Editor's Rating & Review
While the strong smell might be nice for some (think patchouli) the inability to detangle makes this a terrible conditioner. High-maintenance how-to warning: You have to soak the bar in water, rub between palms, spread into hair and rinse out after a minute. Even after all that, hair was left a knotted mess. It contains cocoa butter, but the fresh avocado, fig and banana (natural conditioners) don't seem to add any moisture.
Lush Jungle Conditioner Reviews
I Looked Like "Jane" from "Tarzan!"After hearing amazing reviews of Lush products and being pleased with their "Big" shampoo, I was all-too-anxious to try this. The smell was refreshing. But application is like boot-camp training. I soaked the bar, as directed, and the conditioner lay on top of my hair and wouldn't penetrate. In short, I had oily, greasy, and yet still brillo-like tresses. Lush, you should be ashamed of yourself! — 2 months agoTheDivaRose | 488 reviews
smells goodA little goes a long way with this product. Does its job and smells good. — 10 months agospringsblue | 181 reviews
An eco-friendly optionThe environmentally savvy will appreciate the novelty that is Jungle: solid conditioner = no packaging. Also, it smells incredible. For my super short hair, all I have to do is get it wet and rub it on my hair when I'm in the shower. I let it absorb while I shave, and then rinse it out. It always leaves me hair soft and my conscience clear. — 3 years, 7 months agoteshie | 396 reviews
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