Last month I said I’m on the hunt for a great deep conditioner. The next one I purchased was from the Aunt Jackie’s brand, again. However, it’s from the Flaxseed Recipes Lines which has the popular flaxseed gel. You can check out our previous posts on the review of the Gel as it is a very good product. In today’s review, we will have the AUNT JACKIE FLAXSEED RECIPES FIX MY HAIR INTENSIVE REPAIR CONDITIONING MASQUE
Repair beyond compare! Aunt Jackie’s special blend of flaxseed and avocado & coconut oils is used to help repair damage, stop breakage, soften, shine, moisturize & condition dry, brittle, wiry hair.
With carrier oils to deliver nutrients into the hair shaft, Aunt Jackie’s Flaxseed recipe is rich in Omega Fatty Acids and helps noticeably improve the overall condition of hair.
WHY I PURCHASED:
Not much thought went into purchasing the product.
I saw that it was in front of the flaxseed line so I picked it up.
As well as that, I used their deep conditioner a month before which was good.
HOW IT LOOKS, FEELS, and SMELLS:
The product is light yellow and very creamy. I could tell that the deep conditioner wasn’t “thick” but it also wasn’t watery. It’s heavily concentrated so I knew a little would go a long way.
Similar to the coco repair, it is of a creamy consistency.
It aligns with the new waves of deep conditioners that are being made as they are creamy and not thick.
It has a smell that reminds me of hair mayonnaise.
So I wonder if it would have the same effects on my hair as hair mayonnaise is rich in protein and tends to leave my hair “thick”. Then, it becomes hard to detangle, doesn’t feel soft, etc.
HOW THE PRODUCT WORKS:
Once applied to the hair it works as any deep conditioner would. You would apply a medium size amount to coat the section of your hair from roots to tip. Then, you can work it using a Denman brush or the praying hands’ method. Then, wear a steam or shower cap for 15 minutes so the heat can penetrate the hair. Then rinse to soft, hydrated, and tangle-free results. To get the best results, you have to apply the deep conditioner to damp hair as a little goes a long way. As well as, apply a heat cap to trap the heat to open the hair cuticles so the deep conditioner can do its intensive repair as the name suggests.
As the name suggests, it should intently repair your hair from damage, broken hair strands, and so much more. Does it? based on the ingredient makeup, I can see how it will. It contains flaxseed, shea butter, avocado, coconut oil, and mango butter. All of which will strengthen your hair strands while ensuring it is hydrated. In addition, it doesn’t contain mineral oil or petroleum that does more harm than good for the hair. To get the best intensive repair feeling, you have to use indirect heat. This will make sure that your hair gets all of the nutrients from the product that it needs to repair every hair strand.
After 3 wash days, I like it. I like it more than the coco repair because I could feel the effects on my hair. It will be a staple within my natural hair routine. And, I rated it a solid 10/10. You would think that now my search will be covered but it’s not. So let me know down below any additional deep condition