Suave Tropical Coconut Conditioner22.5 oz. | Conditioner, Daily Conditioner, Detangler
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Great cowash but lacks in the detangling department & not so great as a rinse-out. Unfortunately won't be repurchasing
I have always used Suave conditioners and they work amazingly for my curls. I have been using this one since December. I use it for my co-washes, as a leave-in, and it has great slip. It always has added definition to my curls and is especially hydrating. It's for the cheap-cheap as well, I say go for it.
Tried this stuff, smells great when wet but after it dries it leaves my hair smelling mill dewish. It isn't that good at detangling my 3c hair but it still is a great cow ash for a great price
For the price you pay for this, it works very well. It moisturizes well for its price and has decent slip. Is this my go-to detangler? No, but if money's tight, I will always go to this product.
I will always use this product as my cleansing conditioner! So reliable, so yummy smelling, so lightweight and free of bad ingredients for CGs! I massage it at my scalp and then rinse out before using a thicker conditioner on my strands.
YASSSSSS!!!!! THIS PRODUCT IS MY HOLY GRAIL CHEAP SUAVE CONDITIONER!!!!! It is thick, smells nice, very moisturizing and its all-purpose hair product too!!!! :)
I used to use this for co-washing until I stopped co-washing and it was great. I now use it to detangle in the shower and it's my favorite. Tangles come out right away and makes my hair soft. This is probably the one conditioner that I have that if I ran out, I would go out and buy another bottle right away. The smell is very pleasant as well.
I love this conditioner!!! It keeps down frizz, leaves my hair soft for days. Would highly recommend this product.
I was so excited to try this , because all the good reviews that I read , but when I Wash my hair it was AWFUL , it makes my hair frizzy , not moisture enough ! I think that I'm protein sensitive and this is load in protein, but someone said to me that is a light conditioner , so If U are a LP , protein sensitive curly , Dont even try this !! The only good nice Co- Wash !
I love this product it smells amazing and it is a decent price. The best part is that it actually works on keeping my frizz down.
For some reason, this product does not work as well on my hair as other conditioners. The consistency is not as thick as my other conditioners, and is sort of watery, so I have to put more conditioner in my hair in order to detangle. As well, this conditioner makes my hair become stringy and puffy and I find that it strips my hair of moisture. I do not plan on repurchasing.
This stuff is amazing for after I detangle! i use it to sit in my hair for a few. Since it's becoming summer, I need as must moisture as I can! I love it for a deep treatment feel.
Love this for my 2a/b wavy fine porous hair. The protein really helps to strengthen and smooth my hair, and the conditioner provides plenty of slip for de-tangling. No noticeable build up. Will buy again and again.
I just bought the family size bottle of this. I absolutely love it! Smells really good, gives me great slip, and very moisturizing. Suave really stepped up
This conditioner is sooo cheap and I've been through countless bottles, when they have a sale at my local grocery store I get it for $1. I use a lot of this stuff, the slip is pretty good but I often use it to co wash not detangle. If I do detangle with it I usually mix it with my Giovanni deep moisture conditioner and together they give me a lot of slip. I do find that you need a lot of it to really coat your hair and although it leaves my roots soft and clean my ends need a more moisturing conditioner.
I've used this a few times and I must say, I'm not impressed. It has a very runny texture and doesn't do much as far as conditioning my hair goes. I would rather spend the extra money and get a decent sulfate-free shampoo/cleanser and have better results.
I used it to cowash every week. It's cheap and does the job. First I put a part of the conditioner and two parts oil (whichever you please) in a spray bottle and detangle my twa. Then I apply more conditioner straight to my hair and cowash with tea tree oil leave for a few minutes and then rinse. Keeps it moist and soft. Not bad for a $3 product
this is a slightly above average co wash condish. it has ok slip so its not gonna be a detangling savior for someone with kinky curly hair like mine (3c and 4a). for cleansing I feel like it leaves a slight residue and it is definitely not a good leave in for me. i use this to aid in detangling. I mix this with water in a 3:1 ratio and I'll use this before cleansing as a 2nd prepoo after my coconut oil and olive oil mix.
