10 Best Cheapie Conditioners For Natural Hair

10 Best ‘Less Than $5’ Conditioners for Natural Hair

Cheapie Conditioners are perfect for detangling, rehydrating, and co-washing the driest of hair. I’ve put together a list of Ten $5 or Less Conditioners that work wonders for any hair type.

10 Cheapie '$5 or Less' Conditioners For Natural Hair

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19 thoughts on “10 Best Cheapie Conditioners For Natural Hair

  1. Longpig

    I’ve tried most and I was super frustrated that lists like this always showed these products that just didn’t work for me. No slip, no nothing!! That was until 2 weeks ago I got my hands on that Sauve Professionals Almond & Shea Butter conditioner. Oh Lord Jesus! This.is.IT!!
    I have super expensive, all organic, locally made protein conditioner – but for my cheapo conditioner this will be it! Amazing smell, slip and detangling!

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  2. smc7712

    A good majority of these products have either silicone or parabens. I’ll stick with Tresseme Naturals or Garnier Pure Clean

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  3. LOLA-SKYY

    The Suave Almond & Shea was the first conditioner I tried when I decided to return to natural and while transitioning for four months. I luv it and still use it. AND here in Virginia Beach, VA it costs under $3.00! Cha-Ching!!!
    Last week I purchased the Tressame Naturals & Tressame split ends conditioners. Can’t wait to try it this weekend on my co-wash.
    After I use those up I’m going to try the Aussie Moist and the Trader Joe’s conditioners.
    (Trying to curb my product “junkiness”)

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  4. Tonya

    The suave conditioners on this list work so well in mine and my daughter’s hair. The tresemme’ is good also. And I cannot live without the Cantu leave in!!

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  5. Emerald

    Hi Tamara. Do you think one of these days you can do an article explaining some of these un-pronounceable ingredients in the conditioners??

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  6. Rochelle Serrell

    Garnier Fructis has a fortifying conditioner that is called Pure Clean. It has awesome slip and is great for moisturinzing after a henna treatment. Under $5 bucks too makes it even better for the 25.4 Fl. Oz. no silicone no parabans no dye.

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  7. Charlotte

    I haVe used everyone of those conditioners at one time or another. I still used the trader joes . Aussie moist, herbal essences and vo5 today

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  9. Nacyra Duncan

    Tamara, I use the Suave Naturals Morning Bliss 2-in-1 Shampoo | Conditioner, and girl!!!!! it has blown my mind. It is sooooooooo good that I NEVER have to detangle before washing my hair. It makes my so light and fluffy. It is actually my respite, so whenever I feel stressed, I instantly want to wash my hair because it is such a goooooood experience. That’s to tell you how good it is.

    All I do after I wash is apply Shea Moisture Extra-Moisture Detangler and I’m done. There is NO breakage or shedding to talk about, not even more than 1 oz of hair, and this is with NO detangling prior to washing, and my hair is 4c, so you know the texture after a week of styling – lol.

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