Silk Dreams Hair Care Vanilla Silk Cream Moisture Dream Conditioner Review

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Silk Dreams Hair Care Vanilla Silk Cream Moisture Dream Conditioner Review

Vanilla Silk Cream Moisture Dream Conditioner

Price & Purchased From

8oz for $10.00/ 16oz (two 8oz jars) for $15.00 from


“Get ready for moist, supple, manageable hair. This rich conditioning cream will help you get your moisture groove back. Silk protein protects and softens your hair while honey, apricot kernel oil, jojoba oil, and aloe wrap your tresses in silky moisture.”


Apply to wet hair from root to tip with an extra coating on the ends of hair. Leave on 15-30 minutes with a plastic cap. Rinse, apply leave-in conditioner, and style.


Water, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, Stearalkonium Chloride,Vanilla Butter (coconut oil, palm oil, vanilla planifolia), Honey, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) Oil, Aloe barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice, Prunus armeniaca (Apricot Kernel) Oil, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Honey, Dimethyl Stearamine, Hydrolyzed Milk Protein, Hydrolyzed Silk Protein, Panthenol, Lactic Acid, Germall Plus, Fragrance

My Assessment

By now, if you’ve read my other reviews you know I’m pretty picky when it comes to scents. Strong fragrances trigger migraines for me so I try to avoid products with overpowering, lingering scents, because who needs a migraine while doing their hair? I love the way this conditioner smells because it smells just like vanilla cake batter to me! The scent is soft, appealing, and doesn’t linger after rinsing it out.

I was able to get 4 uses out of one 8 oz jar (this might be a helpful reference if your hair is the around the same length or longer, thickness, density). Regarding its consistency, it’s very thick when it’s scooped out but soaks right into my hair on application. To be honest, when I first used it I wasn’t sure it was going to be all that effective because in my mind, it didn’t feel like I actually had conditioner in my hair. Turns out I was wrong. After using it for a month straight (I use it after I shampoo, applying it to damp hair and using my heating cap for an hour), it has consistently moisturized my hair, leaving it so soft and fluffy once dry (how the hair feels when dry is the true test). It makes my hair so smooth, and y’all know I love smooth hair! I’ve also found that I do not need to moisturize and seal as frequently during the week because my hair is so well moisturized from deep conditioning. Lastly, it rinses out well; it doesn’t cling to my hair at all.

Packaging generally isn’t one of the things we considered when purchasing a product, but I always appreciate companies that put their conditioners in jars AND fill them to brim! I like getting my money’s worth and jars make it easier to scoop out every last bit of product. When products come in bottles and tubes, I will not hesitant to tear them open with scissors to scoop out what little is left. Jars simply remove that destructive step haha.

The creator and owner of Silk Hair Dreams is a member of (Supergirl) and was actually one my first hair-inspirations when I first started my HHJ. She provides great customer service. One of the items I purchased during the last sale wasn’t in the box so I sent her an email about it. She answered the same day, apologized for the slip-up, shipped out the product the next day and gave me a free shipping code. I appreciate great customer service!

Overall, I like this conditioner and plan on keeping a jar (or 3 . . . #judgmentfreezone!) in my stash. I bought a jar of Silk Dreams’ new Avocado Pudding Silky Conditioning Cream during the last sale. Hopefully it’s a winner just like this one.

Have you tried the Vanilla Silk Cream Moisture Dream conditioner? Like 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.”

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