Will buy again, but not using exclusively every week. I still have this product and will use during dry winter seasons
=" My menopausal hair had gone so dry and frizzy and I've tried endless conditioners with no joy until now. This conditioner is not as thick and creamy as others but it does a fantastic job. My hair is shiny and soft to the touch again, I am thrilled with this conditioner and while it may be more expensive than others it's worth every penny. It will suit everyone but to ladies of a certain age I say GO FOR It, you won't regret it"
=" This review is for the Manuka Conditioner.I am in my 50's and have been highlighting my hair since I was in college. It's dry and damaged, is what I'm saying. I need a nice rich hydrating conditioner. But also my hair is fine, so I don't using too much conditioner at a time. I though this would work well because it advertises as "intensely moisturizing". But really, I find I have to apply quite a bit - more than I like - to get soft hair. As far as the smell, it's ok. A little too sweet for my taste when in the shower, but my hair smells good when it's dry."
=" This is a conditioner that goes on in a silky and smooth way. It leaves hair soft but it needs a lot of rinsing out so that there is not any left on your hair to feel greasy.The fragrance is not too strong for those who do not mind a coconut type scent.It does work well, however there are other conditions at a fraction of the price that work just the same."
For short hair, it's hard to find a conditioner that really does the job without weighing down my hair, and this one has stood up to the task. Great smell, nice ingredient list, and great performance.
This is a nice thick conditioner that makes my hair very easy to comb out and it feels soft all day. It truly smells like honey and the scent lasts all day. This is as good of a conditioner as I've used in the past.
=" So far, I am happy with this conditioner. I was worried about the scent as several reviewers thought it was strong. That to me was odd as I do not find it strong, and I cannot abide smelly products. I thought when using it that it had a mild fragrance, but once my hair was rinsed and dried, I could not smell it at all. Possibly it needs to be rinsed a bit more than some other products?It goes on a bit differently than most other conditioners. It feels very slick.It left my hair feeling very soft and nice. For reference, I have hip-length blonde hair, extremely fine textured. It does not feel weighed down at all. Also, for reference, I do not use any styling products nor shampoo. I exclusively wash my hair with conditioner. So I cannot speak to the combination of the product line shampoo and conditioner.I had to laugh at myself though. It comes in the most gorgeous color bottle. It looks like the orange sherbet ice cream bars we used to get as kids, with the vanilla ice cream inside. I was so disappointed that the actual conditioner was plain old white. I know that was silly.I like the ingredients list: all good stuff and nothing that struck out as bad. I need to be very careful with my hair--because of the length and texture, it is very fragile. The conditioner seems to work just fine for me. “Manuka honey” seems like a bit of hype, though, but still, not a negative. I had to look up Manuka honey. It’s honey made by bees in New Zealand and parts of Australia that collect nectar from Manuka flowers. Depending on the concentration of dihydroxyacetone that it gets from the flowers, the honey can have more of an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect than other types of honey I miss the point for a hair conditioner. Again, nothing bad about it, just realize it sounds good but I can’t imagine what benefit it would give to hair."
=" This is a very good silicone free conditioner that makes my hair soft and easier to remove tangles. My hair is to my waist and part of my routine is detangling my hair while it's still wet and soaked in conditioner. This conditioner performs great at this despite not containing silicones and makes it very soft to touch even after it's washed out. I only apply it to the lower two thirds of my hair so it doesn't make it greasy afterwards... Also to prevent any flaky scalp build up that conditioner typically causes. My only issue is the smell. It smells great when applied but once I dry my hair, the smell is not pleasant to me. Thankfully Dr Organic makes equally efficient conditioners in other smells, which I will try."
=" I like this Organic Doctor Manuka Honey Conditioner. When I first pushed open the cap and squeezed this white conditioner into my palm I was struck by the strong smell. It is a strong funky sort of smell. This smell however does not carryover and rinses out. To give this conditioner time to work, I applied it to my entire head. I am older (56) and I apply conditioner all over my hair. I do this because my hair is mostly grey and requires much more conditioning and moisture than when I was younger. I left this Organic Doctor on for 3 minutes and rinsed with cool water. I like that this conditioner left my hair able to be finger combed while soaking wet. This is kind of a litmus test of whether this conditioner will help my hair or not. I found my hair to be bouncy and although not super shiny it is very soft. I prefer this Organic Doctor over Herbal Essences ***** Moisture Rosemary & Herb because my hair feels lighter and definitely softer."
=" This review is for the conditioner.The smell is really strong, strong enough that I can smell it on the towels after drying off my hair (and after the towels have dried). I found it unpleasant at first but I kind of like it now.The conditioner itself is not moisturizing enough for me (I have straight and thick hair) but the ingredient list looks great(no parabens, sulfates or silicons) and it even has shea butter in it."