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Best silicone-free conditioner / mask?

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wickedfairy Wed 13-May-20 22:30:25

As above really! I'm looking for a really good conditioner and mask but would prefer silicone (and other nasties) free. I have fine, coloured hair that is a little on the dry and damaged side.

Any recommendations please? Thank you

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VenusClapTrap Wed 13-May-20 22:45:19

Yet to find a good one. Place marking.

Feedingthebirds1 Wed 13-May-20 23:21:16

The hair foods at the end of this page - - are all good and silicone free. Not expensive for a huge tub, especially as Boots often have them half price.

Use them as a normal rinse out conditioner, as a leave in or as an intensive mask.

shakeyourteethout Wed 13-May-20 23:35:32

Second the Garnier hair foods. Inexpensive and I regularly get comments on how shiny/healthy my wavy hair is looking.

VenusClapTrap Wed 13-May-20 23:43:41

Garnier tests on animals, so if you are looking for ‘nasties free’ products you might consider this pretty nasty.

HonestOpinion10 Thu 14-May-20 06:00:46

Why dont you diy it? Shea butter, avocado, eggs, mayonnaise, coconut milk, oils all great for hair.

wickedfairy Thu 14-May-20 22:01:03

Thank you for the advice. I'll look into the Garnier ones but in the meantime, I will google natural ones - I do have avocados and oil!! Thanks

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PersonaNonGarter Thu 14-May-20 22:19:36

I regret to inform that the very best one is this £££ one from Christophe Robin. Unfortunately it is £54. Sorry.

I think it is sold out at Space NK at the mo but can usually be got at Look Fantastic and Cult Beauty.

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