Description: Nourish Conditioner is a color safe salve of aloe, horsetail extract, jojoba and safflower oil. Adds luster and shine to your hair.
Directions: You guessed it…Apply to wet hair after washing with Nourish Moisturizing Shampoo. Don’t forget to rinse! Dry, Style and be Coy.
Product Pairings: Use after Nourish or Reveal Shampoo. Begin styling with Canvas foundation spray and always finish style with Polish for added luster.
$20 at CoyHair
METSV says: Hold the phone here....is it possible that I have found a conditioner that not only rivals but possibly one-ups my most favorite go-to conditioner that I have been using for like a zillion years? I think I may have. I was introduced to Coy via the Nourish line - the Nourish products address dry, damaged, color-treated, any kind of hair that takes a beating! My issue with any kinds of nourishing or moisturizing hair products is that while they do counteract the effects of the above, they have usually tended to leave my hair kind of flat - over coated, over-conditioned to the point that I can't get any body out of my hair when I go to style. Ah, not so with Coy. First of all, it smells DELISH...like a coconutty-vanilla scent or something and I love it. But when I tell you, this conditions my hair but absolutely does not weigh it down, I am not kidding you. My hair is soft, shiny, conditioned, and still has lots of body. I can't even believe it. I reach for this daily now...and haven't touched my usual hydrating conditioner since I got it. That's a true testament to how much I'm liking his. I am so enthusiastic about it that I actually poured a little into a travel tube and gave a bit (not too much as I'm hoarding this) to my sister to try it... she has hair like me - but only a thicker version. I guaranteed her that she would love it. I am absolutely going to continue to purchase this and also try more products from this excellent range of hair care. Love.
Makeup Addict couldn't agree more, Maria. Coy Nourish Moisturizing Conditioner is one of the best conditioners I have used. My hair absolutely loves it and reacts accordingly. As Maria said - it does not weigh my hair down either. It leaves my hair healthy and shiney and silky. I thought the fragrance was pleasant but not overpowering and it washes out when I rinse. I do have to admit that Coy Nourish Moisturizing Conditioner has a very strong competitor and that is Coy Build Thickening Conditioner. Yes, it is still in the Coy family - but it does everything that Coy Nourish Moisturizing Conditioner does - but it actually does more. It gives me the look and feel of more body in my hair. I have to say that you cannot go wrong with either of these Coy Conditioners. If you already have the volume and body in your hair - try the Coy Nourish Moisturizing Conditioner. However, if you need a little 'umph' in your hair definitely go with Coy Build Thickening Conditioner. These are two top-of-the line conditioners - you will not be disappointed.