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I have long, fine & thin hair with oily roots and dryish ends, and so I avoid conditioners with silicone. This conditioner it thicker and richer than most silicone free conditioners, but it makes my hair very soft without weighing it down. My only two complaints are the smell (kind of a baby powder fragrance that I personally do not care for) and the dispensing cap, which really sucks. There's only a tiny opening and it gets clogged easily, which makes it difficult to squeeze the product out. I really wish that it had a normal cap. For the results that it gives me, though, I can deal with that. I will definitely keep using this conditioner!
(I should note that the matching shampoo dries out my hair too much.) In fact, I bought the shampoo and conditioner for half price at Walgreen's early in the year and just bought a second bottle of the conditioner (I still have half a bottle of the shampoo left) and paid full price for it. I noticed the ingredients and packaging had changed though. It no longer had a seal and the ingredients are different. The first five ingredients of the first bottle were: Water, tomato extract, cetyl alcohol, red pepper extract and red tea extract. The first five ingredients of the bottle I just got are: water, cetearyl alcohol, behentrinomium choloride, cetyl esters and tomato fruit extract. The first bottle I bought worked well, so I don't know why they decided to mess with a good thing.
Wella Professionals Enrich Moisturising Conditioner for Fine to Normal Hair moisturises dry hair / This lightweight conditioner leaves even fine hair full of beautiful free flowing movement / With silk extract / Directions for use: Apply Wella Professionals Enrich Moisturising Conditioner for Fine to Normal Hair to clean, damp hair and distribute evenly / Rinse thoroughly / Wella Professionals Enrich for dry hair: Repair and protect dry and damaged hair to leave it full of vitality / With special ingredients such as silk extract and shea butter /