In Review: She Scent It Riche Moisture Masque & Banana Brulee Moisturizing Conditioner

Hey all πŸ™‚

So I’m finally going to do this review on these two moisturizing conditioners/masques…whatever you want to call them. I recently used both the moisture masque and the banana brulee conditioner as deep conditioners and just want to share my results with you all.

As previously stated, I am currently reconfiguring my HG/Regimen since discovering I was a low po diva and that was probably the cause of my slow growth. Anywho, the best way to learn what my crazy hair loves is to of course do trial and error..duhhh! In comes She Scent It. I had previously ordered a few samples of she scent it products and instantly fell in love. So of course those things ran out and of course Black Friday was approaching and I just had to jump on the sale. I believe the sale was 30% off your total purchase. I purchased a few things and my haul included the moisture masque and the moisturizing conditioner.

Anywhooo… fast foward to the trial and error phase. I believe the first product I tried was the moisture masque. But let me first give you a run down of the product..by the way the following informationΒ  is from the site.

Riche Moisture Masque <font color="orange"> NEW</font>

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This creamy conditioner nourishes hair that is dry and frizzy. A rich formula loaded with vitamins A, D, E lecithin and amino acids (from Avocados). A special blend of conditioning agents, moisturizers and oils work to soften, detangle and add shine to hair. Sapote oil nourishes the scalp, combats dryness & helps retain moisture. Leaves hair silky soft and healthy. Your hair is begging for this!

No Parabens No Mineral Oil No Petrolatum

Sapote Oil is known to be a great moisturizer and as a hair revitalizer. Clinical tests show it is effective in stopping hair loss.

Avocado Oil is loaded with natural fats that are excellent for your hair and scalp. They contain essential vitamins and minerals that work on rebuilding and regrowing hair. The high levels of vitamin A, D, and E are proven to work at the cellular level to protect and strengthen hair. It also contains, proteins, amino acids and lecithin that aid in bathing the hair with moisture.

Hydrolyzed Silk aids in moisture retention due to its strong hygroscopic properties. It links hair fibers to improve elasticity, resiliency, and restore the moisture balance.

INGREDIENTS: Purified Water infused W/ Pouteria Sapota (Sapote) extract, Rosa Centifolia (Rose) Flower Extract, Persea Gratissima (Avocado Oil), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Behentrimonium Methosulfate (and) Cetearyl Alcohol, Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides, Prunus Dulcis (Sweet Almond Oil), Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetrimonium chloride, Vegetable Glycerin, Panthenol Vit B5, Hydrolyzed Silk,Germall Plus, Fragrance, Citrus sinensis( Orange essential oil) Citric Acid

TO USE: Apply liberally to freshly shampooed hair. Leave on for up to 1 hour. Rinse and follow with your favorite leave-in conditioner.

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Alrighty so that’s all the goodness about this beauty. I don’t think this is technically a deep conditioner but who follows rules anyway right? I applied this and some aloe vera gel to my dry, dirty hair and then immediately sat under my huetiful steamer. I will say that this left my hair very soft and very managable. Detangling was a breeze!

Pros: as stated before, soft and managable hair, detangling was easy! Left my hair feeling very moisturized

Cons: Curls didn’t immediately clump together, not thick enough for my extra thick and dry hair, is not a deep conditioner, for my hair it seems more beneficial as a wash out conditioner

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Up next was the banana brulee moisturizing conditioner. I was overly excited to try this deep conditioning treatment. So I recently did a deep treatment using this product last Sunday and I love the results….but let me share the goodies on this product from the site.

Alright, alright alright… so as I stated I loved the results of this deep conditoner. It left my hair super soft and the tangles melted like butter. My curls did take a while to clump but after I washed out the conditioner they were poppin and stayed that way. I applied this the same way I applied the moisture masque, first with aloe vera gel and then I added the deep conditioner and sat under my huetiful.
Pros: left hair soft and managable, curls were poppin after conditioner was washed out, melted away tangles
Cons: wasn’t thick enough, curls took a while to clump

So overall, I did like both products for my hair. I will definitely continue to reuse them. I’m thinking of adding some products to the conditioners to help them thicken up a bit. I hope this short product review helps. I will review the rest of the products I received in another post. Oh yeah, the first two pictures are from using the moisture masque and then the second two are from the banana thingy. I then included a shrinkage photo as well.

Peace and Love ❀

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