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- Item model number: MAHM
You're About To Fall In Love With Your Hair Again! You'll Love How Soft, Silky, And Easily Manageable Your Hair Is. Whether you have hair that is dry and damaged or just in need of moisturizing and deep conditioning, Arvazallia Hydrating Argan Oil Hair Mask will Reinvigorate & Revitalize your hair leaving it Soft, Silky, Shiny, and Easier to Manage. This Premium 5 Minute Hydration and Restoration treatment will make you Love the way your hair Looks, Feels, and Smells. Salon stylists and customers Love Our Hair Mask because it Deeply Conditions, Hydrates, and Moisturizes Hair Giving it a Soft and Silky Texture. It Repairs, Restores, and Strengthens weak, damaged, and overprocessed hair. It also Revives Dull and Dry Hair Improving its Manageability and Elasticity and gives it a Beautiful Shine. Further it Nourishes Your Hair with the Highest Quality Cosmetic Grade Argan Oil Rich in Essential Vitamins and Nutrients. It also Protects and Shields Hair from Damage Caused by Heat Styling. After you begin using Arvazallia Hydrating Argan Oil Hair Mask, You'll Absolutely Love how your hair Looks, Feels, and Smells. Our professional series premium quality formulation is considered the best Argan oil hair mask treatment by salon stylists and customers around the world so We Know You'll Love it Too! This treatment is packaged with a self-sealing cap. New units of this product will have a secured cap and will be sealed with shrink-wrap however will not contain a lid or additional seal below the cap.
-----EDITED------Since Arvazallia didn't like the fact that I bashed their marketing tactics (see their sweet response below), let's remove that part of my review and stick with just my opinion on the product.So, here's the deal. This is nothing more than a thick conditioner. Conditioner is always good for your hair, so if you just want a conditioner in a fancy red tub, it's fine. It actually made my hair feel heavy and I felt like I had a gross residue...like I didn't wash all the conditioner out of my hair, even though I definitely did. I hate the smell. It smells like cheap old woman. It has 0 benefits aside from just being a conditioner. It didn't repair my hair, didn't make a miraculous difference in the texture of my hair. I was hoping for something that was actually "repairing" with argan oil being a main ingredient. I wanted something to continually make an actual difference in my hair, rather than offering superficial repair with silicones - which weigh my hair down and make it look greasy.Since they fail to list the ingredients anywhere in the description...let's talk about them so that people better understand the rating I gave:Amodimethicone, Trideceth-12 & Cetrimonium Chloride - These 3 work as a triad, which is why they are all listed together. This silicon is really beneficial for most people's hair. It will create a thin coat, particularly where there is a lot of damage, smooth down the cuticle and provide superficial "repair" to your hair. This is why your hair will feel much smoother and appear much shinier after using this product. This is great! Very logical that this "deep conditioner" contains this ingredient. Does this make your product superior to others? No. In fact, the majority of conditioners at CVS contain this ingredient. Hence my assessment that this was a "thick conditioner in a fancy red tub" - because...well, it is. I can find this same ingredient in a $2 bottle of conditioner.Cyclopentasiloxane and Dimethicone - a duo of silicons. Very common in beauty products. Works very similar to our triad friends above. Only downside - it builds up in hair over time. Hence my assessment that my hair had a residue. Because...well...it did.Hydroxyethylcellulose - this is a thickening agent. This makes the conditioner thick, but it also provides conditioning properties to hair. It absorbs water in your hair and swells to make the hair feel thicker. Again, not a bad thing - but very common in hair products. Nothing revolutionary about it.Argania Spinoza Kernel Oil - is it 100% pure?Teartrimonium - Anti-static.Tetrasodium EDTA - Preservative.Citric acid - Clearly "acid" - but not in a bad way. Citric acid in conditioner helps the hair appear shiny and smooth.Methylchloroisothiazolinone/ Methylisothiazolinone - preservative. Actually toxic to fish.So, basically what we have here is a lot of silicones, a thickening agent, a wee bit o' argan oil and preservatives. It probably does make a lot of people's hair feel amazing, but for some people with curly or very thin hair...this may cause the issues I experienced. Heavy, coated hair. Is it repairing hair? No. Can I find a $2 conditioner with a majority of these ingredients? Probably. So, as much as you want to go on the defense about your marketing tactics, my review was product based - and a fair review at that.
This product gets great reviews so I gave it a try. My hair has been so dry recently it is breaking . The 1st use I used as directed, It left my hair oily and yet dry at the same time. I had to wash my hair a couple times to remove the oil so that another conditioner could moisturize my hair. I decided to try again -not as directed- using less on top of another conditioner to try to seal in the moisturized hair. The not as directed way worked better but so far In my two uses ,this stuff is not great or even better than a drug store conditioner. The smell I think is unnecessarily strong and gives me a slight headache, also the tub I received says Made in China. Other Argan oil products have not worked well for my hair type either but this was worth a try based on price and reviews.UPDATE6/13/15 I just found out that reviews can be filtered by verified purchases out of the 1500 or so reviews on this product 140 are actually verified purchases-also among the verified purchases all the critical reviews including mine have been marked not helpful. Some people just do not like the strong smell or the way it works on their hair. Some people love this conditioner too and good for them!- however the results on my hair and several others were left with dryer hair after using this- why was this marked not helpful?? The fact that it is made in a county that has very low quality control such as allowing melamine in baby formula and pet food - is a legit concern for some people. I have reduced my 2 stars down to 1 star because clearly some sleezy marketing tactics are involved. Since good reviews matter to me prior to a purchase-had I known so little of the 1500 reviews were actually verified purchases- I would not have even bought this product in the first place.
