Suave Naturals Everlasting Sunshine Conditioner22.5 oz. | Daily Conditioner
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This conditioner is very awesome . It smells good , it's cheap,it could not only be used as a co wash it can also be used as a leave in if you add some water to your hair after applying it , it leaves your hair moisturized, and it's cheap despite it's size and all the other suave naturals conditioner fragrences have the same advantages .
I have been using this conditioner for almost 6 months now. I have ised the scents Aloe & Waterlily and Ocean Breeze. It is not to thick, but I have a hard time cowashing with it because I have hair that tends to be greasy. However, I will occasionally cowash with it between my weekly- 2x a week sulfate free shampoo washing, and it helps to refresh and revive my curls.
I recently had to stop using my beloved Tresemme Naturals conditioner because my hair is sensitive to aloe and they moved that ingredient way up on the ingredient list. Suave everlasting sunshine has been an excellent replacement for co-washing. It smells wonderful, it's cheap and I feel like it really cleans my scalp. As long as they don't change the formula this will be my staple co-wash!
I use this as a co wash sometimes it does smell amazing like summer in a bottle but it didn't keep my hair moisturized after rinsing out maybe 80% of the product but still great for the price!
This is a great product to use as a co-wash, especially for the price. The Tropical Coconut version of Suave Naturals is a favorite CG product, especially for those on a budget and/or using strictly drugstore products. Depending on whether you go with regular or family size, this product sells for anywhere from 99 cents to $2.99 at the most expensive. A little can still go a long way, but at the low price, I don't worry about being conservative. I use it to massage my scalp and cover my hair. It is strong enough to rid my hair of silicone-free product. With product buildup, I add baking soda to clarify. For dry scalp, I add equal parts sugar to equal parts conditioner for an exfoliating sugar scrub. Most products are expensive, but you can buy a year's worth of this for the same price as a single bottle of some co-washes out there. It may not have quite the same effect, but when your pocketbook is barely touched, the difference really doesn't matter much. :)
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