Tuesday, March 9, 2010

On the hunt: Komaza Care Review

As a follow up on this post, I wanted to let you know my results on the 3 deep conditioners on my radar. You can read about #1 here and #2 here. This is the third one I tried:

Komaza Care Olive Moisture Mask http://www.komazahaircare.com/products/120/Olive+Moisture+Mask.html
: 4 and 16 ounces
Cost: $6.50 and $16
Ingredients: Water, Dipalmitoylethyldimonium Chloride (A derivitive of Palm Oil), Behentrimonium, virgin olive oil, olive butter, aloe butter, soybean oil, coconut oil, polyquaternium, quaternium 87, jojoba infused with nettles, horsetail, rosemary, peppermint, marshmallow, xanthan gum, pro vitamin B5, vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin B6, allantoin, honey, inositol,citric acid, rosemary essential oil, lavender essential oil, lemon essential oil, Polysorbate 20, cinnamon cassia, potassium sorbate.
Product description/claims: Created for all African American hair textures. This thick creamy olive butter deep conditioner is designed to detangle, moisturize, and soften hair to put an end to breakage. Komaza Olive Moisture Mask does not contain proteins making it friendly to deep condition weekly if you choose.

What I did: Pre-pooed with oil overnight. I cleansed with diluted shampoo. Then I applied the Olive Moisture Mask to my hair in sections and detangled. I put on a plastic cap and wrapped a towel on my head to let my body heat do the work. After an hour, I rinsed it out and continued with my styling routine.

My say: I have enjoyed other Komaza Care products so I was excited to try this. The conditioner is creamy, thick and has a nice scent. It took a bit more effort to detangle than the first conditioner I reviewed but it was not as bad as the second one. My hair did feel amazing afterward and I am pleased with the ingredient list. Most likely I will repurchase this product but the Love from Sweet Nature by Eddie is top on my list at the moment! :-)

Thanks for reading. Be blessed!



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