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Hair Vacation // InstaNatural Argan Oil Hair Mask

I've come to love InstaNatural products so I couldn't wait to try the Argan Oil Hair Mask and give my long locks the deep conditioning it deserves. The first thing I noticed was the light airy scent that with the combination of organic ingredients like Argan Oil, Coconut, Shea Butter, Japanese Green Tea, Jojoba, and Avocado sort of reminds me of a tropical vacation. I also like the thick, whipped consistency.  And since I'm no stranger to the flat iron, finding a product that strengthens and defends against heat damage is a fundamental part of my weekly hair care regimen. As much as I love straightening my hair, the result can be very drying over time. 

Designed to renew damaged strands into soft, shiny, healthy hair that would make even Rapunzel jealous, the restorative ingredients of Argan Oil Hair Mask team up to penetrate and deliver nourishment and hydration to enhance texture and shine. After about a week, I noticed a softer, more voluminous life to my hair. Bonus, there's no residual greasy feeling that leaves your hair weighed down or looking like it hasn't been washed in days. Use it daily as a regular conditioner or weekly for special treatments... either way is wonderful!  

As for the Organic Argan Oil for Hair, Face, Skin & Nails, this time of year the cold weather plays havoc on my hands, especially since they take such a beating from all the work and hand washing in my art studio. After only a couple of uses, the chapped redness started healing! It works wonders on cuticles and overall, it makes my skin feel pampered...  even more reason to love it!  

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