So you ask what is a conditioner bar? Imagine enjoying all the benefits of a liquid conditioner but in a bar form without silicones/chemicals. Perfect for transitioning chemically treated hair to natural. Curly, Dry, normal or oily hair types can also benefit from using a conditioner bar.
What does it do?
Marshmallow root to detangle & condition
Bentonite Clay Thoroughly cleanses the hair by removing product buildup allowing for better moisture retention and styling.
Detangle your mane with Coconut Milk & BTMS (Behentrimonium Methosulfate) - Its excellent conditioning, detangling and wet-combing properties make BTMS a popular ingredient in natural hair conditioner. And because it is so mild, and gentle for ultra-sensitive skin, it’s used in leave-in products as well.
Divas Tame your fro with conditioning cocoa butter - The beauty about this butter is that it restores moisture without clogging the pores on your scalp and due to its natural fatty content
Directions: Wet bar with warm water and then gently slide bar over your wet hair from top to bottom. Massage with fingers and apply again on areas that needs extra conditioning. Rinse and ensure your last rinse is with cold water to close up your pores.
It is important because the cold water closes the pores of the hair, thus sealing in the moisture and protein (if your conditioner contained proteins) of your conditioner.
Ingredients: BTMS (Behentrimonium Methosulfate), Fruit Extracts, Amla, Silk Amino Acids, Panthenol, Argan Oil, Jojoba Oil, Bentonite Clay, Coconut Milk, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Rice Bran oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf, Urtica Dioica (Nettle) Leaf Powder, Althea Offinalis (Marshmallow) Root, Neem Oil, Radish Root, Essential oils/Fragrance.
Note to make your bar last longer, keep it away from water. This helps the bar to re-harden completely between uses, increasing the amount of uses you will get out of each bar.
Size is 4oz each
Posted by Hannah on Oct 18th 2017
This conditioner bar is excellent. I've always had to saturate my whole head of hair with conditioner to avoid dryness for a day or two and use up a bottle almost every two weeks, but with this conditioner (combined with a shampoo bar and apple cider vinegar rinse), all I have to do is rub a little in my hands and run my fingers through the ends of my hair a few times. Just that and I get silky, moisturized hair. It's a miracle.