Product Review: Nubian Heritage Indian Hemp and Tamanu Co-Wash

 
 
I recently purchased the co-wash conditioner by Nubian Heritage.
Since I love their deep penetrating conditioning treatment, I just had to see how their co-wash works! And yes, it is amazing!
 
It is a white, creamy texture which is similar to a thick body lotion. It I very smooth and feels luxurious in your hair.
 
The conditioner is a lotion-based formula made with bamboo, garlic extract, and monoi. It also contains shea butter, coconut oil, rose oil and seed oil. It is sulfate-free and color safe and is recommended for over-processed or color treated hair. It does not strip the hair of its natural oils and leaves the hair well-hydrated. It is specifically made for textured, dry and damaged hair.

 

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It contains no harsh chemicals, parabens, gluten or dyes. The product is lightweight and massages into the hair easily. It has a perfume scent but gently fades away once it is rinsed out of the hair.
 
As I applied the conditioner, it was so smooth and creamy. It absorbed directly into my hair. It definitely did not coat or sit on top of my hair but penetrated my hair shaft.
 
The co-wash conditioner left my hair feeling ultra soft! I left the conditioner on for 1 1/2 hours which is much longer than I intended because I used the heat conditioning cap.
 
While rinsing my hair, it was so soft that I was afraid that I over-conditioned it which can cause affect the PH balance of the hair. However, there was not even a dime size of hair left in the shower.
 
The second time I used the conditioner I used as a pre-poo. It prepped my hair for shampooing because my hair was extra dry due to lack of maintenance during the week.
 
It rinses out super easy and left my hair extra soft. I did not have any tangles or fairy knots and the comb easily slid through my hair without a struggle.
 
During the summer months, this co-wash would be perfect to use on a regular basis especially since you will wash your hair more frequently due to the heat and humidity plus chlorine at the poolside.
 
The only negative that I found was in the packaging. I really wish it came in a pump bottle or jar. I found it difficult to squeeze the product out of the hard plastic container. It also has a perfume scent which I’m not a fan of. I love my hair to have a fresh, clean scent. I’m glad that the scent doesn’t linger in your hair so I can deal with it.

 

Nubian Heritage gave my hair life!
 
My hair was fluffy, pillow soft and so manageable! I followed up with the Shea Moisture Coconut Oil Leave-in treatment where the comb simply glided through my hair with no snags.
 
This is one product that you can’t afford to sleep on. It’s great for quick touch-ups (between regular wash days) while leaving your hair well-moisturized. It does not leave your hair sticky or weighed down. It also doesn’t strip the hair of its natural oils.
 
The conditioner will be fighting for the #1 spot in my pre-poo regimen alongside with my Tresemme conditioner and As I Am Co-wash.


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If you’re seeking an easy solution to combat dry or damaged hair, you may want to try this basic co-wash cleanser. It’s a simple, 3-step system to help cleanse, condition and moisture your hair in all one bottle! What I love most about it is that it’s a multipurpose product and so versatile because you can use it a variety of ways: Co-wash cleanser,  pre-poo or conditioner.

 

It is also great for traveling since it’s a multipurpose conditioner, plus the bottle is not too big – only 12 fl. oz which is perfect for short trips, especially when you don’t want to fuss too much over your hair.

 
Let me know what you think. Drop your comments or questions below. If you’ve tried this product out, share your opinions or experience which will help other readers decide if they should try it too!

 

 
If you’re interested in learning more about other products by Nubian Heritage, you can read my post about the Nubian Heritage Deep Conditioning Treatment here.
 
 
 

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