I am really the oddball here, I know. However, just in case there's another human with hair that doesn't like this conditioner, I'm letting you know there's two of us. It's not that this conditioner is bad, at all. It smells wonderful, and it has some slip. However, it does not have enough slip for my tangles, nor is it moisturizing enough for my hair. When I was growing up Suave Strawberry shampoo was the staple in our shower, and I used to beg my mother to by me the "cream rinse", eventually called "conditioner". I would get in trouble for using it up so fast, and my mother couldn't imagine the amount I needed to use. These days my hair isn't nearly as long or as thick as it used to be and still I need a good 3/4 - 1 cup of Suave Conditioner to get it throughout my hair to soften and detangle. Even though this conditioner is cheap, it's really not as cost effective for me as for people who need to use a lot less. Tropical Coconut, and all the other Suave Conditioners I've tried, smell so wonderful, I would love to be able to enjoy them.
So i hopped on the SNTCC bandwagon thinkin i would get good results like most everyone else, but i don't think my hair likes this. I shampoo'd with Shea Moisture Coco/Hib ,then left this condish in over nite. I woke up 2 really soft hair that smelled great but later on thru out the day my hair looked kinda dry & started to frizz. So idk whats up w/ that.. Maybe i am protein sensitive. Still experimenting. Other than that it smells good, the consistency is not 2 thick or 2 thin & its very affordable.
This was so highly recommended that I was very surprised that it turned out to have next to zero slip for my 3c/4a/4b hair. I threw away the last part because of the stickiness and dry brittleness it left behind in my hair even before rinsing.
I am 43 and have only had my curls for the past few years. Strange but true. So I am still trying to figure out the whole haircare thing. After reading many reviews I have used VO5 Moisture Milks for about a year now and have loved it. I still had a little bit of frizz but I thought that was just my hair type. Frizzy-ish! A couple of weeks ago I had a coupon for Suave and I found a 30oz. bonus bottle of the Coconut Naturals for $1.46 at Walmart. Well, I am not one to pass up a great deal and since I had used Suave in the past I went for it. I love this stuff! My hair has no more frizz, its soft, smells great, and after my coupon I only paid 46 cents for my 30oz bottle. How great is that? Its definitely a keeper in my book.
Worked well when I was first starting to go sulfate/silicone free. Since then, I typically use DevaCurl One Condition for co-washing. After 6 months of finally running out of my big 32 oz bottle, I went back to this. Can't beat the $1.94 price at Target. However, I'm now finding it's too thick for my liking and weighing my hair down and making my hair more frizzy.
LOVE LOVE This stuff! I use as a leave in/refresher for my WnGs. I do add a little jojoba oil and monoi oil to lock in moisture. I mix it up weekly about 4 oz of STCC with 1 small dropper of jojoba oil & 1/2 small dropper of monoi oil. Can't beat the price for silicone free, sulfate free, paraben free product with honey! Weekly use 2oz of STCC with 1tbsp of jojoba & coconut oil, then sit under hair dryer for 30mins with plastic cap for a DC treatment. Hair is AMAZINGLY soft!
This stuff is the bomb! Just used it as a co-wash and my hair was so soft afterwards and I only paid $1.55 for 22.5 ounces. I am getting more of this stuff
I didn't like this stuff. it made my hair feel extremely hard. My hair likes low/medium amounts of protein so I thought this would work well since my hair has been needing a protein boost. I was wrong. I'm wondering if the nettle dried my hair out. My hair also doesn't like the kinky curly leave in and giovanni direct leave in which also has nettle.
This is my cowash. Cleanses lightly and leaves my hair slick. I like they it has honey in it
MHMMM smells so nice all day :) This is a nice light conditioner. My hair is very dry so I use this along with a deeper treatment or as a no-poo cleanser. So it's definitely not for parched hair but like I said combined with other products, it can do wonders. Keeps my hair smelling wonderful and I really have no complaints especially for such a cheap product.
