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Product Review – Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque

Guest Post By Alexandria of Sporty Afros

The other week I went to Target in search of my favorite deep conditioner, Yes to Carrots, but I wasn’t able to find it. I don’t think they carry it anymore I looked through their expansive natural hair aisle and I decided to try Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque. I really had no particular reason, but the ingredients looked good and the price was right. I’ve been using it for the past 3 weeks as part of my weekly hair regimen. First, I pre-poo with SportyAfros Ayurveic Oil and do a scalp massage. Then, I wash with Afroveda Moisturizing Shampoo. Next, I deep conditioned Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque.

Shea Moisture gets a grade of B. It does the job. Nothing more, nothing less. For me, it’s missing something. I’m not sure what that something is though. My hair just feels regular after I rinse it out, not particularly soft or anything. It’s a good product if I can’t find my favorite conditioner.

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  1. For deep conditioning I didn’t like this product at ALL! I love their shampoos and conditioners but THIS? Nope. I put it on one small section of my freshly washed hair and knew right away it wasn’t gonna work…there was minimal slip. I need slip! LOL. But it is excellent for use as a twist or braid cream…I get great definition, softness, and hold. Go figure.

    1. Legally Natural says:

      Ditto! It is an excellent leave-in/styler. Leaves my hair sooooo soft.

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  3. Thank you for such a wonderful article dear and from my side I want to say that i am using best hair masque from long for my skin and its really effective. This deep 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.

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