September 19, 2014 | 934 users online

Nature's Gate Herbal Daily Conditioning

Average Rating 3.7/5
72% would buy again
11 reviews

Where to buy

Review by Kalya

rated 4 of 5 top reviewer on 3/28/2013 2:56:00 PM More reviews by Kalya

Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown

I am including my old review here. I may have misjudged this product after all. This is an amazing conditioner. My hair is thick, slightly on the drier side and voluminous. After using this conditioner and leaving it on the hair for a minute or two, I washed it off and let my hair air-dry. It does smell heavenly, btw! Scent is very strong but tones down in a week or two. The conditioner is not hydrating - at least for my hair, which is dry and crunchy, but it did make my hair very soft and shiny. Also the caramel brown colour does not look too attractive. I dabbed a bit of apricot kernel oil and aloe, to help further condition. Also I noted that if I use this conditioner often, it does cause some buildup that I am not happy about. I am still not sure about the hidden chemicals...there is something in the conditioner that causes my eyes to water, if I use it in excess. Overall, I am happy with this conditioner. Oh, and I usually use conditioner after shampooing with shikakai, so it is highly likely that the shikakai is also a factor in the good results! This was my old review -> ********************************** This conditioner has a wonderful herbal scent. That's about it.... Bad stuff - the product is brownish (like decaying matter) and does not do anything beneficial for the hair. At least I did not see any improvement - in fact, the hair has turned stringy and there is some dandruff/buildup on the scalp after 2-3 days of using this conditioner......noticed some extra hair loss than normal.... Scent is super-strong....the kind that makes eyes redden and water. I also suspect this has some hidden chemicals NOT listed in the label.

Is this review helpful? Yes No

Read 11 reviews of Herbal Daily Conditioning