Friday, August 9, 2013

Macadamia Natural Oil Deep Repair Masque Review

I recently picked up my second jar of the Macadamia Natural Oil Deep Repair Masque, and I wanted to give you a review on this product.

Every time I went into my local CVS I always walked by the hair aisle and thought about buying the Macadamia Oil deep repair hair mask. But it is about $36 so I always just skipped it. But after months of wanting to try it I finally decided to give it a chance and buy it, this was about 3-4 months ago.
I started using it about once a week, and it has been amazing!
I do my regular shampoo routine first, then instead of my usual conditioner I use the mask. I apply quite a bit since I have a lot of hair. Then I just tie my hair up and take a shower and shave my legs and all that showering type stuff, as usual. I try to keep it in my hair as long as possible. The last thing I do is rinse it out. Then either I let my hair air-dry or I blow dry it (whatever I have time for.)
I love this product! It has been a life saver for my hair. At the beginning of this year I bleached the ends of my hair for the ombre look. So when I decided to dye it back to black, my hair was pretty damaged. I want to grow my hair out a bit more so I didn't want to cut the ends yet. But I started using the macadamia oil hair mask, and this saved my hair.
My hair isn't back to its previous glory but its almost there. I still have some split ends but it has improved in the last 3 months. Also my hair isn't as dry and brittle. It has some life back.
It makes my hair very smooth and silky. And it smells amazing!! The scent lingers in my hair for a few days after I use it but I really like it. My hair has grown around 2-3 inches in the last 3 months, and I'm convinced it's because of the deep conditioner.
I absolutely recommend this to people with damaged hair, or heat treated hair. It makes your hair healthy and shiny and smooth.
I really enjoy this hair mask, and I will continue to us it for a long time.
If you don't want to spend the $36 to try it, there are little travel size packets of the mask that you can buy (I found them at CVS.) That is what I started using first, and the one packet lasted me three washes. I think that it is less then $10. So that's something you can try out first to see if you like it or not.


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    1. I know what you mean, the big jar is sooo expensive, but in the end it's worth it! Thanks for reading my blog! :))

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