I only have real hair, no extensions. I think extensions are for rich people, so it makes sense then that this conditioner made especially for extensions is very expensive. I do have dyed, longer than average hair that I coddle to keep healthy. I'm always on the lookout for a product that preserves the health of my hair, so I was happy to have the opportunity to try this. Fragrance-wise, it's not my favorite. I don't care for coconut, but I know a lot of people would probably love it. When I rinsed out the conditioner, it felt a little dry. It lacked a certain “slickeriness” that I like my hair to have after conditioning. Like a protective coat. I was worried it would feel even worse as it dried. But, it didn't. It felt pretty decent and light. I feel like this is good daily conditioner that wouldn’t weigh down my hair. I appreciate the organic ingredients, and the absence of sulfates and parabens. BUT, I can get that from a lot of hair products for a fraction of the price.
So, from the point of view of a non-extension wearer, this conditioner, and probably the whole product line, is not worth the price. I have no intention of purchasing this product once I finish the bottle.