Truly a multi-purpose product, Tate’s
Conditioner is idea for hair care, skin care, as a bath gel,
shaving lotion, body lotion and much more! In fact, there are 18
uses listed on the bottle, and an attached pamphlet give you
instructions on how to make the most of this incredible product.
You’ve simply got to view the ingredients to know that this is THE
most natural body care item available, making it gentle on the skin
while retaining the nourishing qualities that you need. Large 18
oz. bottle for $21.99.
Ingredients: Mountain spring water, apples,
strawberries, rose, oranges, clove, ginger, pineapple, cranberries,
blueberries, geranium, raspberries, blackberries, celery,
boysenberries, orchid, coconut, papaya, marigold, hazelnut, pine
needles, oak bark, chamomile, nutmeg, calendula, jasmine, lemons,
parsley, thyme, eucalyptus, cherry bark, passion flower, cinnamon,
cetyl alcohol (from coconut), cetylpyridinum chloride (salt, to
Okay product, xpensicve
From Jan of Madison, Wisconsin on 7/24/2011.
Be sure to read the full description of the product, or you will be surprised when what you order for $8 doesn't matxh the picture. The photo is of the larger size ($20). The 5 oz size is smaller than a tube of toothpaste and considered to be a trial size. So yeah, super expensive. The product itself, cost aside, is pretty nice.it is very lightweight and has almost no scent at all. It is enough conditioning (a slippery but not viscous texture) to help you get a comb through your hair in the shower, but doesn't appear to provide much lasting conditioning. I wouldn't suggest this for people with dry frizzy hair, but it is probably perfect for those with fine hair or oily skin types, those who only need very light conditioning.
From Angelique of Antelope, California on 7/12/2011.
Pls see my review under the Tate's Miracle Shampoo too which is more detailed. I use the conditioner with the shampoo and my hair is noticeably prettier and healthier-looking (and softer) than any other natural shampoo/conditioners I've tried. The conditioner has no scent at all which was a surprise since the shampoo has such as nice scent, but scent or not, those 2 together really work amazingly well.
Very nice and Cetaphil-like
From Callan of Seattle, Washington on 3/1/2010.
I like to use Tate's Miracle Conditioner like Cetaphil to wash my face and remove makeup. It's also good to scrunch into dry curls for some definition. It's about 40 cents more per ounce than Cetaphil which adds up but I think it's worth it. It's also got a nice salty sea fragrance.
From Anonymous of Chelsea, Massachusetts on 2/14/2010.
I like that the ingredients are all natural. I've used it as a make-up remover and face moisturizer, and it works great for both. As a hand lotion, it's okay, but in the winter my hands get really really dry and this doesn't quite do the trick. I think it would probably be better in the summer when i don't need such a heavy cream! Haven't used it as a hair conditioner yet, but i think i will try it after reading all the good reviews.
From Anonymous of Milwaukee, Wisconsin on 12/15/2009.
Love this product. Every ingredient is edible so there are no parabens or phenoxyethanol in here. If you have questions and email the Tates you will receive a timely reply and much love from them. After using this conditioner for less than a week I received no less than 4 separate compliments from different people about how much SHINE my hair has. I had a little static electricity, which the label states that it helps, so I emailed them and they said to massage a drop through your hair as a leave in and it completely took care of all static. I am very happy with it and it only takes a little bit every day so the $20 goes a long way.
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