First Impressions: Maui Moisture Shampoo & Conditioner

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Hey my Lovelies,

Last Monday, afternoon I was browsing in the drugstore market and found a stand-up display with Maui Moisture products. From the very moment, I was enchanted by this beautiful, tropical design of these hair products. Being totally euphoric the Maui Moisture + Coconut Milk Shampoo & Conditioner hopped into my basket.

About the product:

It doesn’t contain:

Mineral oil, silicones, SLS, sulphates, synthetic dyes or ALES

but it’s:

100 % vegan, pure coconut water and pure Aloe Vera juice

Ingredients from Maui Moisture

Both products, which cost 8,95€ each, are from the range for dry hair. They are in a beautiful, blue bottle and are enriched with guava oil and mango butter.

Maui Moisture promises: “Weightless coconut milk infuses this light and creamy conditioner blend along with sheer guava oil and mango butter. Use this lightweight blend daily without fear of built-up and give your hair a healthy glow and shine!” (mauimoisture.com)

My first impression:

While showering, I was already able to smell this delicious smell of fresh coconuts. It is a creamy, natural scent like fresh coconut milk and not one of these alcoholic, chemical scents which are often really unpleasant.
The shampoo is quite thick and pearl-white shimmering. It is easy to foam up however the consistency is quite unusual- really jelly!

I had shampooed my hair twice and rinsed it out generously. In contrast to the shampoo, the conditioner is quite liquid. But it also smells really yummy and tropical and is easy to distribute in the hair.
After three minutes I rinsed the conditioner. My hair felt really silky and it was really untangled and easy to comb.

 

After washing:

My hair smells amazing! They are softer and barely dry. Another plus is that my hair was really straight after blow drying (which it usually isn’t)!
Until now, I am really amazed by this range and I will continue testing it. Furthermore, there are four different others:

  1. Bamboo Fibers for thin, damaged hair
  2. Shea Butter for dry, damaged hair
  3. Agave for coloured and damaged hair
  4. Coconut Oil for thick, curly hair

As soon as the bottles are empty, I will probably try the Agave or Bamboo range.

Maui Moisture + Coconut Milk Shampoo and Conditioner

Do you already know Maui Moisture products?

Maui Moisture Coconut Milk Conditioner

Maui Moisture Coconut Milk Shampoo

What are your experiences?

Lots of Love,
Neva aka Elysian Soul

 



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