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Average: 4.8 (5 votes)

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Written on Monday, December 11, 2017
Pros: de-tangling, glossy shine, good nourishing, makes my hair look healthy, natural ingredients, nourishes, pleasant consistency
Cons: no

Recently I fell for the natural cosmetics and cosmetic products. I understand that a product which consists of only natural ingredients can't cost low so I’m ready to treat myself from time to time.

I’m always on a lookout for good products for my hair but practice shows that even if the product costs a lot, it doesn’t guarantee that it’ll perform well. Moreover the synthetic components in the ingredients may do harm to your hair and make them look worse than before.

Well, the conditioner I’m posting a review of today is absolutely natural and well-performing, so keep on reading to find out the details.


The product is packed in a squeeze tube with a bright picture of grapes to it. Initially the product was sealed with foil.

I’m not a fan of such packagings but here the flip-top cap is very convenient. The nozzle is great and gives out the right amount of the product.


The list with ingredients is so fine that now, after reading it, I’m head over heels with this product even more:

Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, vitis vinifera (grape) seed extract*, cetearyl alcohol, behentrimonium chloride, glycerin (palm), leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, hydrolyzed jojoba esters, jojoba esters, natural fragrance/flavor (parfum/aroma), resveratrol (grapes), panthenol (pro-vitamin B-5), butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*, lepidium meyenii root extract (maca root)*, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil*, yucca brevifolia root extract (yucca cactus)*, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, symphytum officinale leaf extract (comfrey)*, urtica dioica (nettle) extract*, macrocystis pyrifera extract (sea kelp)*, salix alba (willow) bark extract*, potassium sorbate, citric acid, water (aqua)

*Certified Organic

No: Parabens, sodium lauryl/laureth sulfates, phthalates, artificial fragrances or colors, silicones, EDTA, glycol or petroleum based ingredients.

Cruelty Free and Biodegradable: No animal testing of raw materials or finished product. No phosphates.



It’s cream like, slippery and easy to apply over the hair. I always try to apply the lesser amount of products, as lesser is better than more, and this way, I’m sure that I won’t overdo and turn my hair into a greasy mess.

The fragrance of the conditioner is very potent, bright and ripe. I don’t actually like red grapes but the fragrance of the conditioner is appealing to me.

Product says:

• Protects hair from sun damage

• Moisturizes hair, leaving it smooth and silky

• Repairs damage

Grape Seed Extract and Resveratrol from red grapes native to Italy provide high levels of antioxidants that act as UV filters to aid in correcting environmental damage. Organic Red Grape Conditioner quickly absorbs into hair and leaves it moisturized, while Vitamin B5 works on damage that has occurred inside the structure of the hair.


I usually wash my hair twice. I think I’ll buy the shampoo by the same line one day but now I use some other. I’ve never tried a natural-based shampoo, so I think it’ll be an interesting experience.

After washing, I gently squeeze out water from my hair and apply some conditioner to the ends and length of my hair. I don’t apply it to the roots. I always have a desire to apply more of the product but, actually, there’s no need to do it as my hair will soak as much as needed and no more. So, the practical method has shown me that I don’t need a lot. I leave it on my hair for 7-10 minutes and then wash off. I prefer to naturally dry my hair and want to turn down the use of a blow dryer when I can.

When my hair is dry, I apply some oil to them and that’s it.


Honestly, I’m frankly wordless when I see a negative review of this product. I know that we are all different and I'm really sorry that this conditioner doesn’t suit some people. Alas, there is no universal product to flatter everyone. But I’m absolutely sure this product is worth a try. It doesn’t work wonders with my hair but it’s a great hair conditioner that performs what it promises. After use, my hair is sleek, de-tangled, lightweight and super shiny.

Package volume: 237ml

Price: $8

I really recommend this product, I’m in love with it and I’m sure that I’ll repurchase. And maybe I’ll give a go to the coconut version of it too, I’ll write a review if anything. Smile

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chriskachura recommends Desert Essence Italian Red Grape Conditioner

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