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-9/13/2010 12:30:20 PM
I received a sample of Overnight Hair Rescue with my last order, so I thought I'd give it a try. The product is non-greasy and it smells wonderful. I put a dime size amount on my fingers and rubbed it through my hair. I've had my hair highlighted for years and as I get older, when I wake in the morning it looks like frizzy straw from rubbing on my pillow. The mornings after I use Hair Rescue, my hair looks shiny and conditioned...no more old lady straw hair for me!! : )
-9/1/2010 10:33:38 AM
Stale cigarettes, b.o. and coffee. That's what this smells like. It seems like a decent treatment but the smell is too awful to overlook.
Caviar Hair Rescue
-7/27/2010 4:10:13 PM
This product is awesome. I does wonders for dry damaged hair. You'll love it.
hydrates and detangles my curly hair
-7/23/2010 2:35:20 AM
I have fine yet very curly hair that tangles horribly. This product smells terrific, is lightweight so it doesn't weigh my hair down, and is hydrating to my dry curls. I use this on the second day after washing my hair (I only wash every other day unless I need to wash due to swimming or excess perspiration in the summer) before I spritz on my curl refresher product. My hair is left soft, bouncy, shiny, and my curls look great!
-7/16/2010 2:15:42 PM
This is the best deep conditioner I've ever used. I have long, straight hair that is prone to dryness and split ends. It's fine too so I was concerned this product would weigh it down. But I washed it out and let my hair air dry and it was super silky and soft but not greasy or limp. And a little goes a long way! It warms up fast in your hands, start at the ends or you'll have oil dripping down your neck!
Incredible product adds superior shine
-5/13/2010 8:42:06 AM
Even though it seems a bit expensive, Liquid Keratin treatments at a salon can cost $200. This bottle contains enough to treat my long hair at least 3 times. I've noticed an incredible difference in my hair for adding shine & controlling frizz. Highly recommended.
Works as well as the salon treatment!
-3/31/2010 4:07:28 PM
I had the Coppola Keratin treatment done last year, and this works just as well - but it is a lot of work to do yourself. I only need to treat a few sections of my (mutant) hair, so it's perfect to use only what I need and save $200+ at the salon.
The scent is a bit icky when you do the flat ironing, but other than that it wasn't very noticeable. Be sure to iron the hair about 4 times to make sure it gets into your hair really well. I will definitely use this again!
BTW, I think it altered my blonde highlights just a little bit so use caution if you have light hair.
terrific for dry hair
-2/20/2010 11:01:50 AM
I've been using this for 1+ years & it's the best hair moisturizer that will not weigh down my hair. It detangles extremely well, too, for my curly long hair. I use about 2 pea-sized drops on towel-dried damp hair, focusing on the ends, before any other styling products & it really helps protect my hair from heat styling as well. It smells great, is all-natural, and is overall an awesome product. My only complaint is that it comes in a fairly small size, but since only a little bit is needed, one tube lasts a fairly long time.
Great Product for a dry scalp
-2/20/2010 10:07:11 AM
I have recently been plagued by a dry, itchy scalp with scaling. Dandruff shampoos & conditioners alone didn't solve the problem but when I added this wonderful oil, I found my solution. I rub the oil into my scalp once a week and leave it in at least 20 minutes. Then I massage in a moisturizing shampoo, add water to lather and my scalp does great for the whole week. If you have this problem I recommend you try this product.
Doesn't really work for me.
-2/14/2010 1:18:56 AM
I have fine, long, straight hair. My ends are slightly dry so I'm always looking for something to condition my ends without weighing my hair down. I rubbed this to my ends and brushed through my entire head. Left it for about half an hour and then shampooed it. I must have shampooed the moisture off because my ends felt just a tiny bit softer after my regular shampoo and conditioner. I tried it about a handful of times and it didn't make a noticeable difference. I prefer to use a conditioning cream at my tips after a regular conditioner, it works better for me.