Product Review: Carol’s Daughter Monoi Collection

29 Apr

Carol's Daughter, Monoi Haicare Collection, Repairing Sulfate-Free Shampoo- $18, Repairing Conditioner-$20, Repairing Hair Mask-$29, http://www.carolsdaughter.com

 

There are three things a woman should never scrimp on when it comes to her beauty regimen; skincare, foundation and hair care. Hair care products don’t have to cost an arm and a leg to be considered quality but they do need to have top notch formulations and quality ingredients which often results in a higher price point. Carol’s Daughter’s latest hair care launch is the Monoi Collection and it’s definitely worth every penny. I was fortunate enough to receive samples of the new collection to try out. The collection includes the Repairing Sulfate-Free Shampoo, the Repairing Conditioner and the Repairing Hair Mask. For this review, I only used the Shampoo and Conditioner.

Let me start off by stating how delicious the fragrance is. It reminds me of a tropical flower mixed with a hint of sweet vanilla. It’s very soothing and definitely makes the entire wash and conditioning experience luxurious. The beauty of the Monoi Collection is that is features Monoi Oil which is a native oil to the Tahitian Islands. This highly emollient, botanical ingredient repairs and prevents hair from damage such as split ends, breakage and dryness.

I started with the Repairing Sulfate-Free Shampoo and was pleasantly surprised at how rich and creamy it was. Most shampoos have a detergent-like quality that strips hair of its natural oils and leaves hair coarse and dry. Not this shampoo, it quickly softened my hair and left it feeling thicker, fuller and healthier. Next, I applied the Repairing Conditioner and left it on for about five to eight minutes. I combed it through the hair with a wide tooth comb. As soon as I rinsed the conditioner out, my hair was shiny, soft and absolutely gorgeous! I highly recommend this collection for those of you with dry, coarse or damaged hair, you’ll see dramatic results with just one use!

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