is quite gentle but nourishing at the same time, I just leave it in the ends of my hair for a few minutes and then rinse. However, my hair is quite nutritious naturally... if your hair is dull and dry you might need something a little more powerful... or perhaps this is good because its without chemicals... I'm not really sure, but I am a huge fan of all Sukin products.
I've been on a search for an Australian-made natural conditioner to replace my beloved Jasön Naturals Apricot Conditioner - Shine, which is not available in Australia. Sukin Moisture Restoring Conditioner is the best natural-ingredient replacement I've found thus far.
My hair is curly, thick and chemically treated, and I wear it long past my shoulders. I tried Sukin's Nourishing Conditioner, which did a good job of moisturizing, but the Moisture Restoring Conditioner leaves my hair a bit softer and shinier, and it doesn't give me hairline or back pimples. If there were partial lippies I'd give Nourishing Conditioner 3.5 and Moisture Restoring Conditioner 4.
Moisture Restoring Conditioner is still not as fantastic as Jasön's Apricot but it's a good local, natural, carbon neutral alternative for me here in Australia.
UPDATE July 2010: After finishing the bottle, I decided I could find something that moisturized my hair better. I'm glad I did. I've since found out that humectants (including aloe, glycerin, honey, panthenol) actually dry hair out when there isn't moisture in the air by sucking the moisture from the hair (see Natural Haven blog for scientific explanation). This explains why my hair continued to get drier while using this product in dry Australia (and why my beloved Jasön's Apricot also doesn't work in Australia). So, I still recommend this product, especially since it has the right kind of protein (hydrolyzed) and beautiful ingredients. But if you are in a dry/non-humid climate, then try a conditioner with humectants further down on the ingredients list.