Aubrey Organics Island Naturals Replenishing Conditioner Review

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Aubrey Organics Island Naturals Replenishing Conditioner Review

Aubrey Organics Island Naturals Replenishing Conditioner Review

Product Review

For this Aubrey Organics Island Naturals Replenishing Conditioner review, I have been using the conditioner for the past week. I purchased the 11 FL OZ bottle for $10.93, directly from the Aubrey website.

A Natural Alternative to

Aubrey Organics Island Naturals Replenishing Conditioner for dry frizzy hair is a natural alternative to conditioners containing artificial fragrances, colors, preservatives, and other synthetic ingredients.

I previously liked Herbal Essences Conditioner, which has a score of 4, moderate hazard, in the Skin Deep Database. Most recently, I used Pantene Pro-V Conditioner, which has a score of 5, moderate hazard, in Skin Deep. Both contain artificial fragrance, which poses a high health hazard. They both also contain methylisothiazolinone, methylchloroisothiazolinone, and benzyl alcohol, which pose moderate health concerns. The only thing “herbal” about Herbal Essences conditioner is early-purple orchid flower extract and coconut fruit extract.

Ingredients in Island Naturals Replenishing Conditioner

  • Aqua,
  • cetyl alcohol,
  • alcohol denat. (38b, lavender*),
  • triticum vulgare (wheat) germ oil,
  • hydrolyzed sweet almond protein,
  • glycerin, aloe barbadensis (aloe) leaf juice*,
  • pimenta acris (bay) leaf oil,
  • pimenta dioica fruit (allspice) extract,
  • rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf oil*,
  • citrus grandis (grapefruit) extract,
  • jojoba esters (jojoba butter),
  • butyrospermum parkii (shea butter)*,
  • cocos nucifera (coconut) fruit juice*,
  • salvia officinalis (sage) oil*,
  • foeniculum vulgare (fennel) fruit extract,
  • humulus lupulus (hops) extract,
  • melissa officinalis (balm mint) leaf extract,
  • viscum album (mistletoe) fruit extract,
  • chamomilla recutita (matricaria-German camomile) extract,
  • tocopheryl acetate,
  • hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) water,
  • ascorbic acid,
  • achillea millefolium (yarrow) extract,
  • equisetum hyemale (horsetail) extract,
  • tussilago farfara (coltsfoot) leaf extract,
  • glycine soja (soybean) oil,
  • daucus carota sativa (carrot) root extract,
  • beta carotene.
    *Organic

Aubrey Organics Replenishing Conditioner for dry frizzy hair has a score of 2, low hazard, in Skin Deep. There are three ingredients that pose a moderate health hazard. The dangers associated with SD Alcohol 38B are enhanced skin absorption, cancer, developmental/ reproductive toxicity, multiple, additive exposure sources, and organ system toxicity (non-reproductive). The risks associated with yarrow extract are multiple, additive exposure sources, and allergies/ immunotoxicity. The dangers presented by tocopheryl acetate are cancer, ecotoxicology, allergies/ immunotoxicity, and contamination concerns.

Packaging

The Island Natural Conditioner comes in a recyclable plastic bottle containing 325 mL (11 FL OZ).

Promises

Dry, frizzy flyaways got you frazzled?
Instant moisture-replenishing conditioner and detangler puts your hair at ease, restoring manageability and sheen with rich plant butters. Leaves lengths silky-smooth and softens and defines curls without weighing down the hair. Also recommended for relaxed and natural styles.

Directions

Shake well before using. After shampooing, apply to damp hair and work through, concentrating on the ends. Leave on for 1 or 2 minutes, then rinse.

For deep conditioning: Apply to dry hair and distribute from scalp to ends. Leave on for 15 minutes, then shampoo and condition hair as usual.

Observations

The Aubrey Organics conditioner has a think consistency. It is a shiny off-white color.

Th conditioner has a strong spicy smell, which lingers as long as my hair is wet. At first I thought it smelled like cloves, until I read the back and realized it contains allspice. I think instead of “Island Naturals” a better name for this scent would be “Holiday Spice.” This version of the conditioner is a good option for men.

Effectiveness

The Island Naturals conditioner does leave my hair soft and easy to brush, without tangles. I was hoping it would help with my dandruff, and over multiple uses it does seem to be moisturizing my scalp.

Rating 4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5)

Aubrey Organics Island Naturals Replenishing Conditioner for dry frizzy hair earns its first star for containing natural ingredients.

It earns half a star for being packaged in a recyclable plastic bottle.

The Island Naturals conditioner earns another star for being effective. It moisturizes and detangles hair without weighing it down.

Aubrey Organics conditioner earns another star for being a good value for your money, since it is effective and not too much more expensive than other natural conditioners.

The Island Naturals conditioner earns half a star for being somewhat a pleasure to use. I like the thick consistency and the way it feels when applied to my hair. I do not care for the allspice scent that sticks around until my hair is completely dry.

Overall, Aubrey Organics Island Naturals Conditioner earns 4 out of 5 stars and is recommended as an effective moisturizing conditioner, if you like the scent of allspice.

You may also like to read a review of Aubrey Organics Green Tea Clarifying Shampoo.

Where to Buy Aubrey Organics Conditioner

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