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What do you think about Cantu Shea Butter Moisturizing Rinse Out Conditioner
I bought this conditioner with high hopes to find another great combing/ leave in conditioner. As my usual, I looked up all the ingredients in the ingredients dictionary. All was going well and I was preparing to comb my hair with it that Sunday to try it out for a week. Then, the very last ingredient was Yellos 6. This is a coal tar ingredient that should not be left on the skin, so this product must be rinsed out. Which, I know, is exactly what the manufacturers say to do. But because of this one ingredient, it can't be used as a leave in. If you aren't too worried about coal tar ingredients, then this is fine as a rinse out. But do not use it on children, or anyone with sensitive skin. I could put it in the "Rinse Out" recommendations, but I'm still kind of peeved about this ingredient even being in there. Oh well. Maybe in time I'll add it to my rinsing conditioner list. It's fine other than Yellow 6.


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