beauty scoop | seaweed bath co. wildly natural seaweed argan conditioner citrus scent

seaweed bath co argan citrus conditioner

As I mentioned before, a few weeks ago, I shared my current beauty picks on The Clean Beauty Blog. While I mentioned several of my staples, I also listed items I’m currently testing for review.

Today, you’re getting a double-post day because I’m sharing my in-depth haircare (natural shampoo and natural conditioner) reviews with you!

I’ve been testing Seaweed Bath Company’s Wildly Natural Seaweed Argan Conditioner Citrus Scent for several weeks now, and like the shampoo, this is a great summertime pick.

seaweed bath co argan citrus conditioner

{Seaweed Bath Co. sent me its Argan Citrus Conditioner to review. It retails for $16.89 for 12 ounces. Photo Courtesy Seaweed Bath Co.}

I’m extremely sensitive to synthetic fragrances, especially orange, but this conditioner contains pure orange essential oil — the real stuff! The refreshing scent is pretty much the equivalent of fresh-squeezed juice.

Similar to the companion shampoo, Seaweed Bath Co. Wildly Natural Seaweed Argan Conditioner is something everyone can try; it’s extremely moisturizing, thanks to seaweed extract, argan oil, vitamin E, coconut oil, olive oil and avocado oil, yet isn’t too moisture-drenching for fine-haired girls like me. It’s also gentle enough for color-treated hair.

Let’s backtrack and talk about those yummy ingredients again. Seaweed, argan oil, vitamin E, coconut oil, olive oil AND avocado oil? That’s a pretty hearty mix. As I mentioned on Sophie’s blog, I like to concentrate conditioner on my ends as not to weigh down my fine hair, and then gently rake the product through my hair to distribute the conditioner without overpowering my scalp.

However, if you have extremely dry, curly or color-treated hair, you may want to take advantage of this moisture cocktail and massage the conditioner into your scalp a little more to get the full benefits of all these hydrating ingredients. Argan, coconut, olive and avocado oils are magical when it comes to keeping your hair healthy, and the addition of seaweed helps strengthen the hair.

I mentioned on my previous post that the shampoo has a thick consistency; the same is true for the conditioner, but that’s pretty much true for any conditioner when compared to shampoo. Because this is a bit thicker than conventional conditioners, I like to rub the conditioner in my hands a bit to emulsify it and then spread it on my ends; this ensure you don’t get big, uneven globs of product on your hair.

What are your hair’s requirement when it comes to conditioner? Do you need something light and airy with a shot of moisture, or is your hair constantly thirsty? Tell me your hair type and current haircare regimen in the comments section!

And hey, be sure to get the details on Seaweed Bath Co. Wildly Natural Seaweed Argan Shampoo Citrus Scent, too! may include affiliate links to featured products. Not all product links are affiliate links. If you make a purchase from an affiliate link, earns a small commission.

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