Being a curly haired girl, there will never be a time that my curls won’t need moisture. Never. So I am always glad when I get the chance to try a new moisturizing hair care product. The most recent product I have received to review is HSI Professional Leave-In Hair Treatment with Argan Oil. It comes in a little brown glass bottle that seems like it could withstand being dropped without shattering into a million pieces…not that I would recommend that.
Some of the benefits this product is supposed to provide is being a frizz fighter, offering protection from heat and color, being a leave in conditioner, repairing damaged hair, and softening your hair. I would say my hair was definitely softer after using this product. It says that you need just a few drops but I ended up using about two quarter sized amounts for my hair. I washed my hair, removed the excess water, then parted my hair down the middle. I put one quarter sized amount on one side of my head, and then did the same with the other side. My hair felt softer immediately. In fact, I could tell the difference after applying the product to one side but not the other. My hair was also not nearly as frizzy when it dried.
I can not speak to using the product to protect your hair from heat. My hair is naturally curly so I don’t use a curling iron or a blow dryer to style it. It is kinda making me want to try to use it on my flat ironed hair…as long as I’m not the one who has to flat iron it. I don’t really foresee myself going to a salon anytime soon so I guess I will have to stick with using it on my curly hair.
You can get this product for yourself here. And here are some discount codes to save some moola. TBargan2 50% off the 2oz bottle
TBargan4 60% off the 4oz bottle. I would recommend giving it a try if you tend to have dry, frizzy hair.
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