Is Cleansing Conditioner Giving Shampoo A Run For Its Money?

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Two-in-one hair products are something of a double-edged sword: Spending less time primping in the morning is great, but skimping on proper hair care on the other hand? Not so much. Enter cleansing conditioners. Co-washes—as they’re commonly referred to—wield all the cleansing power of traditional shampoo sans the drying detergents. But don’t expect them to work into a lather: The lack of sulfates means the formulas are suds-free. As a result, your hair is clean but not stripped of the natural oils it needs to stay healthy and glossy. Most notably, the gentle, ultra-moisturizing cleanser is a godsend for curly locks or chemically treated hair. So go ahead and try these options out, we have a feeling you’ll be giving your trusty shampoo the boot.

A Two-In-One Product That Works Overtime

Naked Cleansing Conditioner

$7

Herbal Essences

Herbal Essences Naked Cleansing Conditioner

Creme De La Curl Cleansing Cream

$11

Miss Jessie's

Miss Jessie's Creme De La Curl Cleansing Cream

All Natural Coconut Shea Co-Wash

$9

EDEN

Eden BodyWorks Coconut Shea CoWash

Cleansing Creme

$40

Purely Perfect

Purely Perfect Cleansing Creme

Avocado + Quinoa Co-Wash

$20

Briogeo

Briogeo Be Gentle, Be Kind Avocado & Quinoa Co–Wash

No-Poo

$20

DevaCurl

DevaCare No-Poo

Curl Co-Wash

$30

Quidad

Quidad Curl Co-Wash