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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Review: Aubrey Organics Jojoba & Aloe Desert Herb Revitalizing Conditioner

Description:
For Dry, Damaged Hair

Bring damaged, desert-dry hair back to life. Moisture-rich botanicals nourish, rebalance and rehydrate parched, overprocessed hair on contact. Milk protein strengthens and mends damaged areas and promotes elasticity to prevent breakage and leave hair touchably soft, shiny and resilient.

Key ingredients:
Organic Jojoba Oil Nourishes - adds a natural sheen

Organic Aloe Vera - replenishes moisture
Lactalbumin (milk protein) - strengthens & mends damaged areas

Ingredients:
Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base, Organic Aloe Vera, Organic Jojoba Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Lactalbumin; Extracts of Fennel, Hops, Balm Mint, Mistletoe, Camomile and Yarrow; Organic Rosemary Oil, Organic Sage Oil, Carrot Oil, Essential Oil Blend (Cedar, Grapefruit, Rose-Geranium, Lavender), Aubrey’s Preservative (Citrus Seed Extract, Vitamins A, C and E).

Review:
I immediately felt the the tangles in my hair melting away upon impact while detangling with my finger. I put my hair in four sections and continued detangling with my Conair Shower Comb. I found the product to be pretty moisturizing providing just the right amount of slip for my personal need. The texture is a mix between my three favs, which are honey suckle rose, island naturals, and white camelia. Honeysuckle Rose will remain my favorite for a deep conditioning treatment but for a nice quick rinseout with a protein boost, you can't go wrong with this one.

7 comments:

  1. This sounds promising. Thanks for the review!

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  2. great review . Thanks for posting this , take care (smiles)

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  3. Tangles melt away? Mmmm, I must try this out now. Good review, thanks.

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  4. You had me @ tangles melt away, girl! LOL

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  6. Hey Kinky Rhonnie,

    I think I'm going to try the conditioner. However, there is this steaming treatment used with a flat iron and aluminum foil. Moptop maven does it on her blog. See here.

    http://moptopmaven.blogspot.com/2010/04/quick-tip-video-xtreme-deep.html

    I think I would like to try it with this conditioner.

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