Senk Conditioner

On my last wash day, I tried the Senk Conditioner for the first time. I decided to try it because I enjoyed the shampoo bar so much.

The conditioner smells very similar to the shampoo bar, which is a pleasant smell.

The directions state that it can be used as a rinse-out conditioner or as a leave-in. I decided to try it as a rinse-out conditioner.

The conditioner is pretty heavy. It doesn’t really emulsify like other conditioners which caught me by surprise. It felt heavy, even by my standards because I usually don’t mind that. Part of me wanted to mix it with another conditioner but I decided to give it a fair try.

I left it in for about 30 minutes with a shower cap on. After rinsing my hair, it felt moisturized. It didn’t feel heavy or greasy as I expected. I like this conditioner because of all of the natural oils it contains, but I can see it being too heavy for a lot of people. It may work well as a leave-in. I’ll have to try that!

What’s in it that caught my eye?

  • Olive & Coconut Oil gently cleanse and protect hair strands
  • Jojoba oil & blend of 5 essential oils balance and soothe the scalp
  • Vegetable Glycerin a natural humectant moisturizes
  • Rosemary Extract stimulates circulation & strengthens the hair
  • Palmarosa essential oil balances the sebum

    Would I buy it again? Probably not, unless it wows me before the bottle finishes. The shampoo bar is definitely a winner though!

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