The Body Shop • Rainforest Volumizing Conditioner • Conditioner
|Would buy this product again.||40%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I'm one of those ladies who take forever to find a conditioner that suits my fine, longish, limp hair.
I decided to try this as I bought hair products from The Body Shop in the past, and I had success with every one of them!!
This does what I need it to do:
*Softens, but not so much that your hair flops
*Does not coat the hair AT ALL
I'm happy - that's all there is to it :-)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
as far as natural conditioner this is top notch for my oily hair. makes it shiny and weightless. if feels very different in your hair because it lacks silicones and waxes... you wont get that feeling of strongly conditioned hair in the shower (like Pantene)... it will feel more like freshly detangled and soft wet hair.
also, it smells amazing! like apple cider
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I was underwhelmed by this product. I bought it mainly because it's silicone free. The only good part about this conditioner is that it does not weigh down my fine hair.
BUT it also doesn't moisturize it. It basically just does nothing for my hair. My hair doesn't need much, it's pretty healthy, but this just doesn't even add a little moisture. Using this or skipping it: it makes no difference.
I checked the ingredientlist (and uploaded a pic so you can see, it's not very clear but you can read it) and it doesn't contain very moisturizing ingredients. I already noticed that before I bought it, but I decided to give it a try anyway.
I know it's not the lack of silicones that makes the difference, because I've used plenty cone free conditioners that did a wonderful job at moisturizing. My favourite is yes to cucumbers.
I also agree with the previous reviewer that you need to use a lot - and then it's still not moisturizing -, making it not very cost-effective. I've had it for two weeks and it's already nearly empty.
It's not a terrible product that makes my hair look worse (like some conditioners do) so I'm not going to rate it down, but it also doesn't do much for my hair. I would say if you have oily hair that doesn't need much moisture it would be okay, but then again you might as well just use nothing at all. I will not be buying it again and I would not recommend it, even for people with fine oily hair like me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This conditioner smells good and can be decent at moisturizing oily hair, but it only works if you use a good dollop. It's nowhere near as nourishing as other conditioners I've used, and for the price I really wanted something that would last a while. There is nothing inherently wrong with the product, but I don't think it's very cost-effective.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This stuff sucks. I got suckered into buying it because it smelled amazing, I generally like The Body Shop stuff and it was on sale.
Sadly, it doesn't moisturize at all. I have long, straight hair with thin strands and this conditioner did nothing for them. When I washed it out, it came off clumpy. Also, it oddly has salicylic acid in the ingredients list.
I gave it two stars because it's better than nothing and smells good. Otherwise, don't waste your money, this is terrible.