Cantu Shea Butter Moisturising Rinse Out Conditioner

I was scheming through my archives and I just realized I had these photos that have never seen the light of day. Perfect time to do a review, right?  Before I switched to Tres Semme Conditioner, I used the Cantu Shea Butter Moisturizing Rinse Out Conditioner in the spirit of experimenting stuff. I love Cantu products, especially the curling cream and so once in a while I still use this conditioner as part of my regimen. For those of you who are curious about the Cantu Shea Butter Rinse Out Moisturizing Conditioner, I hope this review will lead to a clear judgement on whether to use it or not. This is not a sponsored post and therefore the review is totally based on my perception of the product.

Cantu Shea Butter Rinse Out Moisturizing Conditioner review

Shea Butter is a key component of the Cantu Conditioner and that is what actually convinced me to try it out. Shea butter is great for the hair because it is a good moisturizer and a sealant at the same time. This is probably why the conditioner leaves my hair quite moisturized. Have you ever rubbed shea butter against your hair strands at night? Well, I have. I often rub the butter against my strands then do chunky twists over night. The butter leaves my hair very very soft and curly. This Cantu Conditioner has almost the same effect. After rubbing this fairly thick cream on wet hair, I let it sit for five minutes then rinsed it out. Not only does it leave my hair moisturized, it also leaves the texture very soft with some curl pattern. If you are a wash and go kinda person, Cantu Conditioner might work for you because it softens your strands making it manageable.

The ingredients are generally natural hair friendly (other than silicone) and therefore you should not worry about that. One more thing about this product is that it has a very sweet scent that will leave your hair smelling so gooood. 😉

However, if you wash your hair quite regularly (Like i do), then the quantity might not be as generous as we would want it. The product costs around Kshs 800/= at Super Cosmetics (if the price hasn’t shot up). The good thing is that you do not have to use so much of the product; just a generous amount and you are good to go.

What was your experience with the Cantu Shea Butter Rinse Out Moisturizing Conditioner? Please leave a comment below? Let’s also catch up on my instagram account where am dishing out some hair tips as well. 😉

Love, Margie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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