A light-hold, medium-shine cream for adding moisture and controlling frizz on long or coarse hair types. Deeply conditions the hair and scalp throughout the day while providing loose control and a medium non-greasy shine. Acts as a heat protectant and pre-styler before blowdrying.
Scent: Mandarin & Vanilla
Size: 4 oz / 114g
Aloe Vera: Provides the base of this product and is rich in vitamins and minerals that promote strong and healthy skin.
Shea Butter: This rich butter delivers long-lasting nourishment to the hair and skin while maintaining a neutral finish.
Castor Oil: A rich and deeply nourishing oil that strengthens hair follicles and fights skin inflammation.
Directions: Scoop out product and lightly spread onto hands. Apply to dry hair for increased volume and grip, or to wet hair for more loose and natural styles. Blow-dry for increased volume.
Tips & Tricks: Apply Conditioning Cream to damp hair to lock in moisture, enhance texture, and control frizz. Conditioning Cream can also be used as a heat protectant or pre-styler before blow drying.
What is the difference between your Conditioning Cream and Styling Treatment?
A: While both O’Douds Styling Treatment and O’Douds Condition Cream have several nourishing and conditioning benefits, they both serve a very different purpose. O’Douds Styling Treatment offers a medium hold and a neutral sheen to easily style and form hair while O’Douds Conditioning Cream functions only to reduce frizz, control texture, and tame unwanted volume as a leave-in conditioner.
What is the difference between your Conditioning Cream and Conditioner?
A: While O’Douds Conditioning Cream and the O’Douds Conditioner both nourish and condition the hair and scalp, they both serve a distinct purpose. O’Douds Conditioning Cream is designed to be a leave-in conditioning styling product to provide long lasting frizz and volume control throughout the day. The O’Douds Conditioner is designed to be an in-shower rinse-out product to be used alongside the O’Douds Shampoo to replenish the essential bonds that smooth the cuticle layer of the hair.