Hey Guys,

I have a product review for one of my favorite hair conditioners, Oyin Handmade Honey- Hemp Conditioner. For you guys who are not familiar with Oyin Handmade, they are a company that makes hair & body products. Their hair products are geared towards people with naturally curly hair. However, I figured conditioner is universal. Everyone needs a good conditioner, whether you have curly, straight, relaxed, or color-treated hair, you can benefit from this review.

Ok, so the honey-hemp conditioner is simply fabulous and your hair will thank me. I have used this product several ways. I use it as a rinse-out conditioner, a leave-in, a deep conditioner and I also co-wash with it. I must say this product works great any way you decide to use it. My favorite way to use this is as a deep conditioner & rinse out. When I  use this conditioner my hair is left feeling incredibly soft & moisturized.

This conditioner is very creamy & thick, however it goes onto your hair very smooth. Although it is a thick conditioner it does not feel heavy on your hair. Your hair will soak this up & love it. This product is great for detangling, it is also very slippery and smoothing.

It has a very sweet scent, to me it smells like a very sweet tropical fruit. The scent does not linger in my hair, which is good.

The ingredients are : purified water, organic aloe vera gel, behentremonium methosulfate (emulsifier derived from colza oil), honey, virgin hemp oil, coconut oil, vegetable glycerine, hydrolized silk, citrus essences, fragrance, optiphen (preservative).

These ingredients are great! This product does not contain silicones, which is another perk for me.

The cost is $11 for 8oz, $18 for 16oz & $32 for 32oz. I think these prices are reasonable considering the quality of the product. You can purchase Oyin Honey-Hemp conditioner at:

http://www.oyinhandmade.com

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