Thursday, June 2, 2016

Try It !!! Thursday

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Initially, I picked up the Coconut Conditioner and the Shea Conditioner at a TJ Maxx while shopping in a nearby city.   After using them just once, I knew that I would be purchasing more!  It was hard to believe that these $5.99 conditioners performed so well.  When I went to my local TJ Maxx to purchase more of them, I was disappointed because they did not have a single bottle.  So, I immediately went online to OkayPureNaturals.com.  I was pleased to see that the website offered so many products - including several other conditioners!  I ordered the Honey Conditioner, the Coconut Conditioner, Aloe Oil and Glycerin.  I received the order in less than a week.  When I received it, I noticed that the Aloe Oil was not included.  Instead, I was sent Olive Oil.  I immediately notified Okay Pure Naturals, and customer service promised to send the Aloe Oil.  The company even allowed me to keep the Olive Oil as a gift  (awesome customer service)!!!  Within days, I received the Aloe Oil that I initially ordered.  A few days ago, I went into my local TJ Maxx and noticed that there were several bottles of the conditioners.  And, of course, I stocked up on more conditioners - including the Jamaican Black Castor Oil Conditioner!




Now, for the final review:

I will rate each category with one to five stars - with five being the best.

1. Availability    **    I have only seen this conditioner at TJ Maxx.  However, ordering online was a breeze. (If you have seen these conditioners somewhere else, please let me know in the comments.)

2. Consistency *****  The conditioners have a medium thickness.  They are thick enough to be used as deep conditioners.  Yet, they flow freely enough to be used as a co-wash.  (I do not like thick co-washes.)

3. Cost        ****    If purchased at TJ Maxx, they are $5.99 per 12 ounces.  However, at OkayPureNaturals.com, they are priced at $9.00-$11.00 for a 12 ounce bottle - depending on the conditioner.  If the conditioners were priced at $5.99 on the website, I would have rated the cost at 5 stars.

4. Scent        *****    The scent is pleasant- somewhat fruity, tropical.  It is not overpowering.


5. Slip        *****    AMAZING!!!  I was actually able to finger detangle my hair.  My fingers gingerly glided through each conditioner coated strand.  To each’s own, I still use combs to detangle.



While NOT 100% natural, these conditioners are free of parabens and silicones.
Have you tried this line of conditioners? Let me know by commenting.
      


6 comments:

  1. These look like great conditioners and I am always partial to anything with coconut.

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    1. LV, I am partial to coconut, also. Thanks for commenting!

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  2. You sold me on the amazing slip! That's exactly what I'm looking for in my conditioners these days, especially for my daughter. I'm going to look around my local TJ Maxx to see if they have them.

    Thank you for sharing!

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    1. If you try them out, I hope you like them! Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. I've seen these at TJ Max, but was reluctant to buy them. I'll have to check these out. Who doesn't love conditioner with mad slip? Oh, and I still use combs to detangle too. :)

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  4. Hi Evelyn,
    Glad you checked in. If you decide to try them, I hope they work well for you.

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