5 Eco-Friendly, All-Natural Moisturizing Conditioners

by , 09/10/09   filed under: Eco-Friendly Beauty

Woman with lustrous hair

Photo by Aveda

These days, autumn seems shorter then ever, and this rapid change in climate can leave our hair feeling extra brittle. With the dry and dull tresses that accompany the season, many of us find ourselves trolling the aisles of our local drugstore looking for products that may have harsh chemicals that can exacerbate the problem rather than make it better. Don’t fret,there is hope yet for our hair! Here are our favorite naturally moisturizing conditioners that will restore your luster to your locks without harming the earth—or you!



With ingredients like coriander oil, eucalyptus oil, lavender oil, morikue protein, orange oil bitter, wheat conditioners, and babassu palm, Aveda’s Shampure Conditioner infuses your locks with a soothing blend of 25 pure plant-derived essences. Plus it protects your hair from the everyday stresses it has to withstand.

+ Shampure Conditioner $9.50

+ Aveda



Royal jelly has long been lauded for its naturally nourishing properties, and BeeCeuticals Organics Bee-Hair-Now Conditioner taps the nutritious superfood as part of its luster-restoring blend. It also contains organic holistic honey, bee pollen, organic calendula, wheat protein, and a medley of soothing herbs, along with fair-trade-certified organic green tea.

+ Bee-Hair-Now Conditioner $7.95 at Mother Nature

+ BeeCeuticals

John Masters Organics


Using extracts from natural lavender and creamy avocado oils, this aromatic treatment restores fried hair’s lost vitality. The lavender slows hair loss and treats scalp ailments like eczema and dermatitis, while the avocado oil moisturizes and conditions hair for extra shine.

+ Lavender and Avocado Intensive Conditioner $22

+ John Masters Organics

Dr. Bronners shampoo


Perk up your parched coif with this certified-organic hair crème, which is jam-packed with the moisturizing and restoring powesr of organic virgin coconut oil, jojoba oil, and hemp oil. Plus, it does double duty to style your hair after you get it nice and silky.

+ Lavender Conditioner and Style Crème $7.99

+ Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps


Photo by eschipul


Want to know exactly what goes into your conditioner? Make it yourself! Here’s a quick and easy recipe from Beautiful with Brains that will have your hair looking brand new and humectified in no time.

1/4 cup of liquid Castile soap
1/4 cup of aloe vera gel
1/4 teaspoon of vegetable oil
1 teaspoon of glycerin

Mix all the ingredients together. Apply to wet hair and wait a few minutes. Rinse off with cool water. Remember to shake the shampoo before every use. Also, store it at room temperature in an airtight container.

+ Homemade Conditioner

+ Beautiful With Brains

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One Response to “5 Eco-Friendly, All-Natural Moisturizing Conditioners”

  1. mel stevens (@Jackson6357) says:

    I highly recommend the pro naturals argan oil conditioner. There’s no other like it.

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