Clear Head® Mint Conditioning Rinse For lightweight volume and shine

For lightweight volume and shine

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    Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Weightless conditioner This conditioner is the strangest, but best, conditioner I have ever used. Yes, it does lather, but it is a RINSE, not a conditioner in the true sense. My hair still squeaks after using this and it doesn't detangle as well as a creamy conditioner, but if you want full, thicker hair and an exceptional hair day, day after day, I recommend using this along with Clear Head Shampoo. I use my fingers to comb through my hair first, then blow dry as usual. My hair is very thick, chin length and I don't have any issues with tangles. I would like this in a bigger size, also, but I will continue to buy it along with the Shampoo, forever. August 13, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Cool Mint Conditioning Rinse I love this conditioner because it doesn't weigh down my naturally curly, thin, fine hair. My hair looks fabulous and smells minty fresh without any added perfumes, which is important to me because I have asthma. I've used the conditioner along with the clear head mint shampoo for about 5 years and I am very satisfied with both products! This is the only product I've found that doesn't irritate my eczema or asthma and I would never consider switching to anything else! January 11, 2011
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Volume and Shine I love this conditioner because it adds softness and shine to my hair without weighing it down. My locks seem to have more volume after using and they are never tangled. I love the minty scent that tingles and smells really refreshing. June 5, 2010
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Rich and love the smell It smells soooooooo good and I love it! its over a good conditioner but for people who have oil hair, be aware and only use in winter time. Your hair could get pretty oily in the noon time. November 5, 2009
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