Sadly, this has not worked for me at all.
I am happy to see a 'cruelty-free' product and the ingredients also seem mostly natural or vegan. Unfortunately, this caused lots of flaking and itching on my scalp. Also the hair was left feeling like straw - very brittle. Yes, it did add some shine but so does plain organic vinegar or lemon juice and it is more natural.
I suspect the sterylkonium ingredient.
The scent is okay. Luckily I got this on sale but it was not worth even the sale price :(
I thought this did a very good job of boosting moisture in my hair and it gave me good texture. The smell is lovely, however it doesn't stay that long. It has a nice thick consistency, but rinses clean. I also admire the ingredient list. I wouldn't waste my time buying the matching styling cream as this also works fine as a leave in and styling cream for my hair type (I'm a 3b). I don't have the matching shampoo unfortunately so I don't know how well that pairs with the conditioner. So far I have only seen this in Wholefoods, but last week I saw that my local CVS was starting to carry it. Update: Not too hydrating overtime as a rinse-out. I still love it as a leave-in though, but will not repurchase.
Smelled fantastic. Works alright as a leave in conditioner.
But actually conditioning my hair with it (no shampoo before), my hair felt very dry, almost like straw, after. Must be the absence of many silicones, which I'm so used to.
It was on sale for $5; while the ingredients sound really great I wouldn't pay regular price otherwise.
It does add some shine.
I had to spend way too much time carefully detangling my hair, even though I drenched my hair in this multiple times a day as a leave-in conditioner in addition to using it in the shower. With some silicones and hydrolyzed protein I think it would have packed a more powerful punch.