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Yarok Feed Your Volume Conditioner  

Feed Your Volume Conditioner

Condition your hair using many of the same sustainable, nourishing, plumping ingredients as Yarok Feed Your Volume Shampoo.

By Yarok

$14.00 $11.90 15% off

Country: United States

Yarok Feed Your Volume Conditioner


6 customer reviews

Condition your hair using many of the same sustainable, nourishing, plumping ingredients as Yarok Feed Your Volume Shampoo.

More about this product

Seal in moisture and promote volume and manageability with the addition of three superior moisturizers: Jojoba Seed Oil, Macadamia Nut Oil, and Aloe Vera.

The complementary aroma which is slightly less fruity and more earthy than the shampoo combines organic and all natural botanicals, including wild crafted essential oils or Sweet Orange, Rosemary and Vetiver.


Average rating: 3.3 out of 5 hearts
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By Veronica on August 23, 2011

Gives Volume but Smells Musky 2

I bought this along with the Feed Your Volume Shampoo. One star is for the fact that if you use the shampoo and the conditioner together your hair will have more volume. It worked for me and I have long, fine, color-treated hair. One star is for quality ingredients. I can't rate this conditioner any higher than that because of the following reasons: 1. The Vetiver essential oil scent comes through way too strongly. The overall essential oil blend is extremely smokey, musky, and masculine smelling. Not my favorite scent to condition my hair with. 2. The volume shampoo smells very strongly of grapefruit and citrus. The combination of citrus scent then musky, masculine scent just does not work. Very confused. 3. I tried the volume shampoo then a different conditioner and did not get half the amount of volume in my hair as when I used the volume shampoo with this volume conditioner. Vice versa for using a different shampoo with this conditioner. Thus I found that if you really want volume you need to use both Yarok Volume Shampoo + Conditioner together. That bothered me because the two scents are so mismatched. 4. I felt like the volume gained in my hair was at the expense of moisture - my hair felt brittle when I used this product. All being said, I don't think I would buy this again. If you don't mind a masculine scented product then I would suggest it but only with the shampoo as well to truly get volume.

By Carrie on June 12, 2012

Excellent Conditioner!!! 5

This is a great conditioner. I used this after the Yarok shampoo. Great at detangling my baby fine, long hair. I am in love with the smell of this, but then again I love earthy scents. If you don't like the smell of vetiver, this won't be right for you. It's not a heavy, masculine scent at all. It's a pleasant, earthy, musky, 'feels like you're in the forest after it rains' scent. Another reviewer noted it smelled like smoke in her hair. Let me tell you this doesn't smell like cigarette smoke at all, which I can't stand!!!!! Maybe a little like musky incense. The musky aroma did not linger in my hair (which I wouldn't have minded at all since I like it) afterwards because I used the Yarok shine serum, which smells like chamomile. Lovely!

By Geneva on July 19, 2013

Wonderful 5

I really like this conditioner. I always use it with the Shampoo and it does wonders to give me volume. I have very long hair and love that I don't have to use a lot of this product to get great results. Yes, the smell is definitely earthy but I can never smell it on my hair after I am done with my morning ritual. The main reason I switched to Yarok is because of my extremely sensitive scalp. My seemingly chronic skin/scalp condition that I have been struggling with for over 20 years was GONE within one use of the shampoo and conditioner!!!

By Katie on April 21, 2012

Smells like smoke! 1

The smell is just terrible. It smells like a smoky basement and it's bizarre, because the shampoo is this fun, citrusy scent...then you get to the conditioner and it's back to the basement. Plus, it leave my hair smelling smoky. My husband even asked where I was that my hair smelled like smoke.

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Directions for use

Apply a small amount to roots and ends. Massage, leave on one to two minutes. For deeper conditioning, apply heat for 10 minutes (wrap a hot towel around head, and/or spend 10 minutes in sauna, steam room, or hot bath.) Rinse well, for increased results, cleanse first with Yarok Feed Your Volume Shampoo.


Purified Water, Vegetable Emulsifying Wax, Organic Herbal Infusions of Coltsfoot, Chickweed, Nettles, Horsetail, Slippery Elm, Marshmallow Root, Comfrey Root, Calendula Blossoms, Chamomile Flowers & Oatstraw, Organic Jojoba Seed Oil (the oil most similar to our own natural sebum, making it superb for conditioning hair and scalp, possesses natural anti-oxidant properties), Macadamia Nut Oil (rich in fatty acid, Omega-7, helps repair dry, frizzy, damaged hair), Seaweed Extract, Organic Aloe Vera Gel, (healing properties, packed with vitamins and minerals) Calendula CO2, Organic and Wildcrafted Essential Oils of Sweet Orange, Rosemary & Vetiver, Vitamin C, Sage & Rosemary, Antioxidants, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Organic and Wildcrafted Essential Oils of Geranium, Tea Tree, Lavender, Ravensara Aromatica, Rosemary & Lemon, Sage & Rosemary Antioxidants, Grapefruit Seed Extract.

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