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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Yes To Carrots Pampering Hair Mud Conditioner

On the manufacturer web site:
Feel glamorous everyday with C is for Conditioner, ideal for smoothing and taming even the most wayward hair.

Our C is for Conditioner combines Dead Sea Mud, organic carrot, organic pumpkin, organic sweet potato, organic melon and organic orange – simply delicious.

On the bottle:
Why we C?
Hair should be touchable, like a big plate of yummy carrots. C is for Conditioner because C is ideal for smoothing and taming even the most wayward hair. C is for Conditioner will nourish, condition and soften, inspiring tangle free and healthy hair. Excellent for soothing dry scalp.

How to C?
Directions: After shampooing, apply conditioner generously to your hair and massage onto the scalp for 2 minutes while thinking about your next vacation. Leave for 2-3 minutes. Wash thoroughly and comb while wet.

Now you C!
Yes to Carrots is a new concept in skin and hair care that combines vitamins and minerals with juices from the “orange color” product group and Dead Sea Mud. Dead Sea Mud has world renowned detoxifying properties including 26 minerals which cleanse, detoxify and mineralize the hair and skin naturally. Orange fruits and vegetables are rich in Beta-Carotene, well known for its anti-oxidant and anti-aging properties. Contains no animal ingredients. Paraben Free.

Water (Aqua), Dead Sea Water (Maris Aqua), Silt (Maris Limus), Magnesium Chloride, Chamomila Recutita (Chamomile) Extract, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Calendula Officinalis Oil, Daucus Carota (Carrot) Seed Oil, Daucus Carota (Carrot) Juice, Cucurbita Pepo (Pumpkin) Juice, Ipomoera Batatas (Sweet Potato) Extract, Cucumis Melo (Melon) Extract, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Fruit Extract, Honey (Mel) Extract, Fragrance (Parfum), Dimethicone, Triticum Vulgare (Wheat Germ) Oil, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Cetrimonium Chloride, Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Peel Extract.


Yes to Carrots was thick and rich, which was a pleasant surprise. It also had a very pleasant light but fragrant smell.

I love thick conditioners so it felt great going into my hair. I deep conditioned with it for about an hour using a store bought conditioning cap.

This was the first time I've use a conditioner with cones since going natural.

It was probably psychological but my hair felt coated after rinsing with my bands in. So, I removed my bands and re-rinsed section by section.

My hair was very soft and manageable after the final rinse. I immediately applied Beauty Without Cruelty leave-in.

Will I use again? Heck yeah, I have a full bottle. lol. But seriously, it was a great conditioner and a little goes a long way. Bonus, you get 16 ounces for $7.99 and, it's available at select Target, Walgreens and Walmart stores and various others.


  1. I tried it for the first time this week. I heard about it before but never saw at any store. It happened to be the first thing I saw when I walked in Walgreens. I was kinda on the fence about trying it b/c I have been trying to avoid 'cones but it worked really well. My hair didn't feel like it was coated and my hair retained moisture pretty well. I will definitely try it again.

  2. I've been wanting to try this conditioner for a while. you have to tell me how you like it long term.

  3. So now I wanna try and make my own carrot concoction!!

    Thanks for the inspiration


  4. I'm a big fan of this conditioner too. Being a PJ keeps me jumping around, but this one is always a good fall back conditioner, and the best part is just like you said - you can buy it at Target! Yay!!

  5. Thanks for your review of this product. We are adopting a little girl from Ghana and I bought this and the Yes To Carrots shampoo to use on her hair. It seemed to have good ingredients at a good price.

  6. Thanks for your review I wanted to try this! I am a natural hair stylist in Raleigh and a product lover so the price is great for my addiction LOL!-Zora Yazmeen (www.lacocoazora.com)