I love the smell of this conditioner, but I did not like it as a leave in as I did not feel it gave me extra moisture. I tried it as a rinse out , it made my hair soft. I did use this on my 5 yr old daughter as a leave in and her curls were beautiful. I need more moisture so I probably not use this again.
Great product for the price and the fact it has a great pH, 4 out of 5 curls because I run through it within a month due to the thickness of my hair (wish the product were a little thicker)
Anytime of year this one's got my vote. You can pair it with a firm hold gel, light mousse or hard cream and this always provides a strong foundation. Conditioning, with a hint of protein, sweet, sweet smell and great slip if I wanna take it into the shower. A cheap creamy leave-in/rinse out no curly should got without!
very good for co-washing! helps with detangling the one spot in the back of my head that actually gets knotted up.
I love this! Im transitioning and it works for my relaxed ends and my natural hair. When I rinse it out I barely have to detangle it! As a leave in, it makes my hair less frizzy when it dries. I found it on sale for 74Ã‚Â¢ at target. Most deff will stock up on this!
I love this! Im transitioning and it works for my relaxed ends and my natural hair. When I rinse it out I barely have to detangle it! As a leave in, it makes my hair less frizzy when it dries. I found it on sale for 74¢ at target. Most deff will stock up on this!
I used this for the first time tonight, my hair is still pretty wet, so not sure how it will turn out. I can say this will be the LAST time i use this product. The fragrance is awful and what's worse, I can taste it. Never again!
i have 3b, medium thickness, shoulder length curls. i started CG today. for the first time today i tried using just suave naturals coconut as a leave in/styler. i did not put any products in afterwards! i used a little less than a palmful of the conditioner and idk if thats a lot or not, but since the condish is so thin it was okay to use that much. i really like the results! my hair is actually really defined, super soft, has the perfect amount of volume, and a lot of the frizz is gone. i still have a little frizz, less than i would have with gel, but its worth it to have soft hair and no crunch at all. it leaves me with more defined curls than gel does. all i had to do was apply it to my wet hair (i squeezed some water out first) and comb it through with my fingers, no scrunching.
I think this is a wonderful conditioner. I use it daily and its very light so it's easy to work around my hair. I think a lot of people need to learn washing techniques so that they have fair judgement of their product. A scrub from the scalp helps promote curls and squeezing out the conditioner helps to maintain the curl pattern. I also love the price that alone is AMAZING.
Pretty good product considering how dirt cheap it is. It's moisturizing, the only problem is that I have to use large amounts in order to get a good amount of slip both when co-washing or doing my rinse out. Other than that I love the smell and its never given my scalp any problems and helps get my hair very clean ^.^
I love this to co-wash, although I have to use a lot, it's the only conditioner that i can leave in and get great results. I've tried others but always come back to this. For some reason only the coconut works for me.
Excellant co-wash. Love the smell. Not moisturizing enough to use a rinse out or leave in for me.
I use this as a co-wash and I love it! .84 at target, you can't beat that considering a bottle lasts me about 4 uses and that is for shoulder length hair. I use the garnier fructis triple nutrition conditioner after this and the two smell really nice together.
My hair laughs at this conditioner. It does absolutely nothing for my hair. I give it a two because it smells good.
I wanted to try this product after hearing all the good reviews and it was reasonably priced........well i didnt like it as a co wash product I dont like how it made my hair feel afterwards but i mix it and use it as a deep conditioner and it work very well
Gotta say it took a few tries before I was sold on Suave Tropical Coconut Conditioner....now its my staple...for the price you can beat it. I would recommend it as a leave-in following a really great deep conditioning treatment. I used Etae Carmelux Treatment and had 3day hair using STCC as the leave-in... buy lots... great for use all summer. BTW I'm hair type 4a/b
i absolutely love this product! what originally attracted me to it was the delicious coconut smell, but after using it for a while it makes my hair soft, it has great slip and i'm just in love with the smell! plus it's cheap! i'm gonna have to start stacking up in this economy :D
This is definitely a regular purchase for me to co-wash and detangle. Lots of slip and cheap enough to buy by the bagload (or maybe that's just me - I usually buy 3-5 bottles at a time). 1 curl off for all the stuff in the ingredient list that I can't pronounce.
