R+Co Atlantis Moisturizing Conditioner, 241 milliliters
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Deep conditioning. For maximum moisture, apply ATLANTIS to the areas where your hair is the driest.Benefits
Good for thick, coarse, curly or moisture-deprived hair. Vegan + cruelty-free conditioner.Suggested Use
Apply conditioner from the mid-length of hair to ends. Leave on very dry hair for 10 mins for deeper conditioning.More about this item
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ATLANTIS Moisturizing Conditioner
To add more moisture, after shampooing, apply Atlantis Moisturizing Conditioner to the areas where your hair is the driest.
Good for: Thick, coarse or moisture-deprived hair.
- Witch Hazel: Sourced from Japan, witch hazel balances out hydration levels and prevents frizz.
- Rosemary: Harvested in Portugal, this ingredient maintains scalp health and removes product build up.
- Nettle: Found in Malaysia, Nettle conditions and protects against color fading.
- Petrolatum and Mineral Oil Free
- Gluten Free
- *All claims verified by 220 Laboratories on 9/10/18
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Complete the Look
Atlantis Moisturizing Shampoo
If your hair needs moisture, use Atlantis to bring its life back.
One Prep Spray
We think of One as a primer or a base coat: It protects your hair from everything else you’re going to do to it.
Tinsel Smoothing Oil
A light oil that leaves hair impossibly shiny and frizz-free.
High Dive Moisture + Shine Creme
Plunge into deep hydration and reflective shine with High dive. Formulated to smooth and seal the hair, it moisturizes, softens and drowns out frizz.
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|Good for - Benefits:||Improves the keratin infrastructure of hair. Increases hair strength and vitality.||Makes blondes extra bright and grey fantastically silver.||Preserve and prolong your shade for up to 10 washes.||Smoothes the look and feel of your hair. Protects hair and scalp from free radicals and UV rays with anti-oxidant complex. Packed with minerals that revitalize dry + damaged hair.||All-in one: body, shine, strength, softness, smoothness.||Brings moisture back into your hair.|
|Good for - Hair Type:||Anyone with thin, fine hair looking for thickening benefits.||Blonde or grey and color-treated hair.||Anyone with color-treated hair.||Thick, curly, frizzy-prone hair.||Anyone looking for camera-ready hair.||Thick, coarse or moisture-deprived hair.|
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This conditioner is my favorite one I've ever used. A little bit goes a LONG way. My hair is thick and wavy and goes to the small of my back. I only apply shampoo to my scalp and only apply conditioner to the bottom few inches of hair, so with my other conditioners in rotation (including much-loved drugstore brands), I'd estimate I use about 3-4 tablespoons of conditioner with each wash. With this brand, it's so thick and luxurious I only need about 1-2 tablespoons to get the same detangling and smoothing effect. It leaves my hair so soft and healthy, and my waves are still light enough to have a nice amount of curl and bounce to them when i let my hair air-dry.
Since I use such a small amount at a time (and rotate brands), I have had the same bottle for a year. I'm on my 4th round/month of using it and still have more than half left, so the cost is so worth it to me since I go through my cheaper brands much faster. I use this with the R+Co clarifying shampoo, which I also like but I do go through their shampoo faster than their conditioner
In accordance with best practices for curly hair, I recommend washing your hair no more frequently than every two or three days. If your hair isn't particularly dry, then condition just as often; no need to deep-condition. If your hair is particularly dry in winter, you can condition every day and deep-condition once a week, but only shampoo once or twice a week. A little goes a long way with this wonderfully effective duo!
I've tried other products before and after using R+co Atlantis moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, and I keep coming back to these products. Used as needed for your hair-type, these little bottles are worth every penny.
My hair is soft, still bouncy and moisturized! Definitely recommend.
I absolutely love this conditioner.
Yes, it does leave your hair a little flat. BUT, I think that depends on how much conditioner you use, and also how your hair is. I dyed my hair to a balayage and my hair was just a ball of tangles. Being a brunette prior, my hair was pretty soft and luscious (not in a narcissistic way), but let's just say i NEVER had to brush it and it would be okay. But after the dye, I have to blow dry it and comb it out to have it be presentable. Even then, i wouldn't have straight-ish hair as i did before, and it looked very dead and poofy.
But with this conditioner, it does wonders! I wash my hair every 2 days, and it looks so healthy and silky. I would definitely recommend to anyone! Just keep in mind, that it will make your hair a bit flat, but i would take that over poofy-dead hair any day!
If you want to reduce "flatness" put on about 60% LESS than what you would usually put with other conditioners. I use to squeeze out so much conditioner, but with this one, I literally only squeeze out the amount of a quarter. It still works, but you'll see it less flat. Hope that helps! :)