Looking for a lightweight organic botanical hair conditioner?

Hibiscus, aloe vera and pomegranate.

I should first say that I do not dye, perm or treat my hair. I have natural dark brown hair. My individual strands are thick but I don’t have a LOT of hair. My hair looks healthy as long as I use a conditioner that moisturizes well, because I wash my hair almost everyday. I do breakout on my back if I use a conditioner with pore-clogging oils.

I found that the Avon Chi Essentials Hair Conditioner to be moisturizing and made my hair softer. I liked that it was lightweight; It didn’t weigh-down my hair with oils, and it didn’t make my back breakout with acne. Chi boasts that the hair conditioner contains “certified organic botanicals that include aloe vera, pomegranate, hibiscus and other nutrient-rich ingredients for healthy-looking hair. All sulfate- and PABA-free. “

Key Ingredients of Avon Chi Essentials Hair Conditioner
• Aloe – Boasting outstanding moisturizing properties, aloe is a natural humectant that helps hair lock-in moisture and reduce frizz.
• Pomegranate – Full of antioxidants, pomegranate stimulates the scalp and has pH balancing properties that help clarify hair.
• Hibiscus – Rich in vitamins and amino acids, increases elasticity to encourage fuller, thicker-looking hair.

After shampooing, apply a generous amount of conditioner to damp hair, working through ends. Wait 3 to 5 minutes and rinse thoroughly.

What’s your favorite hair conditioner?

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Published by Mira Lee

California girl that loves motherhood, life hacks, funny videos, being outdoors and one-on-one conversations. I am also obsessed with healthy skin before makeup.

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