Conditioner Hair Care Review

Top 5 Rinse Out Conditioners for Natural Hair

Rinse Out Conditioner

There is nothing I like more than a conditioner full of slip to detangle my natural hair. That slip makes all the difference! However, there are a few other factors to consider.

The perfect rinse out conditioner also needs decent ingredients. I don’t want to have to spend five minutes getting the conditioner off my hair, so it must rinse clean and leave no annoying residue. Also, I want it to smell pleasant.

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Most importantly, it must be CHEAP! The purpose of rinse out conditioner in my regimen is to detangle. I need to be able to use lots of product, which means I do not want to spend lots of money. These conditioners are not meant to provide long lasting nourishment for my hair, so inexpensive is best.

Top 5 Rinse Out Conditioner

From cheapest to most expensive:

  1. Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Conditioner – This conditioner contains silicones, but hits the mark in every other category.
  2. Aussie Moist Conditioner – I currently have a huge bottle of this conditioner. It also contains silicones, but that is what makes it so slippery.
  3. Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner – This mostly natural gem can only be purchased at Trader Joe’s. Well, you could purchase from Amazon, but at the price point, don’t.
  4. Tresemme Perfectly Undone Conditioner – This easily accessible conditioner does not contain silicones, which is why I am willing to pay a little more for its magic.
  5. Giovanni 50:50 Balanced Hydrating Calming Conditioner – It you want all natural, then go with this one. Also, this can be turned into a deep conditioner with the addition of a little oil.

There is one honorable mention – Suave Naturals Tropical Coconut Conditioner. It’s right up there with this list in all categories except the ingredients. However, if you are not an ingredient snob, then this is a steal at $1-$1.99. It’s Absolutely Amazing.



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