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Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque

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I have type 4 hair and I use Shea Moisture deep treatment masque in two ways. The first as a deep conditioner and second, as a leave in conditioner. I tend to use it more as a leave in than a deep conditioner.

AS A DEEP CONDITIONER

  • I mix it with 4 Tablespoons of honey, 4 Tablespoons olive or coconut oil or any other oils I have in the house such as jojoba oil.
  • Then after I wash my hair, I apply the mixture to my hair.
  • Next I put a heating cap on for 30-45 minutes or just leave the mixture on my hair for hours when I’m running errands during the day.
  • Wash and style my hair as usual.

AS A LEAVE IN FOR TWISTING

On the container it actually says you can use it both ways and I’m glad I tried it.

  • I wet my hair then section the hair in manageable sections.
  • Then apply Shea Moisture deep treatment masque and twist.

The only thing I will caution about this product is that you don’t use too much if you are using it to twist your hair.  I made a mistake of doing that one time and my twist out had a whitish residue on the ends.  

My advice would be to experiment with a little amount first, then adjust the quantity as you use the product over and over again.

9 REASONS WHY I LOVE USING SHEA MOISTURE DEEP TREATMENT MASQUE

  • It rejuvinates my dry hair, so it keeps the hair moisturized and looking healthy.
  • I only need to use a small amount for a twist out which makes the product last longer.
  • The twist out always come out looking defined, frizz free and moisturized even without adding a gel while styling.
  • The price is pretty good too.  12 oz for $9.99.  I have bought this product more than once since I started using it.
  • It has great slip to detangle, adds shine and hair looks moisturized / conditioned.
  • Smells great.
  • Made with almost 100% natural ingredients.
  • Contains NO parabens, phthalates, paraffin, gluten, propylene glycol, mineral oil, synthetic fragrance, animal testing, PABA, synthetic color, DEA, or animal ingredients.
  • I love products made with argan oil and shea butter.

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