Continuing on reviewing Human Nature hair products (read my take on Human Nature Moisturizing Shampoo), I used Human Nature Moisturizing Conditioner at the same time as using that shampoo.
Did it do as good of a job as their shampoo? Read below my review for Human Nature Moisturizing Conditioner!
Applying it to my hair
You don’t need much to cover every hair follicle in your head. A coin-sized amount is enough for me and then some.
As usual, you don’t have to wait a minute more, just apply and rinse with water.
While drying, I noticed my hair’s soft and smooth texture coming out. You can also smell the scent of mandarin, which is really a plus!
Human Nature Moisturizing Conditioner Price
To find the actual value, I always recommend looking at the price per unit of any product.
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The conditioner lasted for 5 months of usage, given that its 400ml, based on using shampoo and conditioner once every week or every 3 days if my hair feels really dirty.
Human Nature Moisturizing Conditioner Ingredients
Because there are two variants, I’ve shown below the ingredients for “Mandarin Fresh” and “Lush Vanilla”.
Human Nature Conditioner Mandarin Fresh Ingredients
- Cetrimonium Chloride (From Palm/Vegetable Oil)
- Cetyl Alcohol (From Coconut)
- Organic Eucheuma Spinosum Extract
- Organic Persea Americana Oil
- Organic Cocos Nucifera Oil
- Rosmarinus Officinalis Extract
- Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
- Panthenol (Vitamin B5)
- Potassium Sorbate (Natural Preservative)
- Fragrance (Natural)
- Citric Acid (Natural Preservative)
Human Nature Conditioner Lush Vanilla Ingredients
- Aqua (Water)
- Cetearyl Alcohol (Vegetable-Derived)
- Cetrimonium Chloride (Vegetable-Derived)
- Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil
- Olus (Vegetable) Oil
- Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil
- Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil
- Cocos Nucifera (Virgin Coconut) Oil
- Capryloyl Glycerin/Sebacic Acid Copolymer (Vegetable-Derived)
- Diheptyl Succinate (Vegetable-Derived)
- Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice
- Hydroxypropyltrimonium Honey
- Levulinic Acid (Rice Or Corn-Derived)
- Fragrance (All-Natural)
- Anisic Acid (Anise Seed-Derived)
Let’s break down each ingredient they mentioned not present in the conditioner:
Mineral Oil – Gives your hair volume and makes it less prone to breakage and tangles. It may also cause scalp irritation and dry your hair if used too often.
Silicone – Creates a layer of moisture in your hair, control frizz, and add shine. A common myth is that it builds up too much that it blocks moisture absorption, which isn’t true at all.
Parabens – Present in almost all products we use, from food to hair products, as a way to extend shelf life. A study conducted linked it contributing to breast cancer, but there’s no conclusive evidence so far.
Fragrance – Creates aroma in conditioners. Usually, companies aren’t liable to disclose what they use to make these scents. Fragrance is also a common culprit if you have an allergic reaction.
So Human Nature touts it as being parabens and silicone-free conditioner, but it doesn’t to be a problem, after all. If it had mineral oil, it might give you a headache if you use it a lot.
The key takeaway here is that if you’re allergic to fragrance, you might want to try this conditioner.
Human Nature Moisturizing Conditioner – Is it worth it?
Before I used it, my hair had a tended to fall out frequently. Months of using this conditioner seemed to have helped strengthen the roots by providing it all the good oil my hair needs that may have been removed from shampoo.
What I like:
- The orange scent is really great
- My hair not falling out like before
- 64 pesos for a conditioner is a steal
What I didn’t like:
- Nothing at all!
There’s nothing I could say negatively about this product. I’ll continue to use it since it does its job well and might even try the Lush Vanilla variant.