A gentle, yet effective daily conditioner that softens and helps restore moisture, manageability and resilience to colored and over-processed hair. Strands are left soft, shiny and smooth to the touch with a refreshing lavender and chamomile scent.
This highly nourishing conditioner is formulated with a derivative of 18-MEA, hair’s naturally protective lipid layer. Hair that is protected by a lipid layer is less prone to absorb water, decreasing damage to cuticles. Over-coloring and over-styling can diminish hair’s natural levels of 18-MEA, which do not reproduce once depleted from damaged strands. By infusing hair shafts with an 18-MEA derivative, the appearance of shine and resilience can be restored.
Rated 1 out of
Awful. NOT the old version of Light & SmoothBought this (two bottles!) with the companion shampoo thinking it was the old version of Light & Smooth. HUGE disappointment with both. While the shampoo doesn't feel as though it cleans my hair/scalp, the conditioner leaves my hair tangly and dry-looking. It also is very, very heavily perfumed. The old version was light/clean smelling and left my hair feeling silky. This is awful.
Date published: 2022-06-07
Rated 5 out of
Anne Novak from
Family favoriteThis shampoo and conditioner combo is a favorite in my family! Leaves the hair smooth and healthy! So manageable!
Date published: 2022-01-31
Rated 1 out of
Constance Cade from
Horrible smell ...Couldn't get beyond the disturbing smell. Tried two of the trial packets. Smell is very similar to a grease my father used on his plow heads when he farmed. Just awful. I put two other conditioners on to try to get rid of the smell...didn't work. Also put on two leave-in products....still there. So sprayed my hair with my perfume...still there. I can't wait until I wash my hair again, hoping that will get rid of it. Not sure how you messed this one up, but combining some ingredients can cause a chemical reaction.... thus the horrible smell. Don't want to walk around smelling like a metal grease lubricant. Yuck x one million. (With that said, I'm a longtime fan of DHC and use the Pore line every day. Been using for almost two decades. My son too.)