There are a lot more nut free products for curly hair available now than ever. You and I know that curly hair requires special attention to moisture and detangling. Finding the right product to get the jobs done in one go is a task. Now, add to those needs the additional necessity of nut free ingredients. If you have nut allergies and need a little help, we give you eleven suggestions for nut free conditioners – the tip of the nut free products for curly hair iceberg! Check it out.
1 Alberto VO5 Moisture Milks Strawberries and Cream Moisture Milk Conditioner
We begin this list with a few unexpected nut free products for curly hair. We love a great smelling conditioner and VO5 has some fantastic options. Not only does this conditioner smell like dessert, it also has a fabulous price point. I mean, you can't really beat one dollar. It's a steal for a product that smells this delicious and works this well. It is also rich and creamy, to boot.
2 Alberto VO5 Tea Therapy Vanilla Mint Tea Clarifying Conditioner
This conditioner smells great! It contains peppermint oil - and we all know that peppermint stimulates hair growth. It is creamy and moisturizing. However, it does not have as much slip as we curlies like in our conditioner. As such, this product is best used as a co-wash cleansing conditioner.
Do not let the packaging fool you because this conditioner works well. At less than two dollars per bottle, you will want to stock up on this one. You will zoom through this conditioner in no time. The absence of nuts, coconut oil and silicone makes this conditioner another dreamy product for the curly girl stockpile.
4 Suave Naturals Sun Ripened Strawberry Conditioner
Suave certainly knows how to make fantastic products. Not only do they smell great and work well but they are also fantastically affordable. At less than two dollars per bottle, this is yet another good price point for a nut free product that works well for curly hair.
You will love this conditioner. It is lightweight, smells great and moisturizes well. On top of all that, the average price point is about three dollars - perfect. This sulfate and paraben free conditioner has good slip. The lightweight texture makes it great for wavy hair or for use as a conditioning cleanser for curlier hair.
6 Aussie Moist Conditioner
This Aussie conditioner is a staple product in many a curly-kinky-wavy-coily haired girl's product cache. It is absolutely lovely. It smells great, has fantastic slip and is totally affordable - around four dollars per bottle at some locations. Give it a try; your curls will thank you.
7 Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner with Peppermint and Eucalyptus
If you have ever used a hair care product with peppermint or eucalyptus then you know that it tingles! This conditioner has a good reputation within the natural/textured/curly-kinky-coily-wavy haired community for moisturizing strands and stimulating the scalp. Not only is it nut and sulfate free, it also has soy protein - great for strengthening curls.
8 Suave Professionals Rosemary and Mint Conditioner
The tag line on this conditioner is "invigorating clean," and boy does it live up to that declaration. The two highlighted ingredients work together to stimulate hair growth. Use this hydrating product first thing in the morning for an energizing wake up call. The conditioner is creamy with fantastic slip that is perfect for curly hair.
9 Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Conditioner
Ok, I have to admit that I love the bottle - just a little. Aside from the aesthetically pleasing container shape, the product works. The conditioner has good slip and it smells like a delicious tea. Like many other conditioners on our list, this one has peppermint and rosemary listed in the ingredients, along with aloe vera. Together with the other "certified organic" ingredients, this rich and refreshing conditioner is a desirable product for us curly haired folks.
Behold another rich and moisturizing conditioner that is beloved in the natural/textured/curly haired community. I was reluctant to try this conditioner because of previous TRESemme experiences that left my curls parched. I am very happy to report that I gave it a go and it worked wonderfully. This conditioner left my curls hydrated.
11 DEVACURL One Conditioner
This conditioner is on the higher end of the price spectrum but it is incredibly effective. Rich and hydrating, the DevaCurl One Conditioner smells like fruity ice cream. While this product does not have the essential oils I would expect from this line, it does the trick.
Who knew there were so many nut free conditioners for curly hair out there? Do you have nut allergies? What conditioners do you use on your curly hair?