FIRST, A NOTE ABOUT HAIR PRODUCTS CONTAINING ALCOHOL:Fatty alcohols also known as "oily" condition your locks. Here's a tip: say yes, to the alcohols that start with "c" and "s."Cetearyl alcoholCetyl alcoholStearyl alcohol"It's easy to see why "alcohols" are confusing to the average cosmetic label reader. People misinterpret ingredients that have alcohol in their name to be the volatile alcohol that we're most familiar with (ethanol). But, as mentioned above, fancier fatty alcohols, such as cetyl alcohol are not drying; instead, they are actually conditioning to hair and skin.""Cetearyl alcohol is a white, waxy, solid material in the form of flakes. It is oil soluble, but it is not water-soluble. It is a mixture of fatty alcohols. An alcohol in this sense is not a fermented mixture; it is a chemical compound of a certain molecular structure based on carbon and oxygen. Fatty alcohols were originally prepared from fats and oils by hydrolysis, which produces fatty acids. These were then hydrogenated to form fatty alcohols. More efficient forms of hydrogenation enable fatty alcohols to be formed directly from triglycerides (vegetable oils). Cetearyl alcohol is a wonderful emulsifier. In creams and lotions, it supports the main emulsion system and gives texture to the product. In conditioners, it creates a thickening effect. Cetearyl alcohol in combination with other ingredients in the formula (such as triethanolamine and stearic acid) forms an emulsion. This stops the oil and water from separating. They break down easily when applied to allow the lovely ingredients to benefit the skin/hair. Its emulsifying quality enables effective fresh ingredients to be emulsified. Cetearyl alcohol is used across our entire range of fresh products as an emulsifier. The result is an effective product, which detangles the hair, leaving it with shine and excellent condition."AND NOW, ONTO MY REVIEW:I decided to try some hair mask products, and in my search, I stumbled across several reviews of Arvazallia and what appeared to be legit before and after pictures. I also noticed this product had an AMAZING introductory price on Amazon. So I figured–why the hell not? I bought the hair conditioning mask and the oil treatment.After purchasing, I received several follow up emails from Arvazallia, who appear to be extremely invested in the satisfaction of their customers. Shorty after that, the product arrived in the mail. Simple, easy to use packaging that wasn’t leaking (plus!) and it smelled HEAVENLY! I’ve tried other argan products in the past (will review them eventually as well) but none have smelled this wonderful. Between the great price and the fabulous scent, I was hoping the product would perform.I have since used the hair mask 4 times (twice a week since it arrived) and have used the oil treatment every day for 2 weeks. If your hair isn’t as treacherous as mine, you could probably use the hair mask once a week or twice a month or once a month or whatever suits your hair care needs. The treatment only takes 5 minutes, however, due to how damaged my hair is, I did my treatments: 30 minutes, overnight, 30 minutes, overnight. I figured . . . why not? Might be overkill if you hair is generally healthy, though. The oil I used daily on the ends of my hair only, which gave a nice immediate improvement in appearance.Things I love about this product: Smells fantastic, easy to use, leaves hair smooth and manageable, perfect packaging means no leaks that waste the product (considering how often this happens with beauty products, it’s worth mentioning). Quality and Value are also worth mentioning, at least at the price I bought this at. The price was unbeatable compared to similar products and a little goes a long way, so I can see this lasting me a long time. The mask may go a little quicker than the oil, only because so little oil is needed for the hair and you get so much of it, but also because I am using the mask twice a week which is probably not necessary for most people. However, I did notice that the first time I used the mask, my hair seemed to soak it all in so much that I needed to use quite a bit, but after that, the moisture in my hair was so improved that I needed much less conditioner on subsequent applications.It’s also worth mentioning that my results are NOT due to suddenly conditioning my hair every day when I wasn’t before. I have been doing a deep treatment conditioning of my hair for months now in the same manner and using hair oils for a couple months now (and I’ve always only washed my hair once a week–before you say eww, this is actually REALLY healthy for your hair.) Those products DID give me results, however, I would say that this product did for my hair in 2 weeks what those products took 4 months to do for me, and I think by this point I was capped out on what those products could do for me. I also had to use a detangler then, but I no longer need one! So . . . yeah, I guess I’m a fan of Arvazallia now!That said, what I find impressive and what you find impressive may differ. My hair problems might also be different from yours. My hair is INSANELY dry and the dead ends have gone to epic extremes, so my hair needed this.All that said, I will now let the before and after results speak for themselves. Check the customer images for more, along with details about how I take my before and after pictures (always on product-free, residue-free, naturally air-dried hair).