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High turnover may be bad for business, but it’s great for your hair. This creamy conditioner works to increase cell turnover on your scalp, resulting in healthier, glossier strands in the short- and long-term. And the magic is totally natural: Active plant stem cells team up with megavitamins and nourishing argan oil to provide long-lasting moisture, strength, and shine.
This shampoo is amazing. The smell stays for days and makes hair soft and shiny. I love it so much more than my regular shampoo!5
The Acure Organics Stem Cell Conditioner smells so good and makes my hair easy to comb out! My hair feels smooth and soft, and looks fabulous.4
I was skeptical trying this out at first but didn't want to give this away so I gave it a try and now I absolutely love it. The menthol feel in it is so refreshing and my hair has so much more volume!5
Really like this company s idea of product! Wish the smell was different, but its amazing. Nice and light, rinses clean, great natural product.2
I have very thick curly hair and this was not moisturizing enough. I had terrible knots immediately after my shower. I wasn't even able to finish the entire sample!1
I used this in conjuction with the shampoo, and while I loved the smell and the volume it added, I was not crazy about how my hair felt. It added quite a bit of texture to my hair that made it feel dried out. It does smell great though!3
This product is fairly decent. It smells great and probably works well on fine hair. My hair is thick and coarse and it is not moisturizing enough for regular use.4
The minty scent isn't great although I do appreciate the organic, vegan aspect. Also, a great price point. Probably won't buy again.3
I liked the feel of my hair after this conditioner, even more so than with products twice this price. It's great that it doesn't have harmful ingredients.4
I instantly fell in love with this conditioner. After making sure my entire head was slathered in it I threw my hair up and continued showering. After a few minutes I went to rinse it out and it was almost all gone. Instead of resting on my hair it seemed to have been almost completely absorbed. I don't know *much* about hair but I'm pretty sure that's how conditioners are supposed to work.5