i must say i'm very shocked. i adore all lush products but i was unsure about a solid conditioner. i have tried MANY conditioners, from terax to frederic fekkkai, and none of them cut it. what a surprise!! this is by far the best one i've ever used. my hair is very long (to my waist), straight, and can get tangled quite easily. jungle conditioner was perfect for me. i admit it might be tricky for some but i actually found it to be a quick and easy replacement to liquid conditioners. i made sure my hair was fairly wet, not wrung out, and ran the jungle down the length of my hair repeatedly, section by section. it rinses clean with no residue, and smells so fresh and natural, like citrus and greens. best of all......i don't need a leave-in detangler.
Loved the smell, loved the results. Would definately buy this again
Smells good but doesn't function well as the conditioner it s supposed to be. My hair felt stiff and loked dull. combing it was imposible too. I am sticking to liquid conditioners for now
Serious fan of Jungle here. The smell is what gets you at first - I can only describe as Fig-Banana-Pine..which sounds weird, but smells wonderful. I slice this bar into 1/4 inch pieces and store in the LUSH shampoo tin. I find it is great for traveling. I rub this all over my hair when it's wet and it makes combing easy!
Hmm. I had heard so many good things about Jungle. It is moderately expensive for what you get, although still one of their cheaper products. Packaging, well, there is none LOL. As its a solid conditioner bar, it comes in "cylinder" slices. I also suggest that if you buy a big chunk, cut it into 1-inch thick "disc" chunks to make it easier to use. This can make it awkward to keep the bar dry after use. I used it on my long, thick, curly hair and it barely conditioned at all, but the plus side is it didnt weigh my curls down any or leave any residue. It is a really light conditioner, not one for your intensive days. It has a really herbal scent to it which can seem strange at first, but the smell is catchy :) . I also found it hard to actually get it to 'melt' onto my hair when I spread it on. I swiped it in downward streaks one section at a time, because if I had just swirled it around it would have made my hair a gigantic mess. I left it on for 10 mins or so each time, and it rinsed out easily enough. Great for travelling though. Their American Cream is better.
Oh my ever-shining head of hair! I love Jungle with a passion. It smells so beautiful, supposedly like Gavarnie Soap. I will always have a big chunk of this solid conditioner on hand.