Alcame Pure Creme Sensitive Creme Conditioner

 Alcame Pure Creme Sensitive Creme Conditioner
Alcame Pure Creme Sensitive Creme ConditionerAlcame Pure Creme Sensitive Creme Conditioner


1 review

100% would repurchase

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $$

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $$


Ingredients: purified water, behentrimonium methosulfate/cetyl alcohol/butylene gycol, cyclomethicone, cetearyl alcohol, cyclopentasiloxane/dimethiconol, butylene glycol, caprylic/cpric triglyceride, PPG-3 benzyl ether myristate, phenoxyethanol/caprylyl glycol, polyquaternium-10, polyquaternium-59/butylene glycol, ceteareth-20, hydroxyethylcellulose, disodium EDTA, citric acid.

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on 3/13/2019 3:44:00 AM

Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral

Hair: Brown, Other, Medium

Eyes: Blue

If, like me, you need to avoid strongly scented hair products as well as some ingredients, you're in luck. I can't remember how I stumbled across Alcame (with an accent aigu over the final "e"), but since the brand's Clean line is free of fragrances, botanicals, nuts, essential oils, wheat gluten, parabens, and grain proteins, I decided to try the shampoo. There are a few brands I can use (Free and Clear, 100% Pure Yuzu and Pomelo, and Briogeo's Superfoods conditioners), but Free and Clear is too drying for everyday use (although a great clarifying shampoo), and some days I can't tolerate any fragrance. This product is fragrance free, as well as being free of the other ingredients already mentioned. Well, I liked the shampoo so much that I bought the conditioner. It's a fairly creamy, slightly thin (but not watery) conditioner that works well (but don't expect heavy-duty performance from it), rinses out easily, and leaves my hair shiny and manageable. I can't believe it's as good as it is, given that it it one of the few conditioners that meets my needs. It comes packaged in a slender bottle with a flip-top cap, so it doesn't take up much room in the shower, and it's a cosmetically elegant conditioner for those of us who have sensitivities. Finally. (Why don't more companies have a line like this?) Anyway, a 7.1 oz bottle goes for $23 on their site (which can be glitchy for ordering), but I bought it from a reputable eBay seller for about $5 less. Now I no longer have to soak my hair in oil at least once a week to make it look like hair, not straw. I will buy this as long as they make it. (Click the "Ingredients" link above to see the list, please. I had to type them in rather than copy-and-paste, so if you have any questions, please PM me.)

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