Curatio Triflow Conditioner Review

Hola! So I’ve no idea why I never reviewed this product before! I’ve been using this conditioner since the last 1-2 years, but of course I did try an other product in between because #CommitmentIssues 😛 But now that I’m back to this one, I realized I needed to talk about this! So today, I’m going to review Triflow, a conditioner by Curatio. Let us begin:


Price: Rs.375 for 150gm

I was dealing with really frizzy hair when a doctor recommended this product to me. It is a medicated conditioner and is meant for coloured as well as treated hair.

The conditioner comes with an outer packaging which I threw away *headbang* The carton comes with the same information as on the tube. The packaging is very convenient to use and travel friendly as well. The conditioner has a mild fragrance, which I love. After you wash off the product, the smell lingers on for a day or so.


The product is quite thick in consistency unlike other conditioners available in the market. It coats my hair perfectly and isn’t dripping everywhere! After shampooing I keep this on for 4-5 minutes and it leaves my hair feeling soft and silky. It also controls my frizz to a great extent! It never weighs down my hair, which is one of the reasons why I love it. It is perfect for dry and frizzy hair, as it’ll leave your hair hydrated!

They claim that it’ll help in detangling your hair and I do agree with that, but it does that only to an extent. I’m having terrible knots these days, which this conditioner isn’t getting rid off completely. If you do not have severe but mild hair fall, then this product will definitely help you! One tube will easily last you for 1-2 months. It is easily available across chemists and online too.


Let us now sum up the pros and cons:


  1. Great consistency
  2. Controls frizz
  3. Leaves your hair feeling soft and silky
  4. Medicated shampoo
  5. Affordable
  6. Mild fragrance
  7. Easily available
  8. Good packaging


  1. Does not get rid of all the knots
  2. Contains silicones


There are a lot of expensive hair products available in the markets that do nothing to your hair, but this one really works. Definitely go for it if you’ve dry damaged hair!

Have you tried Triflow? If not, do you plan to try it out? Which is your favourite conditioner? Let me know all about it in the comments section below! Also, let me know if you want to know my hair care routine!

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14 thoughts on “Curatio Triflow Conditioner Review

  1. I never heard of this brand before but I too suffer from super frizzy and dry hair. Where can I find this conditioner? Do I need to use it along the same range shampoo too? Is it a dermatologist who suggested you this product? Sorry for all the questions but I would like to know more about this product before giving it a try. And I am on a lookout for a conditioner tbh.

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    • Hey Ankita! No need to apologise for your questions, I’m here to answer them! 🙂

      Triflow is easily available across chemists and on Amazon as well. You don’t need to use it along with the same range shampoo, you can try out any hydrating shampoo! If you’ve colour treated and damaged hair, go for a mild shampoo (Curatio has one from the same range). If you want, I can do a detailed hair care routine as I’ve experimented a lot with my products! I’ve been recommended a lot of products from Curatio, including this one by my dermatologist.

      Hope this solves all your queries! Let me know if you need any further help. Do follow Roti Kapda Aur Blog for more! Take care 🙂

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  2. Nice post!!! I have shunned thick conditioners. They just make my limp hair more limp 🙈.. I’ve been using Enliven for almost 2 years now. That’s the only conditioner which suits me, I guess.

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