Budget Friendly: Salon Care Conditioner

Sally’s Beauty SupplySalon Care Conditioner, Honey & Almond, $8.99 (sale $8.49).sallyssaloncarecond

Following information taken directly from Sally’s Beauty Supply website:

INGREDIENTS:  Water , cetyl alcohol, stearalkonium chloride, propylene glycol, dicetyldimonium chloride, fragrance, polymethoxy bicyclic oxazolidine, citric acid, blue 1, red 4, yellow 5, red 33, prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond), hydrolyzed keratin, pectin, honey. 
  • Natural botanicals create body and shine
  • Protein adds strength
  • Removes tangles and snarls
  • Mends split ends
  • Safe for color treated hair
  • Leaves no oily build-up or residue

Salon quality conditioners allow you to get salon results at home. Fortified with natural botanicals and protein, Salon Care Conditioner mends split ends and increases strength of dry, damaged hair. It removes tangles and snarls making combing and styling easier on hair and gentle enough for even color-treated hair. No oily build-up to weigh hair down. Just beautiful, soft hair.

Other Types Available:  Apple Pear, Raspberry, Luscious Kiwi, Cherry, Passion Fruit, White Tea & Ginger.

My Take:  This gallon equals to about 8 (16 oz.) bottles of conditioner at about $1.06 each.  Ingredients are not organic or natural, but compares to the cheap over-the-counter conditioners (Suave, V05).  Hey, with this Michigan winter storm weather, I’m guaranteed not to run out of a conditioner wash for a while.

Don’t forget the pump that comes with the conditioner like I did.  I had to transfer some in an empty, clean jar.  As always, adding oils like castor, coconut, and olive only enhances conditioning.  By doing this, I’m able to switch it up and use this as a conditioner wash, leave-in, and deep conditioner.


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