Upon creating a regimen for my natural tresses, I began to wonder: what moisturizing conditioner should I use? With the economy in its current state of disaster, and me being a student on a tight budget, I needed a conditioner to do what it says it will do with little room for error. After glancing over the ingredients and smiling at its sale price (yes – 2 for $5), I sure am glad I tossed Aussie Moist Conditioner into my shopping cart.
How I Used It:
I took the Aussie Moist conditioner and mixed in 1 teaspoon of coconut oil and 1 teaspoon of honey (read more about the benefits in my wake up that conditioner blog entry), and applied it to my wet hair for a DC (deep condition). I then covered my hair with a plastic cap and let it sit for about 45 min as I went on with my daily routine. Finally, I rinsed my hair in the shower and let it air dry.
The Good Stuff:
Moisture Retention, Softness, Manageability, Detangled Easily, Silky Feel, A Bit of Shine (may be attributed to the honey), Curl Definition, and Delicious Scent.
The Bad Stuff:
Before trying it I saw that the product contained cones which can lead to build up, (but that’s nothing a little bit of clarifying shampoo and/or Dr. Bronner’s tea tree couldn’t fix)
Aussie Moist is definitely worth a try. My results were let’s say nothing short of – astounding! For $2.50, it gave me a plethora of benefits. I would recommend it for co-washing, deep conditioning, and even a leave-in. Next time your hair needs a moisture kick don’t hesitate to snatch Aussie moist off of your local market’s shelf…your hair will love you for it!
Water, Stearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Glutamic Acid, Fragrance, BIS Aminopropyl Dimethicone, Benzyl Alcohol, EDTA, Ecklonia Radiata Extract (Australian Sea Kelp), Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil (Jojoba), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Extract, Butylene Glycol, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone