Aussie Moist Conditioner

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Product Claims: Gives thirsty , dry hair a long and quenching drink for silky hair. Accented with natural Aloe, Moist Conditioner replenishes natural moisture for silky locks.

Directions: Try to contain your laughter. Work conditioner through clean, damp hair. Rinse and commence laughter.

Ingredients:
Water, Stearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Glutamic Acid, Fragrance, BIS Aminopropyl Dimethicone, Benzyl Alcohol, EDTA, Ecklonia Radiata Extract (Australian Sea Kelp), Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil (Jojoba), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Extract, Butylene Glycol, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone

The Truth: Ok I bought this conditioner because it was so cheap and I wanted to try it out since one of my "hair inspirations" uses this conditioner for her deep treatments. I used it as a deep conditioner with a little EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) for about 1 hr NO HEAT and its definitely a keeper. It is very thick and creamy and goes on your hair so smooth. It moisturized my hair, made it sooo soft, silky, thick, and fluffy. My hair had movement!! AND I'M 6WKS POST. I'd say its thicker than most cheap conditioners (i.e Suave). It applies very easily and it smells a little fruity, but its mild. The scent lasts in your hair the next day. Its FAB! I think you can use this as a instant conditioner, deep conditioner, leave-in and for co-washes too :-) I highly recommend it.

Price: $2.97 CAD (its truly amazing for this price)

Hairlicious Rating: (5/5) Excellent


Sunshyne

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22 comments

  1. Hello there! I love your blog and visit it daily. I thought about using Aussie Moist but instead went for H.E Long Term Relationship: my hair loves it! I will def give Aussie Moist a try. Thanks!

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  2. thanks for the blog compliment Nicole! =] I love HE LTR. It feels so good on my hair too. Try Aussie, you just may like it..since you like HE products. I still love my Herbal Essences though.

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  3. K...Its time for me to restock conditioners...I guess I'll pick up a bottle

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  4. LOL, tell me how it goes Traycee. =]

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  5. Nice! I will try this. I have been using Suave Coconut for my co-washes... but I may need to try this one (for those days when I have no time for a pre-poo and deep conditioner).

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  6. Hey Sunshyne...I loved Aussie....Thank you for the review...I showed you much love in my review @ KISS BLOG

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  7. @ Ms. S: Try it out and tell me how it goes.

    @ Traycee: Girl Im glad you liked it. Im about to go over to your blog right now..LOL

    @ Tabitha: Hi!! Im glad you liked it too..

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  8. wow...i read somebodyz blog talkin about thiz & i started 2 get it...but i felt like i had spent enuff coinz on hair care stuff yesterday, so i sed the hell with it...now im wishin i wouldve gotten it...o well...maybe next time...lol...thx 4 the info tho...

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  9. I brought it! I agree... Aussie Moist is definitely a keeper. I co-washed with my Suave first and then the Aussie... there was a nice difference in the way my hair felt afterwards. Yes!

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  10. i just bought it. can't wait to try it. love the blog

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  11. I've been wanting to try this and I will after you and Traycee gave such positive reviews!

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  12. i love this as well and use it for dc's, co-washes, and leave-ins.. LOVES IT!!!

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  13. Ms. S - YAY Im glad you liked it. I love it too!!=]

    Emeritus - Thanks for the blog compliments.

    Belle Cheveux - As soon as you try it let me know =]

    Southern_diva_natural - Its an all around good product. Im glad you ladies love it.

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  14. Does this help to moisturize and detangle the hair? I'm thinking about adding coconut oil to it.

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  15. Aussie moist does a really good job at detangling the hair. Adding coconut oil to it will make it even better! Let me know how that goes.

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  16. hey sunshyne what store you got aussie from i want to definitley try this out. i think thats what my hair needs. i have wavy curly hair.

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  17. You can get Aussie Moist anywhere like walmart, zellers etc. I just bought and extra extra large bottle in a pump for $7 at walmart. on sale during their anniversary sale.

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  18. i thought you couldnt use cheapie conditioners as DC's?

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  19. i dont see how this blog can do a review if your going to keep adding evoo or some other oil to the conditioner, it could be that your getting more out of the oil you added than the conditioner.

    i hope that this blog site will do proper reviews WITHOUT additions to give a proper representation of the reviewed product on its own merits.

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  20. at ^, if you don't have anything positive to say, dont say anything at all, i do appreciate the review sunshyne and for anonymous if you want an "accurate" product review, go do one yourself, period.

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  21. Hi Sunshyne,

    I am a new reader of your blog and I must say am on it almost all the time and is greatly inspired from it.I am now going through all of your posts right from the beginning..:) I became a memmber of Hairlista also..Thanks so much..But I have few doubts and I dono how to contact you other than this comment form..So I am just putting it up here.Please send me a reply to varsha.sreekumar@gmail.com..Could you?I'd love you even more for that..:)
    My doubt is : I have seen you talking about using conditioners including Aussie as deep conditioner for moisture..But I have grown up hearing that conditioner shouldnt touch the hair roots and should be applied only on hair.So do you mean that you use your DC's only on hair or do you put it on root as well.
    Also,could you tell me a good cheap and not-so-stripping clarifying shampoo?Please enlighten..!
    xo

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