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If you are searching for a quick leave-in conditioner, you may want to try the 100% virgin coconut oil treatment made with coconut milk and acacia Senegal.
This instant conditioner is great for all hair types. It is sulfate free and safe for color-treated hair. It also aids in protection from blow-drying too.
Of course, if you are a fan of Shea Moisture, you already know that it does not contain parabens, mineral oil, propylene glycol, phthalates or petroleum.
It is a white, lightweight milky liquid and has a light coconut scent with a hint of perfume-like aroma.
My first time using it was on freshly washed hair. I used the LOC method and sprayed the leave-in conditioning treatment as the first step to detangle my hair.
I did not find that this instant conditioner had much slip. It combed through easily but I prefer to use the Shea Moisture Detangling Spray instead. However, I feel the leave-in treatment moisturized the hair and left it soft and manageable.
My next step moving forward is to try this product during the blow-drying process. Although it’s not a heat protectant, it will shield your curls from dryness yet provide elasticity.
Overall, I rate this product in the neutral zone. I’m not in a love relationship but at the same time, it’s not on the do not use list.
It’s just another one of Shea Moisture’s unlimited options for the product junkie to try!
What has been your results using this product? Yay or Nay? Drop your comments below. I would love to hear your thoughts!
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