Taliah Waajid Herbal Enhancing Conditioner/Leave-In Review

I came across Taliah Waajid products when I first started wearing my natural hair. The product line has grown leaps and bounds over the years. It’s always a pleasant surprise to see something new from the brand on the shelves.

My natural, coily 4c hair is always looking for more moisture. With that being said, a good conditioner is always something on my list of things to purchase. I tried the Taliah Waajid Herbal Enhancing Conditioner/Leave-In to see if it could offer my hair the moisture it craves.

What Does the Product Claim?

Softens, conditions, moisturizes, and adds elasticity to hair strands. It makes hair more manageable by softening the curl pattern.

How Did I Use the Product?

This product can be used three different ways. You can use it as a deep conditioner, a detangling rinse-out conditioner, or a leave-in conditioner. I chose to use it as a detangling rinse-out conditioner. I applied it section by section to my hair underneath the shower water. The conditioner consistency has a lot of slip which aided in loosening knots. My wide tooth comb glided through my strands.

Results

The conditioner rinsed out of my hair easily. However, because I trust the ingredients list, any product residue was not an issue. My hair did feel moisturized after use. It worked well at detangling my hair. I would definitely recommend purchasing.

Have you tried this product? If so, did you use it to detangle or as a leave-in conditioner? Let me know below!

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