What I’ve tested: Creme of Nature Chamomile & Comfrey Healing Conditioner
Ultra-Purified Water – Aqua , Glycerin , Cetearyl Alcohol , Cetyl Alcohol , Dicetyldimonium Chloride , Lanolin Oil , PEG-12 Dimethicone , Amodimethicone , Phenyl Trimethicone , Peppermint Leaf Extract – Mentha Piperita , Basil Extract – Ocimum Basilicum , Polygala Senega Root Extract , Watercress Extract – Nasturtium Officinale , Sage Leaf Extract – Salvia Officinalis , Thyme Extract – Thymus Vulgaris , Rosemary Leaf Extract – Rosmarinus Officinalis , Grapefruit Seed Extract – Citrus Grandis , Matricaria Extract – Chamomilla Recutita , Symphytum Officinale Leaf Extract , Orange Oil – Citrus Aurantium Dulcis , Peppermint Oil – Mentha Piperita , Lime Oil – Citrus Aurantifolia , Spearmint Leaf Oil – Mentha Viridis , Coconut Oil – Cocos Nucifera , Shea Butter – Butyrospermum Parkii , Cocoa Seed Butter – Theobroma Cacao , Jojoba Seed Oil – Simmondsia Chinensis , Soybean Oil – Glycine Soja , Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein , Hydrolyzed Wheat Starch , Panthenol , Behentrimonium Methosulfate , Isostearyl Ethoylimidazolinium Ethosulfate , Polyquaternium-10 , Polyquaternium-32 , Paraffinum Liquidum , Isopropanol, Fragrance (Parfum), Citronellol , Coumarin , Hydroxycitronellal , Limonene , Linalool , Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone , Methylparaben , Ethylparaben , Propylparaben , Butylparaben , Isobutylparaben , Phenoxyethanol. Fragrance Contains: Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil , Cymbopogon Schoenanthus Oil , and Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil.
WHAT IT PROMISES:
Organic chamomile soothes and detangles
Healing comfrey moisturizes and protects
Helps prevent breakage and split ends
Creme of Nature Chamomile and Comfrey Healing conditioner features an organic blend of chamomile that soothes and healing that comfrey moisturizes and protects dry, damaged hair. Creme of Nature Chamomile and Comfrey Healing Conditioner helps strenthen hair and prevent breakage and split ends. For dehydrated and damaged hair.
HOW TO USE:
After shampooing with shampoo, rinse thoroughly and squeeze out excess moisture. Massage a generous amount of conditioner throughout hair. Comb through with a wide-tooth comb for even coverage from root to end. Rinse then style.
Leave this alone until the company figures out how to NOT give you super-greasy hair. Who cares if it contains certified organic ingredients if your hair looks like a bottle of mineral oil got dumped on it. Ugh. I believe I bought it on clearance for $1.00 and now I’m thinking it was a $1.00 too much. The old Creme of Nature Shampoo was such a beautiful product so who in the company would make THIS and convince themselves it’s good?