As I have mentioned before, my curly hair routine is quite minimal as of late.
Recently, I have been trying products that act as a 2-in-1. About a year ago, I gave Elucence Moisture Balancing Conditioner a try and liked it a lot for that very quality. I decided to buy it again.
This conditioner can be used as a regular cleansing conditioner, a daily conditioner, and it can be applied to the hair as a leave-in as well.
If you are also trying to cut down on your product stash this fall by using multi-taskers, trying the Elucence Moisture Balancing Conditioner is a must. In addition to this product being able to be used for many purposes, here are some of my other favorite qualities about this conditioner.
- Dual purpose
It is affordable
This conditioner only costs $9 dollars on NaturallyCurly, providing me with 10 lovely ounces of product to enjoy. Formulated especially to moisturize curls and derived from olives, this formula contains a magical nourishing ingredient called squalane. Curly girls can benefit from the reviving, replenishing, and restoring moisture for especially dry curls.
Its light consistency makes for easy distribution
This product is incredibly light--it almost feels like a milk and is easy to distribute. The conditioner does not weigh down my curls at all. When using it as a leave-in, I like to apply it to sopping wet hair, working it from the ends towards my roots. I have also found that it enhances my styling product that I use after apply it as well.
Moisture, moisture--and more moisture
This moisturizing conditioner encases and coats every hair follicle and as a result, I notice a huge difference. For days at a time, my curls feel soft and hydrated after using this product--I never have to worry about brittle or dry curls.
The ingredients are beneficial
In addition to the ingredients being formulated especially to provide my curls with intense moisture, the ingredients are organic. That way, your curls can enjoy the full natural benefits of this product without having to worry about the harsh chemicals or other stripping ingredients most conditioners contain.
My one complaint:
I am still not crazy about this product’s scent. It smells like a sweet chemical mixture. While it is faint, I still notice it. However, as I have mentioned before, because the scent is faint, makes it all the more easy to cover up with the scent of whatever styling product I layer it with.
Have you tried this conditioner?
Do you use this as a co-wash, daily conditioner, or leave-in? What do you think of the scent?
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