Review of Shea Moisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Hair Masque

Review of Shea Moisture Manuka Honey and Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Masque

I have been using the Shea Moisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Hair Masque fairly consistently over the last few months. I have to say, it really delivers! This deep treatment is packed with luscious ingredients that make my hair soft, shiny and moisturized. It seriously reduces my frizz and the good smell lingers for days.

When I wore my hair in a pixie I was using this hair masque only in the shower, leaving it on for maybe 10 minutes before rinsing it out. But when I decided to grow out my hair and revert back to my curls a few months ago, I knew I had to intensify my deep treatments.

These days I’m using it about once a week, leaving it on for the recommended 30 minutes under a shower cap. (I need to buy more heat caps. These are the ones I’ve used in the past). But even with only the heat generated from my head, this deep conditioner goes to work.

Here’s a summary of the featured ingredients from the packaging:

Manuka Honey: Anti-inflammatory properties soothe the scalp. Helps create a moisturizing barrier.

Mafura Oil: High levels of beneficial oleic acid help replenish oils stripped from hair.

African Rock Fig: Contains antioxidant Vitamin C, which helps keep hair looking vibrant.

Of course it contains Shea Moisture’s signature coconut oil and shea butter, PLUS avocado oil, mango seed butter and aloe leaf extract. What !?!?

This is an effective deep conditioner that gives me consistent results, reviving my curls each time I use it. I’ve definitely added this to my list of staple hair products.

Have you used this masque? Do you love it? Let me know!

-Thaïs 

 

 

 

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