Review: Collective Wellbeing Curl Tamer Shampoo and Conditioner

I didn't always have wavy hair; I discovered it in my teens. I'm not sure if it was simply too long for me to notice, or if the texture changed as I grew up. Regardless, I have wavy hair now, and sometimes it gets frizzy when I leave it to its natural texture. Companies such as Collective Wellbeing cater to those with wavy and curly hair, offering special products such as their Curl Tamer conditioner.

Pros:
  • Contains organic ingredients
  • Conditioner aids in detangling
  • Mild scent suitable for men and women
  • Texture similar to conventional products
  • Recyclable bottle
Cons:
  • Conditioner bottle is fairly small
Summary:
This conditioner had a thick texture that made it easy to apply. It helped detangle my hair and had a fragrance that didn't seem too flowery or fruity. This conditioner rated a fairly low 3 on the EWG Skin Deep scale. The size was a modest 8.5 oz, which, for just over $12, seemed a little small for me. I tend to go through a lot of conditioner since I have long hair, and I would've preferred a slightly larger bottle for the price. As I don't have a lot of frizz issues, I didn't see a huge change in the texture of my wavy hair. However, I think this product would likely have a more noticeable effect on hair more curly than mine. I'd like to see a vegan version of this product in the future. If you're in the market for a conditioner for curly hair, this is a gentle option.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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