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Herbal Essences The Sleeker,The Butter Review

Happy Friday!! It has been so windy today!! Well this post is going to be on the new co-wash I have been using on my hair by Herbal Essences. I briefly mentioned this in my updated hair routine and said that I would review it as soon as I started using it. So let's get into my thoughts on this hair product.

I was previously using the As I Am Coconut co-wash and loved using it. I was starting to run low and wanted to try something new. Of course I'm always in Target and saw this conditioner. When I first started to wear my hair natural, I was using the Herbal Essences Hello Hydration conditioner because it was highly recommended. That stuff worked so well with my hair so I had to give this a try. The main ingredient is Cupuacu (koo-poo-ah-soo) which is supposed to help with dry and frizzy hair. Cupuacu is found in the Amazon and I have seen this pop up in a few other hair care products.

This conditioner smells amazing. It has a sweet scent but its not overpowering and too sweet. I was expecting this to be a yellow color but when I went to wash my hair, it was pink which was surprising!!

This conditioner is so silky and creamy. It was very easy to apply to my hair and had really great slippage. I was able to detangle my hair with no issues. After washing my hair, it felt so soft and silky. I really love using this to wash my hair. I want to try the Herbal Essences Hydralicous conditioner next.

So that is it for my review on Herbal Essences The Sleeker, The Butter conditioner. What are some of your favorite hair products? Have you tried this before? Comment below and let me know!! Hope everyone enjoys the weekend and see you guys Sunday!!

~**Drea Notes**~

Any recommendations on hand creams? My hands are getting so dry because of the weather.

Been thinking of changing my hair color to a dark brown or brown-redish color.

I recently set up a Tumblr account and still trying to figure it out lol!! I thought of using it to practice writing articles. If you're on Tumblr, follow me and I'll follow back. You can find me HERE!!


  1. I've never heard of this Herbal Essenes Product before. I'm glad you liked it!

    1. I think this is pretty new, that was my first time seeing in the store. Thanks for stopping by Tanya!!

  2. I use to use HE Hello Hydration as well, and I currently use AIA Co-Wash but this I have to try.

    1. Let me know your thoughts when you do. Thanks for stopping by Britney!!

  3. I have only used the Herbal Essence Totally Twisted curl detangler and I really love it. This sounds like a really good conditioner and I'm glad it worked so well for you.

    Keisha xo

    1. I'll have to try that out sometime Keisha. Thanks for reading!!

  4. Hey Drea! My parents both loved the hemp hand cream I got for them from The Body Shop last year at Christmas time. I tried it myself and foind it to be not too thick and long lasting. Order online and they keep sending you stuff to get your money, so beware!

    I love reading your blog, girl. Keep it coming!

    1. Thanks bestie!! I'll have to look into that one, I already have a list of things I want to try at The Body Shop lol!!


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