One of my blog readers ( yes A, that is you! ) who is totally into natural and organic products as much as I am, always introduces me to products that I may have missed. In one such conversation, she mentioned the conditioner of SoulTree that she was using and raved about it. I did know that they had recently launched kohl and lipsticks, but I had missed this product. So, thanks a ton A for introducing me to this one.
I got the chance to try it out pretty soon though. While I like to buy the combo of a shampoo and a conditioner, there are some brands that do not have a conditioner yet, like Rustic Art, I pretty much love their shampoos and I would use Jungle by Lush with it till I exhausted the conditioner and never got around to buy another one. I get a very light fragrance of shikakai in this and the fragrance is not overpowering which is a good thing!
The texture is not very thick and it is easy to apply. I don’t need much anyway because I have short hair, but yes you will need to keep it for at least 3-5 minutes for it to condition your hair really well. The first time that I used it, it left my hair pretty dry and that had me thinking if I should use this again. But I did and it left my hair softer.
I use this conditioner in combination with the SoulTree shampoo as well as the Rustic Art shampoo. The tub packaging with a double seal lid makes it an easy option to carry it around too if you are travelling.
Price, Shelf Life and Availability
Re-buy and recommendations?
Re-buy is certainly yes. I am not sure how well it would suit people with dry hair, because as I mentioned earlier, it may not be hydrating enough also I am not sure if it will provide my hair type the right nourishment in winter. I will recommend this for people with normal to oily hair. And its packed with the goodness of hibiscus, shikakai, henna and coconut oil, all of which that are extremely good for your hair. SoulTree is one of the few brands that is totally transparent about the ingredient list about their products. What is more important is that the product is free of parabens and is an organic product, so yes this is totally recommended. I need something nourishing as a conditioner because I oil my hair a lot, at least 4 times a week and this one came as a huge rescue.
Aqua, Aloe barbadensis, Glycerine, Coco caprylate/caprate, Sodium PCA, Cetearyl alcohol, Glyceryl mono stearate, Betain, Trigonella foenum-graecum, Cetearyl glucoside & Cetearyl alcohol, Cocos nucifera oil, Olea europaea oil , PCA Glyceryl oleate, Hydrolyzed wheat protein, Lactic acid, Lawsonia inermis, Hibiscus rosa, Sinensis, Acacia concinna, Sodium stearoyl glutamate, Sodium benzoate, Potassium sorbate, Parfum, Xanthan gum, PCA Ethyl, Cocyl arginate, Geraniol, Linalool, Limonene.
Note: Product sent to me for review, but it has not affected my review.
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