which is the best hair conditioner?

August 15, 2007 6:01pm CST
which hair conditioner works best for you?
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5 responses
@kate1356 (697)
• United States
13 Sep 07
I rotate three different conditioners. The ones I am using right now are.. Herbal Essences Body Envy conditioner- In general, I like all the Herbal Essences products. The scent of this conditioner is a mild citrus scent and it works well on my normal (sometimes dry) hair. I use this conditioner all year long. You can beat the price ($3 on sale). Lush Coolaulin conditioner- This is a thinner conditioner and I like using it during the warmer summer months when I don't need a heavy conditioner. I really love the coconut scent. This is a bit pricier than regular conditioners (16.9 oz for $25) Isle of Eden's Sultry Smooth Hair Conditioner- This conditioner is pretty thick but it works well for my hair. I like how you can choose how you want the conditioner scented (their are tons of scents to choose from). My favorite is coconut or the Her name is Lola scent (which is an orange/coconut mix). This conditioner is around $11 for 9 oz.
@ma_belle (1357)
• United States
4 Sep 07
My favorite is Aveda Damage Remedy conditioner. I love it if my hair feels dried out, or damaged. Its kind of expensive but so worth it.
@wiccania (3360)
• United States
15 Aug 07
I prefer to use Garnier Fructis conditioner. Sometimes I buy other brands for a little change, but I always have some of that on hand. I also always have a container of their conditioning masque on hand.
15 Aug 07
Andrew Collinge Perfect Endings is brilliant. American Cream from Lush is also pretty good and smells amazing.
@Zelmarq (12565)
• Cebu City, Philippines
15 Aug 07
I have tried many conditioners but theres only one conditioner that I have learned to love and that is pantene conditioner with the pink variant. One thing that I like about this conditioner is that its smells good and very affordable. I also like the packing its a pink color and it really suits women like me, reminding me of girl power.