Suave Naturals conditioner

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I was in Walmart looking for a leave in conditioner or a cowash. I picked up the Sauve naturals almond Shea conditioner. I noticed that it has silicones in it now. Has anyone else noticed this changed? I also noticed this in quite a few others in that line too.
nope that one always had a cone in it. I used it for years untill I went cg. its a good one but it build up bad because i didnt cowash back in the day. But I liked it alot.
But now, I think, one other has cones in it. They're changing the formula.
if its suave naturals in the green bottles they've never been cg but ill be very upset if the little dollar suave naturals ones have cones in them. This whole cone thing is upsetting me. there's like 3 conditioners that are cone free. its driving me nuts.
can anyone confirm if she's right about suave naturals now having cones?
I was in Walmart looking for a leave in conditioner or a cowash. I picked up the Sauve naturals almond Shea conditioner. I noticed that it has silicones in it now. Has anyone else noticed this changed? I also noticed this in quite a few others in that line too.
Originally Posted by curlicious13
That one has always had cones in it from day 1.



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Ok. Won't be getting that one. Glad I got the tropical coconut.
I made the same mistake when I was first buying what I thought were CG Products. It isn't Suave Naturals you're referring to if it's in the green bottle, but Suave Professionals. I did the same thing -- read on the bottle that it SAID "natural" and assumed it was a part of the line. The kind of conditioner you want will be in a bottle the color of the specific fragrance (example: coconut is white bottle, strawberry is pink, etc.)

I've found that scanning ingredient labels regardless of what I've been told helps; I've dodged a few non-CG bullets that way.
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