Suave • Suave Naturals Juicy Green Apple Conditioner • Conditioner
|Would buy this product again.||70%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Excellent conditioner for a light rinse out. I like the Apple and Ocean Breeze the best with regard to the natural's product line. They are both light and effective. I hate the Tropical Coconut as it does contain protein which my fine hair cannot tolerate. The consistency of the natural's line conditioners are all different. These two are not heavy and waxy.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
They reformulated. I don't know how great the original was for CO washing, but this works well, just like the ocean breeze. Funny how different suave naturals are different. The apple and ocean are less waxy and lighter, whereas the waterfall mist and lavendar are heavy. Not too heavy. But their consistency is unusual. The apple and ocean glide through hair and produce a lather, which I use in abundance. I soak my hair and then rinse. It glides off my skin, making it equally soft. It leaves little residue behind, which is why the CO wash world embraces it. I recommend for those seeking a really cheap but effective, and pleasant, cleansing. You can find most suave conditioners in grocery stores and walgreens, but if your favorite fragrance is unavailable, try online like Amazon or drugstore.com. Seriously, though, suave invented the bargain hunter's shampoo. The only other I found to be perfect, both in shampoo and condish, was the old white rain extra body, which got reformulated about four or five years ago. So sad. Fortunately, suave's change seems to be for the better. :)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Suave Green Apple Conditioner
I have healthy, shoulder length, color processed straight hair and an oily scalp. I�ve been using this for 2 years now. What I love most about this conditioner is that it is not heavy and doesn�t make my hair full of static. I hate static and flyaway hair. The only time my hair gets static when using this conditioner is when I use a shampoo like Nexxus Therappe . It�s the shampoo that�s the culprit.
This conditioner is for hair that needs just enough conditioning to get rid of tangles and make hair smooth. If you need more aggressive conditioning and moisture, give this a pass and use something else.
The scent is much better than the Coconut version. I was getting more and more nauseated by the sweet coconut smell, hence the switch to the Green Apple which has a much fresher pleasant scent.
Little to no buildup
No heavy silicones
Complements any shampoo
Doesn�t leave hair static and flyaway
Availability at drugstores and supermarkets
Not for those who need more aggressive conditioning and moisture
Doesn�t add much body but it doesn�t advertise itself as bodybuilding
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
I like this conditioner! I love how Suave makes shampoos and conditioners in pretty much every scent imaginable. This one really does smell like a green apple. It's really crisp and refreshing. Plus the conditioner itself works really well. I put it on my clean, wet hair and comb it through before I rinse it. Without using too much product, it detangles my hair quite well. It also leaves my hair soft and manageable. I would repurchase and I do recommend.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Kinky Eyes: Brown
Although this product smelled good, it did nothing for moisturizing, & my hair was still pretty knotted after using this. Someone gave this to me, so I'm not actually out anything, but I would not repurchase.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This isn't good.Does smell nice & is cheap.But is too runny and thin detangle is average still had some knots though and flyaways/frizzy hair.not good what-so-ever.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Runny & thin but fresh & adequately moisturizing, this is a great conditioner for healthy hair. Doesn't coat or weigh hair down, doesn't make it greasy, rinses cleanly, & smells of fresh green apples.
It seems to be silicone-free (maybe?)...hope so. I don't see any familiar silicone words in the ingredients list. Large bottle, tiny price, great deal.
My only complaint is the apple scent isn't strong enough. Would buy again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Nice smell and cheap price. I have fine, straight hair and I used this with the apple shampoo and my hair was soft and shiny but it was also frizzy and I had fly aways.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
love love love love! i mean it smells amazing, makes my hair look gorgeous and shiny and clean. It smells amaazing! it also brings out the brown in my hair and the natural hilights from the sun. It's amazingll i love everything about it
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Dark, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I used this conditioner as a shave cream so I can't comment on it's hair conditioning performance. As a shaving cream, I thought it smelled lovely, worked well & my only concern are the ingredients. I'm trying to switch over to safer products & avoid ingredients such as "fragrance" that can consist of up to 100+ unknown chemical substances.
Retail Price: $2.00 (approx)
Promise Statement: "Suave Naturals Conditioner Juicy Green Apple Conditioner combines the fragrance of orchard grown, juicy green apples in a formula with gentle conditioners to nourish and restore the natural beauty."
First 5 Key Ingredients:
Water (Aqua), Cetyl Alcohol, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Fragrance (Parfum), Lactic Acid.
Make no mistake. The lovely scent of this conditioner comes from anything BUT the natural smell of juicy green apples but more so from a cocktail of chemicals combined to create the illusion. Apple extract is #15 of 18 ingredients so 1) there's nothing "natural" about this conditioner & 2) it contains a very minute amount of apple anything. False advertising all the way but given the price & the brand, I'm not surprised. Personally though, I like to find the ingredients boasted in the advertising included in the first 5. Rarely the case with most commercial products.