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Unless you're a newborn (in which case it would be odd that you're reading this), your hair has almost certainly been damaged. That's because everyday life is a minefield—heat styling, brushing, coloring, even sleeping all cause hair damage. Luckily, there's a solution. This luxurious mask—loaded with natural oils like macadamia, argan, and tea tree—penetrates the hair shaft to reconstruct strands from the inside out, so you're left with stronger, shinier, and healthier hair after each use. Added bonus: These all-natural ingredients leave behind a heavenly scent.
I loved the Oil treatment from Macadamia, but was underwhelmed by the Hair Masque. I was able to get a few uses out of the sample, but didn't notice any significant change in my hair.3
This product was great in my hair; however, I have very sensitive skin and the many oils caused a breakout. Unfortunately, I was not able to continue using.3
I liked the thickness of the mask and the size of the sample, it was definitely enough to cover all of my hair. It left my hair feeling well-refreshed and hydrated but I couldn't really tell a difference with my split ends. A good deep conditioning treatment, I just wouldn't take the time/money to use the product with my lifestyle.3
It made my hair nice and shiny. I don't want to dedicate two days a week to this routine.3
I wasn't particularly thrilled by this product. There wasn't anything bad about it, just don't feel like it did much. I have a hair treatment from Lush I use all the time, think I'll stick with that.3
The mask made my hair really soft, but i didn't like the smell...3
It works very well. However, I was disappointed with the sample size.3
I liked the fresh, clean smell of this product. I used it over the weekend as a deep-conditioning mask, dampening my hair at the sink and letting it soak in for a couple hours. I also paired it with the Healing Oil Treatment. My hair seemed more moisturized, but no more so than it would have with other similar products.3
This product made my hair greasy. I have greasy hair already, so this would probably work great for someone with dry hair!3
I love deep conditioning products, and this one is great, but not worth the price. I would recommend Dr. Miracle's or Olive Oil treatments (in the ethnic hair care aisle at any drug store) which are $1.99 for a large packet. The masque smelled great and left my hair silky, but I don't think that it is better than the drugstore brands for the price.3