Review Of Eden BodyWorks Lavender Aloe Anti-Breakage Deep Conditioner

I love all kinds of hair products but I really love a good deep conditioner or hair mask. So it’s no surprise that when I read about the Eden BodyWorks Lavender Aloe Anti-Breakage Deep Conditioner and saw it was on sale I had to buy it.

I’ve been using it for about a month now and thought now would be a good time to share a review with you, and let you know what I think about the deep conditioner and how it’s been making my hair feel after using it.
the eden bodyworks lavender aloe anti-breakage deep conditioner jar sitting on a mirror with yellow flowers.
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This deep conditioner from Eden BodyWorks is from their Lavender Aloe line which is currently one of their newest product lines. The Lavender Aloe line is all about providing a soothing scent and treatment to help reduce stress and help strengthen the hair.

When it comes to talking about their products Eden BodyWorks is typically pretty succinct so there’s not much on the site about what the Lavender Aloe Anti-Breakage Deep Conditioner is supposed to do for your hair. What I did find is that it claims to 
  • Soften strands “to make hair more manageable”
  • Add shine and enhance “the hair’s natural sheen”
  • Promote “hair growth”

The key ingredients in this deep conditioner are 
  • Aloe Vera
  • Lavender Oil
  • Cetyl Alcohol which is non-drying and softens hair
  • Cetearyl Alcohol which is hydrating and moisturizing

The directions of the deep conditioner say to “Apply a generous amount to clean, wet hair. Leave in for 20 minutes minimum, then rinse.” And if you want greater absorption into your hair you can use a steam cap or hooded dryer to add some heat.

I’ve been following the directions pretty closely except for how long I’ve left the deep conditioner on. I typically leave my deep conditioners on for 20-40 minutes. My sweet spot is 20-30 minutes but sometimes I may go longer if I get distracted or caught up in a task or activity.

I also use heat or steam when deep conditioning For heat I use my Hot Head Microwavable Cap and for steam, I use my hair steamer.

When I first opened the jar I noticed that it has a very thick consistency and I was happy to see that because my hair prefers thick conditioners. Even though it’s thick it does a good job of absorbing into my hair, especially when I apply heat, leaving my hair feeling soft and hydrated afterward.

It has an interesting smell that isn’t terrible but it’s not as nice a smell as my other deep conditioners and hair masks. Thankfully the smell doesn’t linger on my hair though it does linger in my shower for at least a few hours afterward.

Some additional things I like about the Eden BodyWorks Lavender Aloe Anti-Breakage Deep Conditioner is it’s protein-free and even says that on the jar. Also, it’s affordable which isn’t surprising as most Eden BodyWorks products are pretty affordable.

While the Eden BodyWorks site says you can buy their products in select retail stores, the key word there is select. I’m finding fewer and fewer products from this brand sold in stores near me in North Carolina and even when I lived in Florida they were hard to find.

I think your best bet to purchase the Lavender Aloe Anti-Breakage Deep Conditioner is from the Eden BodyWorks Amazon store or their website. I bought it from the Amazon store.

Will you give the Eden BodyWorks Lavender Aloe Anti-Breakage Deep Conditioner a try?