Nature's Gate • Rainwater Henna Conditioner • Conditioner
|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I have to be very careful with this conditioner. If I get any little bit in my roots it makes my hair feel greasy and heavy...
However, when applied just to my ends, it's perfect.
A bit tricky if you have oily hair like me. I imagine this would be wonderful for someone with very dry hair. Not sure I'll get more for myself, though. I'll probably get a lighter conditioner and use this every once in a while as a deep conditioner.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
This stuff is cheap and smells okay. I did not find this to be moisturizing or do anything at all to improve the appearance of my hair. As a matter of fact, it made my hair dull and feel badly. Some days I was able to help it with product, but it's just not worth it even as cheap as this stuff is. I hope it works better for shaving my legs. I will not repurchase and I wouldn't feel bad for dumping it down the drain.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
i hate to break the cycle of great reviews, but i wont be repurchasing this. don't misunderstand me, its a great conditioner, but not what i was looking for. it left my hair soft, smooth and with a decent amountof slip but not the greatest; also has a nice cherry smell. i used it for co washing, however, it started to turn my highlighted hair orangey...i asked my hairstylist (whos also a good friend) and she told me to quit using it..i bought the hemp instead, so stay tuned for a review in a while about that one. great price for 18oz, $6. the bottle is a bit annoying tho- when you squeeze it it takes the shape, so my bottles are all bent...
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Blue
Thank you ladies! I thought I would try this after reading the reviews here. My hair is colored, medium thick, fine texture, and slightly dry. I need detangling that doesn't weigh my hair down. This works great! And it is cheap! And I can get it at my local pharmacy!
I have spent more than double on conditioners that don't nearly as well. I don't like it quite as well as the Philosophy Shear Splendor that was discontinued. However, this is less than a third of price and locally available (and not discontinued).
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
This conditioner is not at all heavy and leaves a nice feeling in my hair. In cold weather it's not quite conditioning enough (hair gets a little static-y) but if I use a grooming creme over after towel drying it's just fine.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Great conditioner! I've gotten into 'natural' hair products recently and have been trying a few. This gives my hair good conditioning (I have lots of blond highlights) and detangles nicely. I also like that it doesn't seem to build up. When you use this in conjunction with a non SLS shampoo, it really brings out some nice shine! I have been using the Alba Plumeria shampoo and am now onto Nature's Gate Organics, Camomile and Lemon Verbena.
Age: Unknown Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
This condirtioner works well with the Rainwater shampoo. It is moisturizing, but my hair is unprocessed.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I am constantly on the search for the perfect pillow and the perfect conditioner... well, at last I have found one of them! This stuff makes my fine, frizzy hair BEAUTIFUL.. no frizz, just shine and it BEHAVES!
I am amazed that this is better than salon stuff that costs 3x as much!
Now if I could just find that pillow...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Neutral Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Other
As I noted in my review of Nature's Gate Rainwater Henna Shampoo..I was inspired to try this line for several reasons..mostly b/c drugstore shampoos and conditioners wreck havoc on my hair and my favored salon stuff was getting way too pricey especially when it comes to be on a budget and save for a wedding and Xmas time approaching. Natural brands seemed like a good middle ground.
The Rainwater Henna Conditioner really appealed to me b/c the ingredient list was very simple. I looked at it, and knew what everything was. And no silicones or anything of the sourt to coat hair.
The formula is very thick, but once applied to my hair it doesn't feel thick at all. It soaks right in and reminds me of some cream leave ins I have used. I sometimes have to use a little more of this conditioner than I would other conditioners b/c it is so light, but in reality that is perfect for my fine limp hair.
It has a slight yummy cherry almond scent. I leave this in for about 3 minutes and rinse and it's perfect for my hair. It gives the right about of conditioning w/o being too much or too little. I wouldn't rec this for anybody with coarse thick hair though, it's probably not going to do much at all. I also believe the henna infused water which is the first ingredient in this does do a little as my hair is shinier and more dimensional since I've started using this. The product contains nothing to coat hair so I'm not worried about that.
Hopefully this will continue to work as well as it is. If so, it will become my new favorite conditioner and my search will be off. Right now I'm loving it!