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We typically enjoy our macadamias covered in chocolate, so we were delighted to discover that this delicious treat could also work wonders on our hair. Made with a blend of macadamia and argan oils, this restorative treatment infuses hair with weightless moisture and repairs dry and damaged strands from the inside out.
Overall, disappointed. The smell was too musky for me, and my hair did not seem any more manageable or smooth. I did however like the Deep Repair Masque. I prefer Moroccan Oil as a heating oil treatment.2
I have only used this product once and I loved how it made my hair feel. However, I did not like the smell of the product. I don`t know if I will use the product again because of the smell. I really love how my hair fells with it in though.2
I do like the brand of this product, but I'm not a big fan of hair treatment oils. I probably won't touch this sample again, not because I dont feel it's good quality, I just don't particularly care of hair oils.2
I liked this product, but I am happy with the Light version of Moroccan Oil for my fine hair!2
The oil smelled nice but if you use to much it will make your hair very oily. It did make my hair very soft after I dried it.2
I liked the way that this product worked. I usually use a product similar to this, and honestly, I thought that this worked much better for shine and smoothness. But....I couldn't get over how strong the smell was. It's not that the smell was bad, it was just too strong for me to have on my head all day. I'm disappointed because I like the way the product functions so much and just wish that it didn't smell so strongly.2
I love the way the Macadamia Natural Oil feels when you first put it on and love the smell, but the non-water soluble silicones makes it not work for me. I'm an infrequent shampooer -- I do a scrub and sometimes baking soda-citric acid paste -- so anything that doesn't rinse out won't work for me. I wish I'd read the ingredients and seen that the first two are non-soluble silicones (Dimethicone and Cyclomethicone) before I used it. Seeing silicones as the first 2 ingredients and vitamin E extract as the 3rd also makes me wonder how much macadamia oil is actually in it, Calling it "natural oil" is kind of misleading.2
This product does what it says. It restored some of the oils to my hair, but didn't make it overly oily, just shiny. My hair was already in good condition though, so I didn't really need it.2
While I found this treatment to be very smoothing and made my hair feel nice and soft I could not get past the horrible strong smell of it and ended up washing my hair again a few hours later to try and get the "stink" out. To me the smell is kind of masculine and extremely over powering so I was rather shocked to see others call it tropical.2
I have fine, color-damaged hair. This doesn't weigh down too much (I avoid using it close to the scalp so my hair doesn't look oily). De tangles like a dream.3