SheaMoisture Raw Shea Butter Deep Treatment Masque
How it claims to work:
Pamper your dry, damaged hair with SheaMoisture’s Raw Shea Butter Deep Treatment Masque! Infused with the goodness of raw Shea butter, this intensive treatment masque helps restore health, shine, and vitality to over-processed hair.
This deeply nourishing treatment masque is enriched with the goodness of Argan Oil – touted for its high concentrations of vitamins A and E that help strengthen and smoothen hair naturally, as well as Sea Kelp extract, which is a humectant that helps your hair retain moisture. These ingredients come together to make an all-natural deep treatment masque that does wonders to smoothen, soften and strengthen chemically treated hair, perfect for transitioning it to healthy natural hair.
The certified organic raw Shea butter in this hair masque deeply penetrates the root and shaft of damaged hair to deliver the moisture and slip your curls need without weighing it down. For best results, use it in combination with SheaMoisture’s Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo.
This was my first masque I tried from the SheaMoisture brand. At this point, I just started transitioning and was in dire need of products that would help with dryness and texture. I got a lot of good reviews and recommendations for this deep conditioner, so I decided to give it a try. SheaMoisture never tends to disppoint and always delivers great products, but I wasn’t impressed with this conditioner. The conditioner’s texture is very buttery which is fine. It has a decent, good amount of slip through the hair, but I didn’t feel my hair absorb the product well. After using it for an extended period of time and even leaving it on the hair overnight, I didn’t feel my hair change significantly. I also tried again, when I was completely natural to see if my transitioning hair was just too far gone for this conditioner. My hair still didn’t really receive the deep conditioner. I don’t feel as though it really did much for my hair overall. It could be used as a rinse out conditioner, if that’s all I have on hand.
Ratings and Comments:
I was not too fond of his deep conditioner. It didn’t penetrate my hair well enough to make a difference.
I give this product a 3 out of 5.
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