Aug 25, 2014 - When I first got this DT, I'd been using a condish that wasn't getting it done. So I used this DT to replenish the moisture my curls were lacking for 2 days in a row. Then, a week after coloring, I used this instead of the DT I normally use. The texture was thick and initially unspreadable through the tangles in my curls. However, after applying more and working it through, I noticed it had thinned in my hair and produced almost a foam (not a lather, no poo, but that kind of texture). The only other conditioning product that has done this in my recollection is Robert Craig's Conditioner, and that foam-like texture allowed a smaller amount to essentially multiply when worked into my hair. So for the rest of that application and the other 2 days I've used this, I used more normal-sized amounts and massaged the DT into curls without raking until this texture appeared, and then I raked it through to detangle and work it into every bit of my curls. The result of all of this creativity? My curls POPPED on the days I used this DT. Usually, I have to use a leave-in with a little protein in it around a week after coloring to coax my curls back to life like this. Low frizz made this a keeper. As for the fragrance, I am really sensitive and persnickety about fragrance, and this scent leaned citrusy -tangy without ever being overkill. Once I rinsed it out, the fragrance didn't linger and interrupt my day (which with a sharper note like citrus, it would have felt obtrusive). I don't give 5-star reviews often, but this one is a worthy addition.