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We pay plenty of attention to what brands put in our favorite products, but what they leave out is just as important. Case in point: celebrity hair stylist Nick Chavez’s transformative conditioner, which is completely free of parabens, those harmful preservatives that can strip moisture and leave strands dull and brittle. The gentle formula infuses hair with weightless hydration, ensuring that hair stays strong and color stays put.
Smells nice, but doesn't do that much to my hair. I don't think I would be willing to pay $24 for the full size when I can get similar/better results from a drugstore brand.3
This is a nice conditioner, but it didn't blow me away. With the amount of hair I have, the sample only lasted one treatment so it was hard to tell, but I didn't notice anything special compared to similar products I use.3
I love what's NOT in the ingredients but this conditioner did nothing for my hair. Smells good though! Will not be purchasing.3
I like that this conditioner is not full of things my hair doesn't need. But this conditioner did not make my hair easier to comb, brush or dry.3
While it does condition, after one day my fine hair were flat as a table. Other conditioners usually give me a longer "awesome hair" look.3
This works well with the shampoo, I tried both samples and I was so bummed out when I ran out, I will be buying this product.3
This product left my hair a bit dull after using it.3
Used this sample with the shampoo from my last Birchbox. The shampoo left my hair so soft & silky that the conditioner was almost an afterthought. This is a perfectly serviceable conditioner but nothing to write home about.3
I like the product, but it is not better than what I currently use, and I was hardly able to tell because of the size of the sample. It doesn't make sense to have a large shampoo and a tiny conditioner in a non-resealable package. Ok product.3
Nice texture to the product but not overwhelmed by the result.3