You know I am obsessed with the brand Alverde.
Almost every product I use is made by them. From their wonderful cleansing cream with clay to a foundation that is the closest thing I will get to my skin tone.
I really trust them, you know?
So even though my favorite conditioner is LanghaarMadchen, I decided to treat myself to something new and experiment a little bit.
In the past I used conditioners by Alverde almost all the time, but have stopped using them once I found one that gave me better results.
Anyway, I am glad I added this one to my current hair routine – I use both Langhaarmadchen and Alverde conditioners at the moment.
I love that this moisturizing hair conditioner without silicones and sulfates is also gluten-free, cruelty-free, and vegan.
Although I am not strict on the product being natural or organic, I do appreciate it when it is, and Alverde is the closest thing to healthy beauty products one can get on a budget.
I have thin hair and about twice a week I condition it. When I want to leave it in for longer than 10 minutes, I use Alverde, and when I just want to smooth my hair quickly I go to the other one.
Because this one is specifically made to moisturize, it contains bio coconut oil and jojoba oil – both certified organic. I rinse it after 10 minutes and it gives my hair a nice shine and smoothness.
Do you know how some conditioners make your hair heavy and gross? Not this one.
As I said, I use it once a week when I take the time to sit in the shower and wait for my hair to absorb it. I like that it smells like coconuts, but not in an artificial way.
I am serious when I say that I trust Alverde with everything they do. Not every product works for me, but I have never hated anything that I bought from them.
I recommend this hair conditioner if you have really thin hair – and this one is also for the dry type so it gives you extra moisture when you use it.