Review: Sukin Moisture Restoring Conditioner 


“Combines soothing aloe vera with moisture rich cocoa butter, wheat germ, avocado, jojoba and rose hip oils.”

It always surprises me how many shampoo and conditioner hair products there are out in the market place today. The beauty and hair industry is saturation. The industry makes consumers believe that they have specific hair issues that need to be resolved. If you buy their products, your problems are solved and your life will be changed. Or will it? So many times I have been disappointed by conventional brands. The choice is overwhelming, and when you finally choose a product; your expectations for it have dramatically risen. Unfortunately, even if the product does work, it is still doing more harm than good due to the ingredients included: parabens, synthetic fragrances etc.

It is my personal decision to remove these ingredients from my lifestyle, so I am sifting through the natural beauty and hair industry reviewing products to find the best. Even when the product itself isn’t amazing or under performs, I know that it isn’t harming my health. However, many times I am pleasantly surprised. So to read a review on this Sukin conditioner, keep reading.


If you haven’t read my previous post reviewing a Sukin Shampoo, then I will link it here. If you have read it, then you will notice similarities in the ingredients list. The list in which doesn not include any SLS, SLES, Synthetic Fragrances, Animal Products, Harsh Detergents, Propylene Glycol, Artificial Colours, Mineral Oils or Parabens.

So what is included? Water, Aloe Leaf Juice, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetrimonium Chloride, Sesame Seed Oil, Glycerin, Shea Butter, Chamomile, Nettle Leaf, Burdock, Horsetail, Wheat Protein, Soy Protein, Wheat Germ Oil, Avocado Oil, Jojoba Seed Oil, Rose Hip Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Tangerine Oil, Mandarin Orange Oil, Lavender Oil, Vanilla Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Linlool and Limonene.


This conditioner uses similar ingredients to the shampoo. Like the shampoo, this conditioner uses Vanilla and Madarin Orange oils to scent the product. Additional scents include other citrus oils including Grapefruit and Tangerine oil, along with Lavender for a floral hint. The scent smells mildly of citrus with a floral hint, which all together smells very mild and natural.


The formula of this conditioner is like any other conditioner. The colour is white and it feels thick and creamy. It moves easily through the hair when applied, but isn’t overly conditioning or heavy. However, I do find that it can take a bit longer to wash out that some other conditioners that I have tried. I would recommend using less product than you expect, as it can leave the hair feeling greasy if it isn’t washed out properly. In terms of formula to price, this product is extremely great value, and similar to what is on the market today.


I really like this conditioner. I find it very easy to use, easy to move through the hair, and it leaves my hair feeling very clean, soft and moisturised like it suggests on the packaging. As mentioned above, when too much of the product is used it can leave the hair quite greasy. I personally find this a positive point, as it means the product lasts longer and works just great with a smaller amount. I also love how easy this conditioner moves through and is combed through the hair. Due to the moisturising properties of the product, I find that I have to wash my hair every 3-4 days. However, this number can be extended if less product is used.


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