5 Cleansing Conditioners You Can Shop at the Drugstore
By now you’re probably well aware of the much buzzed about practice of co-washing—nixing harsh shampoos that strip your hair of its natural oils and instead using conditioner as a cleanser. Especially popular among women with natural, coily hair that’s prone to dryness (this writer being one of them) the practice has sparked a new lot of beauty products: cleansing conditioners.
“Cleansing conditioners have emerged as an alternative to traditional shampooing and conditioning for non-wash days when the hair is not truly dirty, but just feels unclean,” saysDr. Rolanda Wilkerson, principal scientist forProcter & Gamble. “They contain more conditioning ingredients and lower levels of surfactants and thus provide higher conditioning benefits and gentle cleansing.”
Popular products on the high end of the cleansing conditioner spectrum include the aragon oil-infused R+Co Analog Cleansing Foam Conditioner(, randco.com) and Wen Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner(, ), which can also be used as a leave-in. If, however, you’re looking for a more affordable option, we’ve rounded up five drugstore cleansing conditioners. They’ll be good to your hair, and to your pocket.
Herbal Essences Naked Moisturizing Cleansing Conditioner(, walgreens.com)
“Naked” in the sense that it has no sulfates, parabens or dyes, this low-lather cleanser cleans and moisturizes hair while giving the scalp an invigorating, peppermint-spiked boost.
Video: Herbal Essences NAKED Cleansing Conditioner | Review & Demo
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