Top 10 conditioners that won't break the bank!

Gotta love the price tag on these hair conditioners! Which ones are your favorites?

  1. Alberto V-O5 Moisture Milk
  2. Suave Naturals Tropical Coconut Conditioner
  3. Herbal Essences Hello Hydration
  4. Aussie Moist Conditioner
  5. Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition
  6. Pantene Moisture Balance Conditioner
  7. Tresemme Flawless Curls
  8. Dove Advance Care Therapy Conditioner
  9. Organix Nourishing Coconut Milk Conditioner
  10. Sunsilk Captivating Curls Conditioner Blah


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Thanks for the post! My hair is thick and curly and the best product I've used to take care of dryness is Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil Conditioner, my hair is hydrated and healthy now, plus it's shinier than before :)

I love Garnier Fructics Triple Nutrition Conditioner. It gives me awesome slip and moisture for pre-shampoo detangling. I am so sad they changed the ingredients. :( I stocked up on a couple of bottles. I think I switch to Tresseme Naturals Conditioner once I run out.

I cannot use anything with fragrance on it on top of all the CG junk. Anyone have any suggestions? I just ordered all Jessicurl products to try them.

my faaave low cost conditioner is that vo5 moisture milks in passion fruit smoothie. that stuff is divine and i'll always have it in the regimen

Can't believe Eluence Moisture Balancing Conditioner didn't make this list.

I use GVP Conditioning Balm. It is thick, low-cost and can be used as a deep conditioner as well. Only need a little, since it is so thick. Only $5.49 with Sally card.

@ connemara22 You can check this list of CG-approved products: I use V-O5, and I know that one doesn't have cones in it. And it's actually on sale at my grocery store right now -- 77 cents a bottle! It's usually available anywhere for pretty cheap.

Do any of these conditioners have sulfates or silicones in them????? does anyone know ;)

Infinity12: Question I did not read the article but are they implying that the WEN cleansing conditioner makes you lose your hair? Can you post a link to the article?

Has anyone tried WEN products? Thee was this big article on AOL yesterday about women's hair loss. I have curly hair, and it's all falling out. A lot of women were swearing by Wen, but they didn't mention the curly hair factor.

As a UK curly, I use Boots Essentials pink conditioner (for dry and damaged hair). Huge bottle, great conditioner, CG-friendly, 59p. What more could I ask for?! :)

I use L'Oreal's EverPure Sulfate-free Conditioner and Leave-In Conditioner. Inexpensive and great!

I Love Herbal Essences Hydralicious Line. I use the Self Targeting Conditioner and the reconditioning conditioner. I've never tried the Hello Hydration line.

I love Renpure "my pretty hair is parched" Moisturizing Conditioner (red bottle)as a detangler/rinse-out. Tresemme Naturals Moisturizing Conditioner makes a great leave-in.

I am using Cathy Howse products, but they have Parabens. I wish someone would suggest that she remove the parabens.