The only product that has made my hair fuller, shinier and softer | wit and pleasure

We’re going to start doing a series of product reviews here at Wit & Delight, where I’ll be offering more in-depth information on tried-and-true products I’ve been using for months (or years!) that have consistently changed my daily routine for the better. These will be non-sponsored posts that feature products handpicked by your server.

For the first time? A conditioning hair rinse from R+Co. I consider this a “desert island” product. I wouldn’t want to be without him anymore.

This is a $34 conditioning rinse that removes buildup from your hair. In my experience, it leaves hair very light and bouncy afterwards. Nourishes dry supports, helps prevent discoloration and fights frizz. I also found that it helps breakouts last longer, leads to shinier, softer hair, and promotes a healthier scalp.

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When and why did I start using it?

A couple of months ago I mentioned to my stylist that I had been using an apple cider vinegar rinse on my hair. She suggested R + Co Rinse as a similar product that she uses on her hair on a weekly basis, and she couldn’t say enough good things about it. She gave me a sample and used it on my hair when she had washed and cut it, and she had me hooked from the start. (For anyone in the Minneapolis area who is interested, I go to Cocoon Salon and my stylist is Marriah!)

My main hair concerns tend to be frizz (especially in the summer) and lack of consistency in texture (back dries wavy, one side dries flat, and one side dries a little curly). Giving myself a good blowout has always been a struggle for me as well. My at-home hairstyles used to often result in dull, sticky hair, but lately my post-styling hair has felt so much healthier and softer.

The change in the bounce, softness, and overall texture of my hair is noticeably different when I don’t use this conditioner for a week or so. And since I haven’t changed anything about my routine or hair products, I can say that it is this product that has made the biggest difference.

How do I use it on my hair?

I apply this product twice a week. I will put it on after washing and conditioning my hair. It comes with a small spray that helps distribute the product throughout the scalp. It’s more of a liquid than a gel, so I’ll run my fingers from the scalp to the roots to distribute the product. Then I’m going to squirt a little more on my roots. I keep it for about three minutes, so I’ll exfoliate and shave while the conditioner takes its toll.

When I get out of the shower, I apply whatever other product (often just R+Co’s Sun Catcher Leave-In Conditioner), blow-dry my bangs, blow dry my hair and use the Dyson round brush to finish the look. .

Does it have a smell?

Yeah! All the R+Co products I’ve tried have a distinctive scent that reminds me a bit of a fragrance you can buy at Le Labo. It is a bit floral and earthy, with subtle acid and citrus notes. It reminds me of walking through a garden on a warm day.

What about the ingredient list?

This product is vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free, paraben- and sulfate-free (SLS or SLES), and free of petroleum jelly and mineral oils. You can find the full ingredients listed here.

Should you buy it?

Consider trying this product if you have hard water at home, color your hair, and/or are looking for improved shine, an even texture, and more moisturized hair. I would consider not buying this if you are sensitive to odors or really happy with your current conditioning rinse. If it is not broke, do not fix it! but if you do Give it a try, let me know what you think!!

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