First I learned that this product does not have a recommended number of minutes to leave on hair. Second - it does not contain silicone.
Third: it does contain (are you ready?) . . . .
Sugar cane extract
As a non-chemist/non-scientist, I have no freaking idea why hair conditioner which already contains things like lemon peel, apple, avocado, black current and olive fruit oils, would also need sugar - it is a necessary chemical component to the final product. Or is someone is trying to improve the flavor??? Is someone out there eating this stuff?
Unless . . . . and this is possible: does sugar cane in my hair conditioner fatten my hair the way sugar fattens my ass? Perhaps the sugar cane in the conditioner will pump up the sparse strands of hair I am praying will stay on my head and stop falling off as easily as sprinkles on a dry cupcake. (food analogies show I am not working hard enough to be creative this morning).
I don't know if the sugar in the conditioner is fattening my hair but just in case it is, I am making sure that when I rinse, the runoff does not get on my thighs and butt.
*and no jokes about my fat head, please.