Agadir Argan Oil Moisture Masque with Keratin Protein

$34.00/ 8 fl. oz. (Prices vary on where the product is purchased.)
@ adgirint.com, Amazon, Walgreens, Walmart (Also found at other stores)

 

How it claims to work:

Ultra-rich, deep conditioning masque moisturizes while repairing damaged hair.

  • Contains 100% pure and certified Argan oil
  • Restores, revitalizes, repairs and prevents future damage
  • Keratin protein enriched
  • Contains antioxidants & vitamin E.
  • Instantly moisturizes, adding elasticity & shine
  • Treats in 3 to 5 minutes
  • Agadir signature, aromatherapy fragrance
  • Leaves hair with radiant shine
  • Sulfate free

(Source: adgirint.com)

Review:
I tried this masque before, but I believe it was a lost in the overwhelming mix of other products I’ve tried over the years. I found it again while browsing in Walgreens and seen it on the clearance shelf. I was super excited because I was out of deep conditioner (big surprise, I know). I got it super cheap at Walgreens, like less than $10. When I was browsing for it online for you guys, I came across it being cheaper on Amazon and Walmart. But I would check your local Walgreen’s and see if it’s in the clearance section. I remember liking the deep conditioner when I previously purchased it, but DEFINITELY not for the original price. $34 is way too much for this type of deep conditioner, and I will tell you why. I had the hardest time trying to get this deep conditioner to glide through my hair. It has this texture like a cream but very slimy and had this coating that made it difficult to apply to the hair. I caught myself using more of the product and had to make sure my hair evenly got the product. In comparison to other deep conditioners, I can just apply other conditioners on my hair and feel satisfied enough that it is evenly distributed throughout my hair.  I did use coconut oil with the deep conditioner, just something I always do. I didn’t really feel impressed with it right off, and my hair didn’t transform when first applied. I did leave it on overnight and into the next day, almost a full 24 hours. The deep conditioner had pretty much dried to a certain extent when I got ready to wash it out.  After washing, I wouldn’t say my hair was noticeably softer and that could be because it contains keratin protein (typically leaves the hair feeling straw-like or rougher texture). I had been dealing with some breakage, so I was hoping this would’ve helped somewhat. I did have some breakage still when I went to style my hair, nothing too major, though. My hair didn’t feel as dry as before, but I know it was still dry.

Ratings and Comments:
I overall wasn’t that pleased and satisfied with the masque, especially considering the original price. This could be a good general masque when the hair isn’t particularly needing of much. I wouldn’t bet on it helping with the things it claims to do, at least not for my hair.

I give this product a 3 out of 5.

 

 

 

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