Do Shea Moisture's conditioners have good slip?

The only thing I've tried of Shea Moisture is the coconut hibiscus shampoo and styling milk. I've wanted to try the conditioner but they never have it at my WalMart,  they only have the conditioner of the Raw Shea line. And I've heard mixed reviews about Raw Shea's conditioner saying how it's tangling for some curlies but moisturizing for others. Also, the smell of the Raw Shea line isn't something I can stomach very easily but I'm willing to try it if it's good for my hair. So, instead of going out on a limb and paying $10 paying for a conditioner that I could hate and have it sit in my bathroom for the rest of time, I would like to hear other curlies' opinion on it before I make any sort of purchase.  Thank you for all answers and comments:)

3 Answers

For my hair, they don't have that much slip at all. Granted, I have way coilier hair than you, so you probably don't need as much slip to run a comb/fingers through your hair...Silicones ALWAYS provide great slip for me, but since I'm trying to use more natural products, I've noticed that ingredients like "marshmallow root"and "slippery elm" get the job done. 
The SheaMoisture Restorative Conditioner and the SheaMoisture Purification Masque have great slip. After trying multiple products, I highly suggest the Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner. It has amazing slip and you get 16oz for under $5! How can you beat that!?
The only thing from them that has a great slip is the Raw Shea Butter Restorative Conditioner. I fall in love with it every time I use it. It works best as a leave-in, I promise.