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Compare and Contrast: DevaCurl Decadence No-Poo, One Condition with Original Formula

09.17.2015

By Erin Gignac

Hello everyone! For this first segment of compare and contrast, we’re looking at the new DevaCurl Decadence No-Poo and One Condition compared to their regular counterparts. What sets the Decadence products apart?

Well, the Decadence products are specifically designed for those with very curly and super curly hair craving extra moisture, strength and nourishment.

The new products are like their regular counterparts in the fact that they’re free from sulfates, parabens and silicone. The No-Poo Decadence also still includes Grapeseed Oil and the One Condition still contains Olive Oil—they just have more moisture-boosting ingredients for extra thirsty hair.

What’s Different?

Both Decadence products contain Chufa Milk that’s rich in vitamins and minerals to nourish, moisturize and revitalize the hair. They also contain a Quinoa Protein to strengthen, protect, condition and add shine to the hair.

No-Poo Decadence
Delivers more moisture, strength and protection for your beautiful curls. It gently cleanses without stripping away the natural oils your curls need while soothing and moisturizing the scalp.

One Condition Decadence
The rich and creamy formula takes hydration to the next level by drenching your hair in deep moisture, strength and nourishment. You’re left with silky-soft curls that are easy to detangle and style.

This is good for our extra-curly girls who may have to use an extra helping of the regular One Condition from time to time. This formula is especially made for you so you don’t have to use a bunch of extra product!

What Does it Smell Like?

Sheer florals are enveloped by creamy, milky musks and milk accords to create a comforting scent that is just as luxurious as it is unique. Sounds—I mean—smells good to me! Pick up your order of Decadence No-Poo and One Condition on the Paramount website.

Erin Gignac covers stories for Paramount Beauty. Follow her on Twitter and view more of her work here

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