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Our hair has an insatiable appetite for moisture—no matter how much conditioner we use, it always demands more. That is, until we found this extra hydrating formula from Hair Rules, one of New York City’s top salons. It drenches each strand with nourishing ingredients, so our hair finally gets its moisture fill. The creamy formula also softens and helps prevent breakage. Girls with curly, wavy, or unruly hair especially love it for its frizz-taming powers.
Good product but I've sampled better. Worth trying just not for me!4
I have tried this conditioner twice already since I received it. It hasn't done anything for my hair that my old conditioner didn't do. I left it on for ten minutes and still my hair took forever to untangle after.3
My hair tends to stay on the dry side and I was a bit disappointed in the lack of moisture from a conditioner that claims to be extra moisturizing. The scent was very nice, but there really wasn't any difference in my hair. Especially for the price I would not pay $28 for 16 oz of this conditioner.3
There was nothing wrong with this, but it was not wonderful either. It was an okey conditioner3
I am particular on my conditioner, this one smells good but doesn't have enough moisturizer and frizz control for my liking.4
Great smell! Not outstanding conditioner, but I will use the sample. Best part was the smell for sure. Also appreciated the size-seemed to be bigger than other conditioner samples.4
I used this as a leave in conditioner and it worked very nicely. My hair feels extremely soft and light the day after. The product has a simple clean smell that isn't really noticeable, I almost wish it had more of a scent.4
It smells alright, but works better. Heavy conditioners seem to always not smell as good.3
Loved it. totally purchasing it when im up for a new conditioner! left my hair so silky!5
Best conditioner I've used in a while! Makes my unhealthy hair feel so much better and healthy! The name says it all. I'm buying this when the shampoo/conditioner I'm using runs out!5