MSRP $30.00 USD
Conditioner Bar - Wintergreen, Patchouli, Lemon
This conditioner works great! My hair is slightly thin/fine, with a slight wave to it. It is cut into an asymmetrical pixie. It is also bleached & dyed purple. Anyone who uses semipermanent fantasy/bright hair color knows that purple is about the fastest to fade.
Now that you know what I'm working with, on to the review... I really like the performance of this conditioner! It is easy to apply to my short hair & makes my bleached hair soft & manageable. I personally don't care for the scent. I'm just not a fan of patchouli. It's not too overpowering once my hair is dry & it's just a personal preference, so I can't justify removing a star based on the scent.
I AM excited about the coconut conditioner! But this lasts FOREVER so it'll be a while before it needs to be replaced! :)
The amount of time this takes to apply is insane. I have to turn off the water and freeze like a wet chicken for a good 20 min to apply this. I wish they would do a concentrate type product...like I used it 3x and the bar is already half way done too...the conditioner itself is awesome. Super light, which allows the top of my hair to curl really nicely and my curls are a lot less stretched than they use to be. It smells nice.
We appreciate your feedback Alexandra. Good news, we are working on the transferability.
My wife loves the bar. It lasts forever
I love this conditioner so much more than what I'd been using in a plastic bottle before. The only downside is that it takes several passes and therefore more time to apply, but otherwise a great product. Lasts a very long time too. I have no problem with the scent, I mostly smell the wintergreen, and it doesn't really linger much once my hair is dry.
I have very long, more curly than straight hair, and rather dry hair, that is impossible to brush without a detangler. Well, I didn’t need a detangler after this conditioner. It was fantastic. I was truly impressed and I have to order more! However, the application is horrific. It takes a very long time to get my entire hair lathered. I have never used a bar before, but I wish it would dissolve better. I wash my hair under the shower and while I feel good using a plastic free product, I didn’t feel good wasting water while applying the conditioner. A bunch of hair gets stuck to it as well.
I read a lot of negative comments about the scent. It says wintergreen, patchouli and lemon in the description. Those were my expectations and that’s what it smells like. If you make more scents, I hope you don’t discontinue this one. It smells fabulous, clean, simple, not overpowering.
Love love that you are sharing your experience with us MB. This helps so much with product development moving forward <3
Detangle. Moisturize. Ditch the plastic.
Our conditioner was developed from the same chemistry as a top-performing 'liquid' equivalent. What does that mean?
We got you. Added bonus - it smells fantastic (A blend of Wintergreen, Patchouli, and Lemon). It had to work with thick curly hair, fine straight hair, and everything in between. After several iterations, we believe we got it right. We think you'll agree.
Each 60gm (2.1oz) bar is equal to 3 - 4 bottles of liquid conditioner.
Each sample bar is 15gm (.5 oz) - great for travelling or gifting!
- The right blend of bounce and slip to give your hair the nourishment it needs, without weighing it down
- 100% Plant Based Ingredients
- Real chemistry that will give you the results you've come to expect from a quality conditioner
What’s Not Inside?
- Animal Testing
- Sulphates, Parabens & harsh chemicals
- PLASTIC OF ANY KIND!
HOW TO USE YOUR CONDITIONER BAR
Simply wet your hair and gently work the bar through from root to tip. Massage it into your hair and give it a good rinse.
Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, Dipalmitoylethyl Hydroxyethylmonium Methosulfate, Behenamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Cetearyl alcohol, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Glycerin, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Lactic Acid, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Aqua, Citrus sinensis, Hydrolyzed Jojoba Esters, Gaultheria procumbens, Citrus limonum, Pogostemon cablin