Saturday, 21 September 2013

Macadamia Healing Oil Review - I was wrong!

So I was quick to judge. A while back I did a post on the Macadmia healing oil Treatment. I wasn't too impressed. It turns out I hadn't given it a chance.


It was only a week ago I was getting my hair cut and my hairdresser commented how much my hair had grown since she last saw me 6 weeks before. I hadn't really noticed as I had been tying it up a lot to keep it in good condition for my friends wedding. So as she was combing it down to give it a trim I noticed it had grown a good inch more than it normally would have! I realised that between me  giving it a break from the straighteners and using the healing oil after washing it had really helped the condition of my hair.

My usual serum had run out so I had been using Macadamia Healing oil on the ends. This meant I was applying it about every other day. When I had tried it the first time round I found it left my hair feeling a bit heavy and it felt a lot greasier and needed washing more often. After a bit of practice I got the quantities about right and it wasn't feeling greasy or weighed down but it was still doing its job. I found separating my hair into two sections by tying the top half up and applying it in two parts made this easier and it distributed better. I love that I only need to use a tiny amount too as I only use it on the ends of my hair. I just tip the bottle while my hand is covering the opening and the amount that it leaves on my hand is perfect for each section. This just means it will last me even longer than I expected so it's well worth the money! The fact that it reduces drying time means you will spend less time using the hairdryer so the hair is not being damaged as much as normal. It's giving you all sorts of goodness! 

I honestly can see the difference this has made on my hair and I will not be so quick to judge products in the future! I love Macadamia Healing Oil and I will definitely be repurchasing when it runs out.

Go and get yourself some from here, you won't be disappointed!

Have you ever judged a product too quickly?
Is there anything to re-tried and loved second time around?


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