Wonderful cowash conditioner for summer or anytime you want keep the moisture in your hair after a water rinse. Because my hair is very dry and porous, I wouldn't use it as a regular/deep conditioner or leave-in, though.
I really wanted to like this because it's cheap and everyone else seems to like it. However, I don't know what to do with it. it's too thick for a co-wash and too light to be a good moisturizing conditioner. So that's what it is- an O.K. conditioner.
This is actually not the right conditioner for my coarse 3 c hair. As coarse hair should avoid protein. But when I overconditioned I substituted with this a couple of times until i got through the overconditioned hair and it is a fantastic product. Softenes and detangles awesome. Good stuff.
I have to say that I truly enjoy using this conditioner on co-wash days. It has great slip, it moisturizes and it's not overly thick. The price is great and to say it is a cheaper conditioner, the ingredient list is also pretty appealing as well. I give it 4 curls because I wish things like nettle, honey coconut, etc...could be higher on the ingredient list.
I have been using this conditioner for a while now, while I had a relaxer and now as I'm transitioning to my natural curls. It makes your hair soft, has great slip and smells great! Good for co wash, but you would have to add a bit of oil or serum for shine.
I love this conditioner!!! i bought it today at walmart for about $1.87 and was hesitant to use it because of the cheap price. i shampooed my hair with pantene shampoo and then put this in for a little over 5 minutes and it left my curls silky smooth and more bouncier that ever before. Will definitely re-purchase.
This is an amazingly light conditioner that does not weigh down my hair. I use this on a regular basis and it does not contribute to buildup. It adds lots of shine and keeps my hair happy. It's an overall great product for an unbeatable price and my favorite conditioner.
Love it. I would say it's best as a co-wash and should be followed with a heavier conditioner, because it's thin and pretty basic (before I was CG I used Suave shampoo and conditioner by itself for awhile, daily, and noticed my hair getting drier). However as part of a CG routine is it perfect - wonderfully inexpensive, CG-approved, and gets the job done. Using the coconut shampoo every so often when my hair needs a cleanse (followed of course by this conditioner and another heavier one) is great and has not adversely affected my hair's health. I'll continue to purchase this.
Just too drying for my hair as a co-wash or regular conditioner. Used it several times. Just didn't work for me.
Excellent product! I live in Bolivia,so I was very happy when I realised this brand at the local shop. I use it as a CO wash,makes my dry,frizzy 3B hair to silky loveliness. My best conditioner EVER.
it is on the thin/ watery side...i like the smell and its super cheap so it doesnt bother me to load it on my hair...its cg safe too so is a keeper....i might add honey to it to thicken it up or in my spray bottle with water...overall good stuff
This is cheap. But it smells a bit chemically to me (at least compared to Aubrey and even the Sauve 'naturals'). Like the Sauve naturals it is a bit thin and I have to use a lot. Not great slip either. Basicly it is better then just water so if you are on a really tight budget go for it. Just make sure to smell whatever Suave CO you are thinking about.
I absolutely love the smell of this. The first use of this product left my hair feeling soft and moist. When I used it again, it left my hair frizzy and incredibly big and poofy.
This is great for co-washing and regular conditioning. Plus it's cheap! So you can use as much as you want without having to worry. Also great for detangling and keeps my curls shiny!
I have very fine, tangle-prone hair, and this stuff detangles like nothing else I've tried, yet it washes very clean. Definitely recommended for fine-haired curlies who are afraid of being weighted down.
Ingredient Attributes: moisture, detangling, anti-humectant
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