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John Masters Organics Citrus & Neroli Detangler Review, Photos

John Masters Organics Citrus & Neroli Detangler Review, PhotosYou may already know this based on my March 2013 Favorites post but I am really digging the John Masters Organics Citrus & Neroli detangler. It’s more like a leave-in conditioner for me that leaves my hair feeling pretty soft and smooth. Really though, just picture the women in those Pantene pro-v commercials when you think of this product because yup, that’s my hair after using it but BETTER. Yup, better! Better because the ingredients in it nourish your hair far better than the mainstream products yet it still gives you very soft and manageable hair. And who wouldn’t be down for something like that??

I have quite the obsession with conditioners of all types because of the stronghold dry-ness has on my hair. I naturally like to keep a ton of them around to keep my hair thoroughly moisturized and I happened to find this bad boy at my local Vitamin Shoppe. I didn’t know until I decided to do an impromptu stop at my local store that they carry pretty much any John Masters Organics product known to man (seriously check out Vitamin Shoppe’s website). I decided to try this one out on a whim because it was the last bottle they had on the shelf which read the word SALE in really big bold red letters, and I am pretty partial to products that say that.

This immediately made my hair feel thoroughly moisturized and very refreshed. There is something about this formula that gives my scalp a very nice cooling effect that I love and it is also the perfect consistency since it is not too heavy and is very lightweight, so for those with really thin or fine hair this is for you! Since the consistency is just right it makes for such a perfect leave in conditioner since it doesn’t weigh down your hair like a much heavier conditioner would. It has a light citrusy scent that is not too herbaly or overbearing which is an added bonus for a natural conditioner, but I don’t know if I’m going out of my mind or not because I noticed that it sort of had a faint fishy smell one day that didn’t linger but when I sniff it straight from the bottle or put some on my hand it didn’t. I don’t remember this scent being here before so I don’t know exactly what’s up with that but I’m thinking of purchasing another bottle just to do some detective work and because I do really have a thing for this hair detangler.

This detangler gives you the feeling that it is really feeding and nourishing your scalp because it doesn’t just coat your hair making you think your hair is truly moisturized when its not. I’m really wanting to try even more of their hair care products now that this one was a hit and I also bought their Lavender and Avocado Intensive conditioner while there and I will be reviewing that very soon.

Ingredients: Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera leaf juice) gel,* aqua (water), behentrimonium methosulfate, cetearyl alcohol, panthenol (vitamin B5), sorbitol, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil,* cocos nucifera (coconut) oil,* hydrolyzed soy protein, wheat amino acids, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil,* lecithin, tocopherol, glycerin, citric acid, citrus grandis (grapefruit) peel oil,* citrus lemonum (lemon) peel oil,* citrus aurantium dulcis (neroli) flower oil,* canarium luzonicum (elemi) gum nonvolatiles,* cymbopogon shoenanthus (lemongrass) oil,* sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, arnica montana (arnica) flower extract,* camellia sinensis (white tea) leaf extract,* chamomilla recutica (chamomile) flower extract,* calendula officinalis (calendula) flower extract,* equisetum hiemale (horsetail) leaf/stem extract,* foeniculum vulgare (fennel) seed extract,* lonicera caprifolium (honeysuckle) flower extract, linum usitatissimum (flaxseed) seed oil,* borago officinalis (borage) seed oil,* sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid), sulfur, limonene†, citral†, linalool†.

Where you can get this: LuckyVitamin $14.99, Vitamin Shoppe $16.00, Beauty.com $16.00 (free shipping with a $25 order) , Beautyhabit $16.00

Has anyone else tried John Masters Organics hair care products? Do you love them or not? Let me know in the comment section below!

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4 Responses

  1. [...] and let it work its magic on my hair for about 30 minutes and then wash it out and add some of John Masters Organics Citrus and Neroli detangler (because John Masters Organics is killing the clean hair care game right now). This works amazing [...]

  2. [...] John Masters Organics Citrus & Neroli Detangler I really love how this moisturizes my hair. I use it as a leave in conditioner because it is very lightweight and doesn’t weight down my hair. It is perfect because it not only moisturizes my hair but it has a light scent that is not at all overpowering which is great. Full review coming soon. [...]

  3. Sarah says:

    Just have to say, I also noticed the slight fishy smell! I’m just glad I’m not the only one because otherwise the product is great, so great that I sent a sample to some friends before I noticed it, friends who might be a little pickier and I wanted to verify that it wasn’t JUST ME. Now I can apologize in advance… the fishiness was quite a disappointment but it doesn’t linger thankfully.

    • Audreiana says:

      Hi Sarah, I’m so happy that I’m not the only one that noticed this, that means I wasn’t just going crazy. I now use JMO’s Rosemary and Peppermint detangler instead which means no fishy scent! I’ve been loving it. Thanks for your comment.

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