Products We Love: Klorane Conditioner with Papyrus Milk
- Published: Monday, May 17th 2010
- in Beauty
I have thick, curly hair. Lots of it. This means that I’m almost always on a desperate hunt for the most nourishing, detangling, moisturizing, de-frizzing conditioner available, whether it’s targeted at curlies like myself or to those with over-treated or processed hair (which my hair is not). I’ve tried everything from deep conditioning treatments to leave-in-conditioners, and just when I think I’ve found the perfect product, I’m introduced to a new one.
I jumped at the chance to try Klorane’s new conditioner with papyrus milk for smoothing and detangling as soon as I read that it is designed for “dry and unruly hair,” despite the fact that I have previously found that conditioners with milks in them tend to be less creamy and more, well, milky than I prefer my conditioners. However as soon as I squeezed a dollop of Klorane’s new conditioner into my hand, I could tell that I would not be disappointed in the consistency.
The papyrus milk conditioner was thick, almost heavier than I would have liked, and had a super creamy and rich texture and smelled amazing. I combed the conditioner through after leaving it on my damp hair for about three minutes and was not disappointed with the smoothing and detangling properties of the product. When it came to rinsing the conditioner out, I realized just how thick it really was. My hair felt smooth and somewhat more relaxed than after conditioning with my every day conditioner. While its heaviness was a little off-putting at first, this conditioner really felt like a treatment, and ultimately made me feel like I was really giving my hair some real moisture therapy.
Klorane Conditioner with Papyrus Milk’s key ingredients include:
-papyrus milk, which is naturally rich in essential fatty acids and phospholipids and is extracted from plants that are specific to Eastern Spain.
-water soluble silicones
-cationic waxes to smooth and relax hair
$14. Available for purchase at Beauty.com and spalook.com .