I’m quite satisfied with the haircare products I’ve been using, but I decided to take a chance and try out a new hair conditioner from Maple Holistics, a natural haircare brand. Silk 18 Conditioner contains “18 different silk amino acids to improve moisture retention”.
I’ve used the hair conditioner a few times since I received it, and I like it. In fact, I used it when I washed my hair before going to a family dinner on Sunday night. I was chatting with my cousin’s wife, and my aunt came over to join our conversation. While I was talking to my aunt’s daughter-in-law, she started patting my hair. I’ve known my aunt since I was born, I was her first niece, and to the best of my memory, she has never done that before. I wish I could remember exactly what I said to her, but it was something like, “Aunt Sheila, what are you doing?”. She answered that my hair looked so shiny and it felt so silky. Since the only thing different in my haircare routine was the conditioner, well, I guess the Maple Holistics Silk 18 Conditioner worked!
Silk 18 Conditioner is lighter weight than the conditioner I use most often, and I was a bit concerned that it might not be hydrating enough, but it definitely made my hair silky smooth and not dry at all. In addition, my hair didn’t feel greasy at all and didn’t need to be shampooed again for 3 days. Impressive.
The scent of the conditioner is a soft, natural vanilla. I really love it!
The key ingredients are:
- silk amino acids
- shea butter
- aloe vera
- green tea
- sea buckthorn
- botanical keratin (natural fibrous proteins)
- natural vanilla.
Silk 18 Conditioner comes in two sizes: 8 and 16 oz. in an amber, BPA-free plastic bottle. It’s priced at about $12.97 and $23.35. It’s hypoallergenic, safe for color-treated hair and cruelty-free. It’s made in the U.S. Silk 18 Conditioner is sold on the Maple Holistics website along with other haircare products from the brand as well as on Amazon. And I recommend it!