I've never used a natural ingredient leave-in conditioner before. Previously I've used Organix's Argan oil spray that left your hair super silky and smooth- like unnaturally so. Anyways, I decided to look for a more natural alternative.
The Yarok Feed Your Ends conditioner came highly recommended and the ingredients are quite natural. However, at a price of $15 for 2 ounces, I was skeptical.
When you spritz it on your hair, it doesn't feel like a leave in conditioner, but rather a hair spray. It's super light and smells gingery. It's made of mostly oils- the first oil on the ingredient list being jojoba oil. Regardless, it does the trick of moisturizing hair. Here are the pros and cons:
- natural high quality ingredients
- very light
- works as a heat protectant
- smells nice
- doesn't work to moisturize hair as well as a regular oil (jojoba oil / avocado oil)
- quite expensive
Would I buy it again? Maybe, but I think I would try a few other natural leave in conditioners before I came back to this one. I love that it's so light and doesn't ruin my hairstyles from my hair being overly oily.