Virgin Coconut Oil Conditioner 265ml

(£2.64 per 100ml)

Virgin Coconut Oil Conditioner 265ml

(£2.64 per 100ml)

Reviving and restoring conditioner for curly or thick hair

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Key benefits: Moisturising, Nourishing, Hydrating

Hair type: Normal to dry hair

Best for: Thick or curly hair. Softens and lightly volumises

  • Organic virgin coconut oil is renowned for its nourishing and hydrating properties
  • Contains medium chain triglycerides which help to hydrate the hair
  • A moisturising conditioner that helps to leave the hair beautifully conditioned, nourished and soft
  • Enhances shine for normal to dry hair

how to use

Smooth conditioner through wet hair, leave as desired and rinse. For best results use with Dr Organic Virgin Coconut Oil Shampoo.

advisory information

Not for internal use. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not apply to broken or irritated skin. If sensitivity occurs discontinue use. Avoid this product if you are allergic or sensitive to any of the ingredients. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool dry place.

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Contents: 265ml
Product code: DROCCNTCNDT
Aqua, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder†, Cetearyl alcohol, Distearoyethyl dimonium chloride, Glyceryl stearate, Coco- caprylate, COCOS NUCIFERA OIL (KEY ACTIVE: Coconut oil)†, Glycerin, Cocos nucifera (Coconut) fruit extract†, Citrus limon (Lemon) peel oil†, Carica papaya (Papaya) fruit extract†, Ficus carica (Fig) fruit extract†, Garcinia mangostana (Mangosteen) fruit extract†, Mangifera indica (Mango) fruit extract†, Theobroma cacao (Cocoa) seed extract†, Alcohol††, Citrus aurantium bergamia (Bergamot) peel oil, Triticum vulgara (Wheat) germ oil, Tocoherol, Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium, Parfum, Citric acid, Sodium phytate, Benzyl alcohol, Sodium benzoate, Dehydroacetic acid, Potassium sorbate, Limonene. † certified organic, 11% organic, 98% natural origin. †† made using organic ingredients

This certified organic product is packaged in a recycled and fully recyclable PET plastic bottle made with ocean-bound plastic which has been collected from areas immediately around rivers and the coast, and would otherwise have ended up in our oceans. The cap is made with PP plastic.

It can be recycled with other PET and PP plastic at the kerbside by local authorities who usually collect plastic packaging. To recycle, clean as required and pop into your recycling or take to the nearest collection point.

Check what your local authority in the UK collects here: https://www.gov.uk/recycling-collections.

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customer reviews 4.3 out of 5 (17 reviews)

