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Product Review – Hairtrition bodifying conditioner

It’s been a minute since I did a product review even though I have a ton to do some one.  Nonetheless, I’m here again and ready to give my take on some recent purchases I’ve made.  

I noticed about a couple of weeks ago that I hadn’t done a DC in quite awhile and began to panic.  I should have just done some home remedy but with school and work I’ve been super busy so I went the lazy route by going to Sally’s and asking someone what was good. (big mistake!)  I was told to try this Hairtrition bodyifying conditioner that boasts all these wonderful ingredients on the front instead of checking out the back.  

Hairtrition Bodifying Conditioner delivers vital nutrients your hair requires to be unbelievably manageable, silky, shiny and radiant.

  • Fortified with Creatine and Pomegranate Extract
  • Hair looks and feels noticeably thicker
  • Formulated for all hair types

Hairtrition Bodifying Conditioner is fortified with Pomegranate Extract and Creatine, which amplifies hair’s thickness and makes it over 40% more voluminous.* Hairtrition’s Bodifying line of products is formulated for fine, lifeless hair. After using this conditioner, hair looks and feels noticeably thicker.

*Bodifying Shampoo and Conditioner and Booster vs. untreated hair 

I followed the instructions to the letter and I gotta say that after I rinsed it out my hair felt like straw, stripped and rough.  My KC Knot Today leave-in, which normally can save my hair, didn’t have a chance of restoring my hair to it’s normal softness once applied!  I didn’t even like the smell which was sort of a melon scent but seemed to be masking something else.  

The first five ingredients in Hairtrition bodifying conditioner


Cetearyl Alcohol (synthetic fatty alcohol)
Dimethicone (silicone oil)
Methylpropanediol (organic glycol that functions as a solvent)
Cetyl Ethylhexanoate ( A synthetic ester of cetyl alcohol and 2-ethylhexanoic acid. Comes in the form of a pale yellow wax/liquid. 

*         Poor rating.  Will not be buying again ever!!
**       Mediocre.  Will not be buying again. 
***     Average.  May or may not buy again.
****   Above average.  Will probably buy again.
***** Excellent!  Will buy again and may become a staple product.

Hairtrition bodifying conditioner *
I hated this conditioner!  It wasn’t even worth a second try to do that to my hair.  With all that crap as the first 5 ingredients it just made me made they boasted on the front it has silk amino acids, raspberry extract, flaxseed oil, morigna protein, soybean extract and Vitamins B5, C, and E.  What a joke.  All of that is way down the list which says a lot.  It took two days for my hair to feel the way it should and I had to almost overdose on AU honeysuckle Rose the following day to help it.  I should have followed my own advice and read the ingredients first before listening to someone else.  I knew better.  I don’t put lots of crap in my hair so my hair was not used to that stuff.  If you are pretty anal about what you put in your hair (like me) then you won’t want to even try this stuff for free!

I say pass this one up if you can.  It’s pretty cheap but not worth the trouble.

Read those labels Naturals,


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  1. August 1, 2012 / 1:25 am

    Sorry to hear about your conditioner mishap. But at least now you know what you already knew you knew. But now you REALLY know. LOL!

    Repeat with me: never again!

    Thanks for this post.

    • August 1, 2012 / 3:30 pm

      LOL…You know me too well. I knew better!!

  2. March 25, 2013 / 8:44 pm

    I actually started using the hairtrition Macadamia Oil Damage recovery Shampoo / conditioner. I've read some reviews, it has its pro's & con's.
    I don't mind the smell, prior to me using hairtrion i was using the macadamia shampoo ( big coned shaped brown & green bottle ) but it was way to expensive so i have resorted to harition.
    Also it says it reduces 90% of breakage i need that, and the ladies at Sallys said it was one of their best products!
    hopefully it'll work.

    • April 8, 2013 / 6:01 am

      I hope it works out for you and thanks so much for sharing.