Editor's Rating & Review
This claims to "smooth and soften hair up to 60 percent." We're not quite sure how to measure those results at home, but we can say when used with Smooth Infusion Shampoo it softens hair and makes creating straight styles less of a nuisance. The creamy lotion-like texture adds just enough weight to medium-thick, wavy hair to help fight frizz. And it doesn't leave product residue on your scalp like some heavier smoothing conditioners can.
Aveda Smooth Infusion Conditioner Reviews
Not worth itOh, Aveda. This was another overpriced product that did not perform as promised. The scent was okay, but consistency wasn't nearly as rich as I prefer conditioners to be, and it left a filmy residue on hair. I did not perceive that it smoothed my hair any better than any other conditioner. This is a waste of money. — 2 years, 1 month agoLittleBunny | 526 reviews
great!I love this! really smoothed and softened my hair with good shine! — 3 years, 5 months agobrassa | 447 reviews
WorksI definitely notice a difference when I straighten my hair after using this conditioner versus other conditioners (I don't use the matching shampoo). My hair is softer, less frizzy, and keeps its straight style all day (albeit I use quite a few other products in my hair post-conditioning). It doesn't weigh my hair down. What I don't like is the smell, which is lemony in a medicinal kind of way, such as lemon cough syrup. I also don't like that I have to use a ton of product for thorough conditioning, and this stuff ain't cheap. I have fine, medium-length hair, so this would be even less cost-effective for someone with thick or long hair. — 4 years, 7 months agoteshie | 396 reviews
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