Alikay Naturals Honey and Sage Deep Conditioner Review


Alikay Naturals Honey and Sage Deep Conditioner $14.99 Target

You guys know I have a thing for deep conditioners I have a few in my arsenal that I love and I can easily pick up from Target or Sally’s. Corey (my daughter) told me about this deep conditioner a few years ago and I have used it off and on ever since.

First 5 Ingredients: Water, Cetearyl Alcohol (a fatty alcohol that is emollient, softens the hair and adds great slip) Aloe Vera Juice, Stearalkonium Chloride (anti-microbial to prevent bacteria and mold in the product), and Honey. This conditioner also contains oils and other nourishing ingredients. When I am choosing any product I always check the ingredients I know that my hair responds well to Aloe Vera, honey and most of the other ingredients.

The first thing you notice is the color, it has a tan brownish color, with a pleasant smell that’s kind of herbally/earthy (which I love). The texture is thick you can turn over the jar and it won’t dump out but it absorbs into the hair easily and quickly. A product that easily absorbs means it doesn’t just sit on the top of my hair it actually penetrates and absorbs into my strands. The slip is amazing which makes it easy to apply it glides on.

I apply the conditioner after cleansing, to each section (6-8 sections) and then I twist each section put on a conditioning cap and my hot head for 20 minutes and rinse. My hair is so shiny, moisturized my curls are plump and juicy after using it. My hair feels and looks nourished. I would highly recommend this product.

I have learned what ingredients my hair likes and which ones to avoid; you can’t make your decision when purchasing any product by looking at the claims on the front of the bottle, the ingredients tell the real story; If you don’t know what an ingredient is google it. You will save tons of money and aggravation by just taking that small step. CHECK THE INGREDIENTS before you buy.

Do you read ingredients lists? What ingredients seem to work well for your hair? What ingredients do you avoid? Are ingredients important to you?