I have very little hair, and whatever hair I have, I keep extremely short. Nothing looks sadder than a balding man with long hair. Just terrible. Horrible. Now I’m trying to wipe that image from my mind, and failing. For that reason, I don’t use a lot of conditioner, it just seems like a waste. For the purpose of this product review, I’ve actually used it, and asked my wife, whose hair is much more substantial than mine, her opinion about the Kirkland Signature Moisture Conditioner, which we purchased at Costco.
Just like the Kirkland Signature Moisture Shampoo, also from Costco, the Moisture Conditioner is made with ‘pure organic extracts’, and boasts the following:
- 100 % Vegan
- Is Hypoallergenic
- Tested by dermatologists
- Not tested on animals
Of course, that’s just what the package says, and they’re in the business of selling conditioner. So what do the ingredients say? Let’s find out!
In all honesty, this is all Greek to me. Actually, it’s worse than Greek, since I can actually understand at least a few words of Greek.
Just like the Shampoo, this Kirkland Signature Conditioner is ‘Made in Canada’, which is nice, and in a nod to its origins, even contains a hint of maple sugar extract! It’s true, read the ingredients!
That being said, my wife is quite happy with the conditioner; when I asked her what she liked – or disliked – about it, she told me that she enjoyed the smell, and that it left her hair ‘silky smooth’ and easy to comb and brush. Moreover, the large pump on the top of the bottle is a nice touch, since you can use it without having to handle the bottle, which is enormous, Costco-style.
Speaking of which, we got a great price on this conditioner. We bought two bottles of 1 liter each of Kirkland Signature Moisture Conditioner for $13.99, or 69 cents per 100 ML. This is really a hard to beat price.
In conclusion, I would be happy to recommend the Kirkland Signature Moisture Conditioner; it is a perfect companion to the Made in Canada shampoo, performs exactly as it should and rinses easily. Click here if you would like to know more about the history of hair conditioner.
UPDATE – June 16th, 2015 – It seems that as Baxter noted, this product is now inactive. They tell me it will probably come back at some point, but it might be 6 weeks or 6 months or anything else in between. Thankfully, I still have tons!