Trader’s Joe Nourish Spa Conditioner : The Review

Hey world!!!

So this post is a review of Trader’s Joe Nourish Spa Conditioner. I have been deliberately”eyeing” this products for a long time.lol.. Its is like a striked-out number one on my 2015 wishlist. I was reading reviews on Naturallycurly.com sometime in 2014, I came across this conditioner, read the amazzzzzing reviews and I was like, I have to get this!  It had tons of positive reviews so much that there was hardly any bad thing to say about this conditioner.

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Product Description:

  • Balanced Moisturizing
  • Safe for Colour treated Hair
  • Contains Argan Oil to Smooth and Shine
  • Enriched with Botanicals

When your hair is dry and to need to be nourished. This balanced hair re-moisturizer is ideal for replenishing dry and brittle hair. Perfect for use daily. It infuses moisture and exceptional shine without weighing hair down. Enhanced with botanicals. It doesn’t contain laurel/laureth sulphates.

Top Ingredients:

Purified Water: The Ultimate Moisturizer

Cetyl Alcohol:  During conditioning, cetyl alcohol is responsible for allowing conditioner to spread easily over the hair.

Behetrimonium chloride: Conditions, detangles, fights static, softens, restores, and rebuilds damaged hair. Since it’s plant-based and not petrochemical-based, it doesn’t coat but penetrates the hair shaft for potent conditioning effects. (In some applications, it also acts as a preservative).

Citric Acid:  Citric acid is used to adjust the pH down to 5.5 (ish). It is a fairly weak acid which makes the adjustment easier. it also has a small amount of preservative action. Citric acid as opposed to any other acid will prevent bacterial growth.

Tocopherol (vitamin e): natural form of vitamin E, a natural skin-conditioning agent and antioxidant.

Dimethicone:   A silicone oil which

1)It adsorbs (sticks on) on to the outer cuticle of hair.
2. It forms a film on the hair which smoothes down the cuticle
3. It lubricates the hair and is thought to contribute to easier wet combing (i.e less friction).

Argan oil: A natural oil which contains a lot of natural anti-oxidants that will help strengthen the weakened hair strands.

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Price:

A 16.9 fl oz/ 500 ml bottle sells for N1500 at Olori.com.ng

First Impressions:

It comes in an almost opaque white bottle with a ‘press’ open-mechanism

It has a white color with a thick consistency similar to that of Aveeno Naturals daily moisturizing lotion. One of the pictures below shows its consistency as compared to that of Vo5 strengthening conditioner.

It has a mild, fresh scent like of regular bath soap/conditioner. (Which I’m not crazy about)

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My experience:

One thing I love about this product is its slip. This conditioner is the definition of slip. I have never felt so much slip in my hair before.

It made detangling a lot easier for me.

It was my second time using it. I can tell how it made my hair so moisturized in every use and just a small amount detangles my hair really well as compared to Vo5 conditioner. There’s really nothing so special about the smell like I said earlier. I also loved the fact that is thick but spreads so easily on my hair. The only thing that bothers was the fact that it tends to lather a lot if I use too much.

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Pros:

Amazing Slip

Very Moisturizing

A little amount of it goes along way

Thick consistency

Spread so easily

Organic Ingredients

Budget-Friendly

Simple and lovely packaging

Cons:

Fragrance can be better.

All in all, nothing is going to come between me and this conditioner. No even the smell…lol. I so love this conditioner. Though I’m more of a leave in and deep conditioner kind of girl. I do see myself using more of this in the future. I’m not a co wash girl anymore, and I don’t use rinse-outs after shampooing, but I would definitely in cooperate this into my regimen, maybe for wash and gos and probably for giving my dc some slip for easier detangling. I think every natural should get her hands on this conditioner.

                                                              If you are looking for slip and moisture with a quite affordable price, this is for you.

 

Please Watch this space for my review of Karen’s Body Beautiful Sweet Ambrosia Leave In Conditioner (mouthful, huh?)

Until Next Time,

Nafisat.

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About nafisah

I'm an architecture student by day and natural hair blogger by night. Join me as I share with you the ups and downs of being an student natural living in Lagos.
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4 Responses to Trader’s Joe Nourish Spa Conditioner : The Review

  1. sewloveable says:

    This is my go to conditioner. I use to co-wash, deep condition an as a leave in. This conditioner is great for my wash n go’s. It work’s well with eco styler gel’s.

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  2. nafisah says:

    As a leave in? Doesn’t it cause build ups quickly?

    Like

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