Schwarzkopf Supersoft Conditioners Review

I love no-bullshit products. I love products that mean what they put on the label – Read the Ingredients List, Not the Product Claims. The Supersoft conditioners are the most perfect example of this that I’ve seen in the hair products.

These are all protein rich CG friendly conditioners and great for hair that loves protein. Check if your hair is sensitive to protein here – How Protein Helps Your Curls + Protein sensitivity

Schwarzkopf Supersoft Repair and Care Coconut Conditioner for Dry Hair – How this variety does Repair and Care for Dry Hair, is with its emollients and protein


Cetearyl Alcohol – Emollient
Behentrimonium Chloride – Smoothens cuticle
Hydrolyzed Keratin – Protein
Glycine – Amino Acid (Protein)
Panthenol – Humectant
Shea butter – Emollient
Coconut fruit extract – Emollient, may contain protein since the flesh is also there

Schwarzkopf Supersoft Ultimate Shine Superfruit Conditioner for Dull Hair – How this variety gives Shine to dull hair, is with its oil and extracts


Cetearyl Alcohol – Emollient
Behentrimonium Chloride – Smoothens cuticle
Panthenol – Humectant
Hydrolyzed Keratin – Protein
Apricot Oil
Litchi Extract
Cheese fruit extract

Schwarzkopf Supersoft Color Shine Red Berries Conditioner for Colored Hair – How this variety is suited for colored hair, is with its sunscreen component which protects the hair dye from fading under the sun and apricot oil for shine

Cetearyl Alcohol – Emollient
Behentrimonium Chloride – Smoothens cuticle
Hydrolyzed Keratin – Protein
Glycine – Amino Acid (Protein)
Panthenol – Humectant
Benzophenone-4 – Sunscreen
Apricot Oil

Schwarzkopf Supersoft Volume Boost Apple Conditioner for Fine Hair – How this variety gives volume to fine hair, is with its ample protein and lack of a surfactant like Behentrimonium Chloride present in the other 3 varieties


Behentrimonium Chloride works by forming a layer over the cuticle and making them lay flat. Though this is a desirable quality in conditioners, it is not so desirable by those with fine hair that can easily get built up and weighed down. This also makes it a perfect protein treatment for those who don’t want to do the DIY Gelatin treatment (Collagen is the protein in Gelatin).

Cetearyl Alcohol – Emollient
Hydrolyzed Keratin – Protein
Glycine – Amino Acid (Protein)
Panthenol – Humectant
Hydrolyzed Collagen – Protein
White water lily root Extract
Isopropyl Myristate – Emollient

Performance

  • All 4 have great slip and help in detangling
  • They are thick creamy conditioners
  • The 1st 2 varieties are more moisturising, while the last 2 are better for hair that gets weighed down easily

AAAAAAHHHHHHH!! This is the perfect example of how brands should label their products – according to their ingredients!! Not add 1 drop of argan oil at the end of the list and label it as an Argan Oil Conditioner – NOPE, Just No. I love you Schwarzkopf for this transparent amazing line!

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