Review: Naturally Silk Elements Deep Nourishing Conditioner

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Happy Thursday Naturalistas!!! Did y’all know Silk Elements has a new natural line? Well me being the PJ that I am lol, went into Sally’s and spotted their new line. Naturally Silk Elements. You guys know I’m always on a quest for a good Deep Conditioner!! SO I bought the sample pack they had for $1.99 to try it out… had to get 2 lol!

Details: (sallys.com)

  • Free of Parabens, Mineral Oil & Petrolatum
  • Helps soften, condition & create manageability
  • Helps restore moisture balance

Naturally Silk Elements Deep Nourishing Conditioner is specifically designed to replenish the moisture needed by today’s multicultural consumer embracing her natural hair. 

Naturally Silk Elements Deep Nourishing Conditioner absorbs into the hair to help restore moisture balance for a healthy-looking finish. Naturally Silk Elements Deep Nourishing Conditioner is Free of Parabens, Mineral Oil & Petrolatum. Excellent for Wavy/Curly/Kinky Hair Textures. 

Your hair, your style, your way!

 
Directions:
Apply Naturally Silk Elements Deep Nourishing Conditioner to towel-dried hair from roots to ends. Leave on hair 3-5 minutes. Rinse well. Style as desired.
 
Ingredients:
WATER ,BRASSICA ALCOHOL ,CETYL ALCOHOL ,BRASSICYL ISOLEUCINATE ESYLATE ,DIPENTAERYTHRITYL HEXACAPRYLATE/HEXACAPR ,TRIDECYL TRIMELLITATE ,CARTHAMUS TINCTORIUS (SAFFLOWER) SEED OI ,FRAGRANCE ,TRIDECYL STEARATE ,HEXYLENE GLYCOL ,NEOPENTYL GLYCOL DICAPRYLATE/DICAPRATE ,PHENOXYETHANOL ,CAPRYLYL GLYCOL ,ARGININE ,POTASSIUM SORBATE ,GLUCOSE ,FRUCTOSE ,TETRASODIUM EDTA ,UREA ,DEXTRIN ,SUCROSE ,HYDROLYZED SILK ,ALANINE ,HEXYL NICOTINATE ,ASPARTIC ACID ,GLUTAMIC ACID ,BENZYL BENZOATE ,CINNAMAL ,COUMARIN ,EUGENOL
 
My thoughts:
This smells like a vanilla candle or cookies!!! LOL I wanted to eat it! So they have discontinued their mixed silk line so I heard LOL! I washed my hair with my usual shampoo (Cream of Nature w/ Argan Oil) Then I distributed this to my hair and sat under cap for about 30 min to an hour. When I rinsed I did not have as much slip as I liked but I detangeled with no problem. Left my hair feeling soft and hydrated! I will give it another try! I’m all about conditioners that leave your hair feeling hydrated. So I will probably purchase the full size and try out their other products. Have any of you tried this line? Let me know what you think!!
 
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Fashionista, Natural hair lover! check out my blog happilyevernatural.com

Posted on March 28, 2013, in Beauty, Going Natural, Regimen, Tips, Transitioners and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hello there. I have tried these products. Check this out: http://ronnierochester.blogspot.com/2013/03/whos-behind-naturally-silk-elements.html feel free to leave a comment as well. Bless

  2. I am currently almost on jar #3. This is the best deep conditioner I have ever used. Before purchasing this deep conditioner, I purchased Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque and it left my hair feeling more or less “hard”. I had to add other products to get it soft and to reduce frizz. With the Silk elements deep nourishing conditioner, I apply it after shampooing. Either I sleep in it, wear it around the house all day, or sometimes I follow directions and wear it for about 5 minutes lol. Either way, my curls are defined, hydrated, and I can easily apply a leave-in and go on with my day. I am NEVER leaving this deep conditioner and I pray they don’t discontinue it. If only I could leave it in my hair, I would not be searching for a curl pudding/definer every week!

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