Product Review: HairVeda Sitrinillah Deep Conditioner

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Price and Purchased From

$18 for 16 oz jar from Hairveda.com

Promises:

“Sitrinillah Deep Conditioner is a rich and creamy blend packed with coconut oil to help protect your hair.”

Directions

On went or dry hair, rub a palm size amount on roots to tip. Leave on for 2-15 minutes and rinse well. Keep in a cool place away from sunlight.

Ingredients

Water, Coconut oil, Castor Oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Steryl Alcohol, Stearakloniun Chloride, Dimethyl Stearamine, Orange oil, Orange Extract, Vanilla Extract, Lactic Acid, Germail Plus, Fragrance.

My Assessment

Let’s speak plainly: I’ve tried lots and lots of conditioners and this one is among my favorites. It was love at first scoop lol.

On application it’s quite thick. The first time I used this conditioner I was worried it wasn’t going to be all that great because it sort of just sits on my hair, but deep conditioning with heat — either with with heating cap, steamer, or overnight with just body heat — helps it sink into my hair (steaming helps the most with helping this conditioner penetrate into my hair). It doesn’t sink all the way into my hair but this conditioner has consistently moisturized my hair, leaving or soft and fluffy even days (the max I’ve tested is 7 days) after using it.

On application this conditioner doesn’t provide me with much slip but as I rinse it from my hair, it helps melt my hair and loosen tangles. I was also initially worried that the orange oil and orange extract would irritate my scalp during long deep conditioning sessions, but thankfully my worries were unwarranted.

This deep conditioner has a pleasant scent, that does linger but it’s light. It also rinses out well and doesn’t cling to my hair or scalp. And the packaging? You know me. Wide-mouth jars are like little rays of sunshine in a gray bottle-filled world. #drasticmuch

How does this conditioner compare to my long time boo-thang Vanilla Silk Cream Moisture Dream? Both conditioners are quality moisturizing deep conditioners, but this conditioner is thicker than VSCMD, but while it doesn’t sink in as well as VSCMD does it conditions my hair better and provides my hair with longer lasting moisture. Something my now nearly 7 months post hair greatly appreciates.

Is this conditioner here to stay? You bet.

Have you tried this deep conditioner? Like it? Love it? Hate it?

Disclosure of Material Connection: Items in this post were purchased with my own funds. I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

6 Comments


  1. I tried this conditioner in 2012 and had a very similar experience. However, the conditioner did not help smooth/loosen tangles. It did leave my hair soft, but I chose not to repurchase it due to it not helping much with detangling.

  2. i m seriously worry concerning my hair loss, once ever i comb my hairs i found ten to twenty hairs fell down.
    hair-care

  3. haha 'little rays of sunshine'! I know what you mean, I feel the same way about pumps!
    sounds like a great deep conditioner.

    Abbi of BelowtheWaist

  4. I haven't tried this conditioner yet but it's on my "must-try" list.
    I was looking for another strictly moisturizing DC and this one may be the one. Right now I have SD VSCMD and DB PSMC as my "moisturizing with a smidgen of protein DC" and HH PGPC as my "strictly moisturizing DC". I like having options for each category and hopefully whenever it's comes back in stock I can give it a try.

  5. LMBO at being sunshine rays! When I first saw the list of ingredients I said to myself "oooooooh!!!!" and sure enough you loved it! Great review

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