Leaves your hair feeling soft and shiny
This is a lovely organic Coconut Oil conditioner. I really liked the scent and I didn't need to use a lot for my hair which is mid back length. It made my hair soft, but not flat and shiny. I will continue to use this product based on the results of using it just once.
Theresa W.,
Beautifully conditioning
This smells beautifully coconut-y and is lusciously conditioning. My thick hair dried soft and manageable, and even 2 days later is still soft and beautiful. A little goes a long way, which is good because the bottle isn't terribly big. Nice product, though!
Not moisturiing enough for me.
This conditioner is not bad. It has a mild scent and it is very thick. I am black and I have very dry and natural curly hair. I need a very moisturizing conditioner. This conditioner is not moisturizing enough for my hair. It seems like it would be okay if you didn't have extremely dry hair like I do. I would not get this again.
Serena Reed,
I loved the way this conditioner makes my hair feel moisturized ...
I loved the way this conditioner makes my hair feel moisturized and healthy, but so do most of reputable $5-7 grocery brands. There was no difference at all between them. My hair is on the dry side so it takes a lot of conditioner to make sure I come out of the shower with healthy looking hair. The smell of this one was pleasant, but not as luxurious as argon oil conditioners. It is a quality conditioner, but for one fourth of the price, I get exactly the same. No reason to literally wash money down the drain.
Effective Moisturizer with Healthy Ingredients!
Organic Doctor Organic Virgin Coconut Oil Conditioner is an effective conditioner. Made with certified organic coconut oil, it really seemed to nourish and moisturize my hair, leaving it feeling smooth and very soft. Its medium chain trigylcerides, triglycerides found in coconut oil, are more readily absorbed by the hair and scalp, acting as a very effective moisturizer. Some studies show that they even stimulate hair growth.I found that this conditioner really did condition my hair. It felt smoother, softer, and nourished. It seemed to improve the condition of my hair. It has a light, pleasant scent, too.I received a free bottle of this product in exchange for an unbiased review.
It helps make my hair nice and soft
It helps make my hair nice and soft. Just wish I could get it in a bigger bottle. My daughter likes to use it up.
K. K. Morris,
Virgin coconut infised hair conditioner
This is my first time to use Organic Doctor line of hair products. Hair conditioner comes in a 9oz bottle which is small and It is easy to carry if you are taking it for vacation or one can easily tuck it in the shower. Conditioner is really thick and it has strong coconut scent that is pleasant without being overpowering. Conditioner definitely helps hair be soft and shiny. It can be used for colored hair as well. I have a long hair so this small bottle does not last for a long time for me. I can easily use the entire bottle within a couple of weeks since I wash and condition my hair daily.
Very basic, does not smell like coconut
This conditioner is okay. I am disappointed in it overall. I was expecting a thick, amazing smelling coconut conditioner that would leave my hair super soft. It is not that. The conditioner is thick and creamy. You don't have to use a ton of it.It doesn't have much of a scent to it. It unfortunately, doesn't have the strong coconut scent that I was hoping for. I have used it about a dozen times now. While it does help to condition my hair and remove the tangles, that is where it stops. My hair isn't softer, silkier or shinier because of this product. It doesn't smell good.Basically, it is nothing special. Since it does actually function as a basic conditioner, I am giving it three stars. However, I like my conditioners to have added benefits (especially if they cost almost $12 for a small bottle). For me, this was a miss and I will not be buying anymore after this bottle is gone. I do not recommend it.
C. Hamilton,
Smells Like Coconut With An Edge
My wife has medium length hair and tried this conditioner with no expectations. She prefers hair masks and deep conditioners given her naturally wavy/ frizzy hair’s tendency to tangle easily. She was pleasantly surprised by the cool, calming tingle of the fruit extracts when she tried Organic Doctor Virgin Coconut oil conditioner. It immediately softened her hair, making it feel smooth and silky. She usually needs to let conditioner stay on for a longer length of time to achieve a manageable level of softness. But this “normal conditioner's creamy penetrating consistency worked with unexpected alacrity. Her hair is light to the touch, unlike the heaviness that can be left by deep conditioning.Though it does the job, the coconut scent has a hint of chemicals. It strikes me as odd as this product postures itself as organic and natural. As a consumer, one would like to think the branding supports the contents. Technically, it does to an extent, and I'm glad to see the label responding to the growing “free from” mantra like paraben free, mineral oil free, etc.. There is a lot of good stuff in this conditioner including the eponymous coconut oil. However minute the trace chemical additives may be, the lingering synthetic aroma seems to overshadow the pure goodness of the plant-based ingredients. I think there is a branding problem that might mislead a consumer into thinking they are steering clear of chemicals. The conditioner is effective at softening hair, but it is portraying itself to be something it’s really not.~ Kort
A lovely bunch of coconuts
To start with, a word of advice. The seller has chosen to lump several very different products (conditioner, day cream, eye serum and face scrub) together into one page, resulting in the reviews for all of those products to be combined. It’s easy to be thrown off by reading a review you think is about hair conditioner and see that someone else is using it on their eyes. It’s important to read the fine print in the title of each review under “Style Name” to see which product that reviewer is talking about. In my case it for the Virgin Coconut Oil Hair Conditioner. Thanks.The product itself is labeled as “organic”. I wouldn’t choose to buy it (or not buy it) based on that word. As the manufacturer themselves points out there is no certification for cosmetics like there is for food so the word can be used by anybody for any product for any reason. More of a concern is what’s in it. While there is no ingredient list on the product page here is a partial list of what’s inside the bottle: aloe barbadenis leaf juice, water, polyglycerel-3, methylglucose distearate, cetearyl alcohol, cocos nucifera (coconut oil), glycerin, pyrus malus fruit extract, butyrospremum parkii, glyceryl caprylate, pantheol, guar hydroxpropyltrimonium chloride, tocophyrol, several seed extracts, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, sodium phytate, citric acid, absorbic acid. I posted a photo of the actual ingredients list. I don’t know what most of that is, but they do seem to be accurate that it contains coconut oil and actually does contain fruit extracts as advertised.WHAT I LIKEI like that it is super-thick, a little goes a long way and it feel good in my hair. I like that when I rinse some product remains to keep my hair soft and manageable. And I really like the coconut fragrance … so many products these days use chemicals to smell like something, with this conditioner there is no doubt that is smells like a real fresh coconut.WHAT I’M NEUTRAL ONThe scent is a personal choice but I think it would be a good choice for families in which a variety of people of different genders and ages share the same product, the scent would probably be acceptable to all.WHAT COULD BE IMPROVEDKudos on the flip-top cap, it is easier to use with wet hands in the shower than a cap that removes. However once I started using shower products with pump dispensers I’ve been spoiled and a pump is now my number-one preference. At least this conditioner has a bottle that is shaped in such a way as to be easy to hold.SUMMARYIn addition to all of the above the price is very reasonable, even comparable to many conditioners sold in the supermarket. It is made in Swansea, a coastal town in southwest Wales.
Fantastic Product. I love this conditioner
Fantastic Product. I love this conditioner , my hair feels so smooth, works very well with curly hair.
non ho notato miglioramenti
Purchased to rehydrate particularly dry hair. Unfortunately, I didn't notice what I was hoping for: no improvement. I expected more sincerely, knowing the brand and having appreciated it in the past for hand creams and deodorants.
Buon balsamo!
I often use the products of this brand and I must say that they are all valid and of quality. The conditioner smells great (not so much coconut) and leaves the hair (curly, in my case) very shiny. It costs a little but is recommended!
nice conditioner
Mrs K Engelbrecht,
mayank patel,
Good product
I love this condition, very good for the hair, just love it.
Shiny hair
Makes you hair very shinyWhen reading the little lines not sure the whole product is organic
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