I’m a big fan of German brand Eco Cosmetics. One of the first products I tried of theirs was Eco Cosmetics Conditioner, which I bought alongside their moisturising shampoo.

What’s great about this brand is that it has so much to offer at a great price. All Eco Cosmetics products are certified organic and vegan, and the brand is totally cruelty free. All their products are made with well water, which makes them more sustainable.

My first impression of the Eco Cosmetics range is that the packaging is a little clinical for a green brand. The bottles in the range look very similar.

This brand really doesn’t shout about its credentials and benefits – and it should! It’s a good brand, with effective and value for money natural products.

So let’s look at Eco Cosmetics Conditioner.

Eco Cosmetics Conditioner

The standout advantage of this conditioner is the natural ingredients it contains. One such ingredient is green tea, which has exciting benefits for hair. We’ll look at the ingredients in a moment.

How is the conditioner to use? The conditioner comes in a squeezable plastic bottle. The bottle is smaller than the shampoo bottle, which does help when selecting the bottle in the shower.

Eco Cosmetics Conditioner is white, thick, and creamy. It has a fresh green tea fragrance, the same as the shampoo.

Applying the conditioner, it smoothes on well and has the feeling of gliding over the hair and not penetrating. This doesn’t seem to be the case, though, as my hair is left feeling soft and easy to style. The conditioner leaves a delicate fragrance on the hair.

It’s not the deepest conditioner, but it is a great everyday conditioner. I’m happy with the results and my hair isn’t left greasy, although I never apply it to the roots.

Let’s have a look at the ingredients.

Eco Cosmetics Conditioner ingredients

Aqua, Camelia Sinensis Extract, Glyceryl Citrate/Lactate/Linoleate/Oleate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Coco-Glucoside, Simmondsia Chinensis Oil, Hydrolyzed Wheat Gluten and Hydrolized Wheat Protein, Alcohol, Tocopherol, Parfum, Limonene, Linalool, Citronellol, Citric Acid.

How do the ingredients help?

The ingredients list is comfortably short and contains ingredients beneficial to those experiencing hair loss. For me, that’s postpartum hair. Mums, you know the hit your hair can take once your baby is born, so any natural ingredients that can help your hair will make you feel good.

Eco Cosmetics Conditioner contains green tea and jojoba. I didn’t know that green tea could help hair when applied topically, but there is some evidence to suggest green tea may help with hair regrowth. Sounds interesting. My hair came out in clumps after Jonah and I’ve been willing it to grow back faster since!

Jojoba oil has unique benefits for hair and scalp, since it moisturises and protects hair while respecting the scalp’s natural oil production. Its molecular structure is very close to that of human sebum, setting it apart from other oils you might find in a conditioner.

Eco Cosmetics Conditioner

Buy Now – £5.60 at Ecco Verde

Final thoughts on Eco Cosmetics Conditioner

This is a good value everyday organic conditioner that may be helpful in treating hair loss, although no claims are made by the brand.

Do look at the Eco Cosmetics range on BigGreenSmile for more value for money natural skincare and hair products.

What’s your favourite natural conditioner? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to know.

Until next time!


Eco Cosmetics Conditioner offers many of the benefits of more expensive natural organic conditioners at about half of the cost - read my full review.


  1. I love the Eco brand. The price point is great considering they don’t use the same harsh chemicals many other companies use.

  2. Very nice review! I am currently suffering from hair loss because I am now living in a whole different continent :p So I am gonna try it out!!

  3. I was listening to a podcast the other day and the woman had environmental illness. It really made me think about how many chemicals we expose our bodies to each day.

    • It’s worrying isn’t it? That’s why I minimise my exposure by using natural skincare. There’s so much choice now!

  4. Having kids destroyed my hair. I never heard that green tea might help restore it. I’m willing to try anything. 😀

    • Definitely do! My hair has started to fall again 10 weeks after having my daughter, I’m considering a green tea rinse as well. Hope it works for you!

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