The Natural Miracle Conditioner | Review

Hello everyone!
So for the last couple of weeks, I've been testing out a new conditioner. I didn't get it for Christmas or anything like that, but it was randomly placed in my office and I'm going to assume my grandmother found it. So basically, this is something I would have never found on my own and when I started reading the bottle, I got very interested in it. Because who doesn't like something that's one hundred percent natural?


Tate's the Natural Miracle Conditioner boasts quite a few things. Not only does it condition the hair and claim to minimize split ends and help repair damage, it's also a multi-purpose product. You can use this as hand and body lotion! You can use it as a body wash. This stuff pretty much does everything except remove your makeup. Though that hasn't been tested. So maybe it does!

When you open this up and start using it, you'll notice that it doesn't really have a smell to it. It's white and actually quite liquid-y. Unlike most conditioners that are kind of thick, this one will move around in your hand. I will admit that sometimes it didn't even feel like it was doing anything when I put it onto my head and massaged it in, but the end results are pretty worth it. My hair has been shiny and pliable after drying. I can't say that it has been doing anything to my split ends, because I have so many of them (whelp!), but it probably has been preventing me from getting more.


Like I mentioned above, I don't know where my grandmother got this or if it's even sold anywhere around me, but I did happen to find it on Amazon. I think it's fairly priced for what it says it's supposed to do. And I believe it will work better with the shampoo. I suggest you give it a try!

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