The Nature’s Co Nori Hair Conditioner – Review
As I promised in my last post, here comes the review for The Nature’s Co Nori Hair conditioner. I had bought the shampoo and conditioner together, as it’s always suggested to use the shampoo and conditioner from the same range and brand to get best result. Let us see how this conditioner worked for my dry hair.
Rs. 645 for250ml
What the product claims:
Tame your tresses with Nori Conditioner. Derived from red algae, Nori is deeply effective in revitalizing and conditioning dead strands. This conditioner is rich in vitamin C and sea minerals and is specially created to nourish your hair. Apply it after shampooing and leave it on for 1 to 2 minutes. Rinse hair well with cold water for a shinier look. Because it’s natural and gentle, you can use it daily.
My experience with The Nature’s Co Nori Hair Conditioner :
Nori conditioner is part of the auqaspark range of the Nature’co. I have wavy/curly hair which also tend to be dry and frizzy. So I always look for good shampoo and conditioner to make my hair moisturized. I am using this conditioner from last 2-3 weeks along with the nori shampoo from TNC. This is not a creamy conditioner, it is kind of milky and bit runny. So first time when I used it, I was suspecting its effectiveness because of its light texture, but when my hair dried they felt really soft, smooth and manageable.
It does not give any sticky feeling when washed, which we get with other conditioners with silicone. It is really light and non-sticky. It smells very aquatic and fresh. Because of its light texture, I felt I need to use more product but actually the regular amount of product works well. It never makes my hair dull or oily, it makes them moisturized and soft. It also controls frizz to good extent. In whole, it’s a natural, light weight conditioner which works well for dry hair.
Pros of The Nature’s Co Nori Hair Conditioner:
• Light weight conditioner.
• Works well for dry hair, makes them soft.
• Controls frizz.
• Made of natural ingredients.
• Recyclable packaging.
• Not tested on animals.
• No sticky feeling.
Cons of The Nature’s Co Nori Hair Conditioner:
• Available only in TNC shops and very few online stores.
• Full ingredients list not mentioned.
Do I recommend The Nature’s Co Nori Hair Conditioner?
Yes I recommend this to everyone who likes light weight conditioner and to everyone with dry hair.
Will I be repurchasing The Nature’s Co Nori Hair conditioner?
Yes I think I will!
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2 thoughts on “The Nature’s Co Nori Hair Conditioner – Review”
I have used their Vitamin e conditioner..it was light weight yet effective in making hair soft ! Also tried the watercraess conditioner, again light weight but wasn’t of much use
I think the watercraess one is for all hair type and whenever something is generelaised it loses its effect I feel 😀