Salon Care Conditioner comes in two varieties; honey & almond, and apple pear. I picked up the honey & almond on my last trip to Sally’s. It’s got decent ingredients for being so cheap, and it smells great. The consistency is a cross between the runniness of V05 and the thickness of Suave Coconut. I bought a pump to go with it, because honestly, who wants to maneuver a gallon of conditioner every time they shower? No one.
So of course, I tried it as soon as I got it, which was right after I henna’d last time, and I wasn’t impressed with the slip, at all. However, I thought that maybe since I’d just done a henna treatment, my hair may need some time to get back to normal, as it always feels a little bit more tangly after henna. I kept trying it for more than a week, and the results have been the same every time; no slip. I need slip, and I need my cowash to get frothy and sort of bubbly. This really didn’t do either one for me, so unfortunately it’s been relegated to a shaving cream. On the bright side, I won’t need shaving cream for a year or more.
If it seems to good to be true, it probably is………
Here are the ingredients, from Sally's website: WATER ,BLUE 1 LAKE ,YELLOW 5 ,WATER ,PROPYLENE GLYCOL ,STEARALKONIUM CHLORIDE ,CETYL ALCOHOL ,CITRIC ACID ,DICETYLDIMONIUM CHLORIDE ,FRAGRANCE ,HYDROLYZED KERATIN ,DMDM HYDANTOIN ,PYRUS MALUS (APPLE) FRUIT EXTRACT ,PYRUS COMMUNIS (PEAR) FRUIT EXTRACT ,WATER