Feb 26, 2015 - I kept looking for this leave- in conditioner,( I use the L'Oreal EverCurl (no sulfate) Shampoo) but, to my dismay, the third ingredient is a form of *silicone*! I did read a review in which the reviewer says this silicone is one that is easy to wash out- which I'm not sure is true....(?) However, even if it is, my hair dried out more and more by my late 30s and was *always* delicate. I used to use serums with silicones and they worked wonderfully--at first. Then after several years my hair looked like straw and broke off even more. I've stopped all silicones and sulfates in the last 3-4 years and am happy to say that my hair feels and looks great, has grown several inches and is even less dry. I suspect some women may be able to use this conditioner especially younger women. But I'm disappointed that a line *for curly hair* which was even introduced on a "curly-girl" website, has darn drying silicone in it! I actually often use another L'Oreal leave- in conditioner which has *no* silicones, parabens or sulfates, and I love it! Its label says it's "smoothing" - but it doesn't detract from my curls at all, by the way! if it "smoothes", it smoothes the cuticle on my hair so there's less of a frizzy look. Again, that's why I had hoped to find the L'Oreal Ever Curl leave- in.. I had thought it might even be better for my hair but- not so!