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Review of Phillip Adam Fragrance-Free Conditioner

Review of Phillip Adam Fragrance-Free Conditioner

30 reviews between Mar 27, 2020 and Jul 22, 2023.

Phillip Adam fragrance-free conditioner is praised for being gentle on sensitive scalps and providing soft, moisturized hair. Some users mention that the conditioner has a faint scent or is less effective over time. However, overall, many customers appreciate the product's ability to leave hair shiny and not dry while being free of irritating fragrances. The conditioner is also commended for its compatibility with colored hair and its effectiveness in reducing static and frizz.

Phillip Adam Fragrance Free Conditioner - Apple Cider Vinegar Formula - No Parabens - For All Hair
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30 reviews between Mar 27, 2020 and Jul 22, 2023.

Mar 27, 2020 - Jul 22, 2023

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  • Not scent free

    Though this product may not add fragrance it definitely has a strong perfumed scent to it. Thankfully it washes out when the hair is rinsed.

    • None
    • Scent Free
    May 29, 2022
  • Watered down?

    I love that it is actually scent free but it feels like it's watered down. Several pumps worth are needed to even notice it in my hair. Just wish the product was going a little farther.

    • None
    • Effectiveness
    Sep 19, 2021
  • The conditioner does have a scent to it ..

    The conditioner does have a scent to it. Its pleasant and light if you do not have allergies to
    scented products whether they are like essential oils or not
    If you can use essential oils then this is a nice conditioner
    and the products by them.

    I have to have totally fragrance free products ...

    • Positive
    • Allergies
    Sep 04, 2021
  • It’s ok

    At first I really enjoyed this conditioner, I have thick/long hair and it seemed to do the job. After about 3 months of using this with the shampoo they also have, my hair was very dried out. I think it’s the Apple cider vinegar in it, they put it in the shampoos and conditioners. The curls in my hair pretty much flattened out and there is no scent to it once it’s on your hair. I would say this product is good for a short period of time. I try to stay as chemical free as possible which is why I tried it, but I’ve found that using Dr.bronners tea tree Castile soap leaves my hair cleaner and my curls have come back to life.

    • Negative
    • Hair Health
    Jan 28, 2021
  • OK conditioner

    I liked this product, but not for the price. I thought maybe I had an allergy/sensitivity to fragrance so I wanted to give this product a try. But there’s no difference with my scalp. My scalp is still irritated and I’m still struggling with flakey itchy scalp. The conditioner did make my hair feel soft and moisturized. It also detangled my thick hair. My hair is also colored and it did not damage the color.

    • Negative
    • Allergies
    Dec 22, 2020

    If you are sensitive to perfume, this is not a good choice. Granted, it does have LESS fragrance than many products...

    I don’t understand the urge to put flowery perfumes in everything. Even “natural” scents are a problem for many people, and products like this should not be labeled fragrance free. Perhaps low level fragrance would be OK to say.

    This one got sealed in a bag pretty quickly so I could avoid respiratory problems. Sigh.

    • Negative
    • Allergies
    Nov 04, 2020
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