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New Product Trial: BeeKind Conditioner

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I’m in the market for a new Conditioner for a couple of reasons.  One is that I like to change my shampoo and conditioner every once in a while.  Just like face wash, multiple experts have instructed me to find my three (or so) favorite brands and to rotate to keep your system in tip-top shape.  The second reason is that companies strangely always provide equal amounts or less of the conditioner than shampoo.  Am I the only one that consistently runs out of conditioner first?  Nonetheless, a “filler” conditioner needed to be found.

When this little guy happened upon my desk, it was perfect timing.  Running low on my current favorite conditioner, this product is made with honey and organic calendula to create soft and shiny hair.  Sounds like a dream come true, amIright?!

In trying this conditioner, I can’t say it was love, but I can say that I’m interested in trying it a few more times.  It definitely smells great and you can feel the great ingredients in the thickness of the product – you don’t need much to cover your locks.  But, what I like best about this is that I didn’t feel that I needed the full combo pack for this to work.  You know those brands where you need both a shampoo and conditioner, plus any other assortment of any other products from the brand to tell a difference?  This wasn’t one of them.  It’s a product that you can add into your current regimen and love it dearly the way it is.

So, while I’m not going to go out to buy every BeeKind product, this fit right in as a good “filler,” which is just what I need.

This post is not sponsored by BeeKind – this is my own, personal review of this product.


What are your favorite brands of shampoo and conditioner?  Do you have any new, favorite products that you recommend I check out?

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