Last updated on June 29th, 2020 at 05:45 pm
(Updated Aug 2016) Conditioner is one of the most important products in a woman’s arsenal of hair care products. As a matter of fact, conditioner may be the most important product as it is a multipurpose product that can accomplish the important task of cleansing, moisturizing and fortifying the hair.
If you’re anything like me, you have more than one brand of conditioner that you use. I don’t have many because I’m all about my staples. 🙂
Shea Moisture Zanzibar Marine Complex Age Defy and Color Protect Conditioner was a staple of mine for many months but I’ve since scaled back on the number of products i use. It’s a fairly new product line from Shea Moisture (as of this writing) so it doesn’t have the longevity of use that my other staple hair products have.
How I use Shea Moisture’s Zanzibar Marine Complex Conditioner:
- as a final rinse
- as a hair softener after a protein treatment
- as a leave in conditioner
- mixed with water for impromptu moisturizing
Here’s a video sharing my 411 on this conditioner:
This conditioner really surprised me because I didn’t expect it to have the slip that it does. While my fine hair is typically easily manipulated with any conditioner, I still like to use conditioners with a lot of slip.
The Zanzibar Marine Complex conditioner is not as slippery as other conditioners of mine but I absolutely love how it has the ability to soften my strands after a protein treatment, as well as create an easier finger detangling session. This is another surprising revelation since this conditioner contains protein (Black Pearl Protein).
Shea Moisture Zanzibar Marine Complex Conditioner Ingredients