Sebastian Drench Conditioner Review

Today I have a review for a conditioner that claims to manage damaged hair and helps it recover to full vital form. I was introduced to Sebastian hair care by my salon hairdresser. Please read ahead to know more.

Sebastian Drench Conditioner Review

Price: $40 for 33.8 oz

Product Description:
Drench Conditioner’s water activated ingredients glide through hair, providing nourishment to dry or frizzy hair. Adds moisture and detangles hair while keeping body and silky movement. Color safe.

How to use:
Remove excess water from hair. Apply through hair, concentrating at the ends. Rinse thoroughly. Best for dry, frizzy, chemically treated hair.

Water/Eau, Stearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Behenamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Glutamic Acid, Bis-Aminopropyl Dimethicone, Fragrance/Parful, Benzyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Propyparaben, Edta, Citric Acid, Sodium Chloride, Hydrolyzed Milk, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Oil.

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My Experience with Sebastian Drench Conditioner:

Packaging: The Sebastian Drench Conditioner comes in a plastic bottle with a press open cap. The bottle is pretty sturdy and I got Ulta pumps to be used with the huge bottles as it’s easier to take out the product and they cost only $3 each.


This conditioner is from the range of Drench and specially formulated for frizzy and damaged hair. I have been using a couple of haircare products in conjunction with the compatible products that can give me shiny and manageable hair. The Sebastian Light Shampoo has given me clean and vibrant hair but that does make it a bit drying when used too often. I was definitely looking for something that would add moisture to my hair without stripping color and at the same time doesn’t weigh them down.


I usually wash my hair every alternate day and never miss the conditioner as the frizz becomes unmanageable if don’t use one. The conditioner has a medium thick texture which is not runny or too thick. I use my shampoo on wet hair and lather it up; after rinsing it clean of any residue, I squeeze out all the water I can and take a dollop of conditioner. I apply the conditioner and make sure it coats all my hair, leave it for 2 minutes and rinse with warm water. I do use a conditioner comb at times to detangle and coat all my hair evenly. The conditioner is extremely creamy and glides on my hairs.


I can say this is one of the best conditioners I have used in a long time, it’s almost like a hair mask and the results are too good. The smell is awesome and very mild; I keep on smelling my hair; but it wears off after a day. I don’t use it as a daily conditioner because it can weigh my hair down as I have thin hair. This conditioner has also reduced the amount of hairfall I have been experiencing. If there is a buildup from this conditioner, though I haven’t had such an experience, one can use a clarifying shampoo to get rid of it. The color vibrancy of my color treated hair has become better with the use of this product and my haircolor is having an extended life, this being a color safe product. All I can say is I am very glad with the conditioner and will keep on using it.

Pros of Sebastian Drench Conditioner:

• Works on hair and makes it more manageable.
• Makes hair shinier.
• Adds bounce to hairs.
• Color safe.
• Detangles.
• Very nice fragrance.

Cons of Sebastian Drench Conditioner:

• Expensive.
• Can cause buildup.

IMBB Rating: 4.5/5

Would I Recommend Sebastian Drench Conditioner?
Yes I recommend this to all who love a vibrant shine along with color care.

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