The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner Review


There are some products which are good for hair which have lesser chemicals and then there are feel-good products which makes your hair feel better but have loads of chemicals and are not necessarily good for your hair. It is a personal choice which one to go for and I keep shuffling between the two. Today I’m here with review of The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner which is meant for dry hair and falls in first category which is lesser chemical one. So let’s read on to know my verdict…

Price, Quantity and Availability in India:

695/- INR for 250ml. Easily available online and at TBS Stores. Buy online at TheBodyShop.in , Nykaa.

About The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner:

Conditions to help restore moisture and improve the hair’s softness without weighing it down, for a smooth and shiny finish.

  • For dry and damaged hair
  • Contains pracaxi oil, manketti nut oil and Community Trade honey, babassu oil and coconut oil
  • No silicones, no parabens and no colourants.

How to use:

For best results, mix in the hands with water. Work through hair from root to tip. Use after Rainforest Moisture Shampoo.

Ingredients:

Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Distearoylethyl Hydroxyethylmonium Methosulfate, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Orbignya Oleifera Seed Oil, Citric Acid, Cetyl Esters, Sodium Benzoate, Parfum, Hydroxypropyl Guar, Schinziophyton Rautanenii Kernel Oil, Salicylic Acid, Mel, Pentaclethra Macroloba Seed Oil, Tocopherol.

My Experience with The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner:

I have normal hair with normal scalp but in extreme winters I do suffer from dry scalp and dry hair because I give a pass to my oiling routine and resort to hair dryer often. And I use shampoo and conditioner from same range. So I have picked TBS Rainforest Moisture Range to give my hair the needed detox. I forgot to click pictures of shampoo and hence here I am with review of only conditioner.

Packaging:

The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner comes in a opaque cream colored plastic bottle with screw open and flip open cap. The bottle is kinda hard to deal with as you really have to make an effort to open the flip cap and then to squeeze it hard to get the product out of bottle. Not my favorite packaging however travel-friendly.

Texture & Consistency:

The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner has thick creamy consistency(similar to Loreal hair masks which you get in tub packaging). It comes out of bottle with extra effort and when it is about to finish, it is really a pain in the a$$ to get product out of the bottle. see that is why such products must have a tub packaging.

Performance:

Now first to get facts straight: The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner is no silicon, no colorant and no parabens conditioner targeted for dry hair. So you won’t get that slippery smooth feeling which you get from silicon conditioners. Given that, the product spreads easily with help of little water but you definitely need a bit extra than other conditioners(silicon based).

It washes off easily. Hair becomes softer to touch and easy to detangle but it does not control the flyaways/frizz and neither does it feel extra moisturizing for dry hair. However on normal hair days I felt i liked it better.

Final Verdict: 3.5/5

As much as I wanted The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Range to impress me, it was just okayish. I do like the conditioner from this range more than rainforest shine conditioner but definitely not my favorite. The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner is good silicon/paraben/colorant free conditioner for normal/oily air if you are looking for one. But it will not quench thirst of your dry hair and you will feel like needing something extra.

I might not repurchase this, as I want to try the balance range.

Have you used The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner ? which is your favorite siliconand paraben free conditioner? Share in comment section.

Till next time…take care…xoxo.

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