Macadamia Natural Oil Healing Oil Treatment

Macadamia Natural Oil Healing Oil Treatment
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Hair Care / Styling & Finishing / Argan (Moroccan) Oils

What it is:
Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment is a therapeutic oil perfect for all hair types and is especially beneficial to dry, damaged hair. Dry, brittle hair is miraculously rejuvenated with increased shine and control.

What it does:
The Healing Oil Treatment is instantly absorbed, weightlessly infusing the hair with moisture and nutrients for silky smooth, healthy looking hair while providing natural UV protection from photo and sun damage.

What else you need to know:

  • Intense nourishment for tangle & frizz free hair
  • Hair that is ultra-smooth, manageable & shiny
  • Natural UV protection extends the life of color treatments
  • Reduced drying time by an amazing 40-50%

  • Dimethicone, Cyclomethicone, Tocopheryl Acetate, Macadamia Temifolia Seed Oil, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Parfum/Fragrance, Benzyl Salicylate, Hexylcinnamal, Butylphenyl Methypropional, Coumarin, Linalool, Limonene
    For styling and finishing, work a small amount into damp or dry hair. For extra nourishment, add a small amount to masque or leave-in cream before applying.
    121 Reviews
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    75% Recommend this product (91 of 121 responses)
    By leena
    October 5, 2016
    this a real magic, i'm in love with it
    By Kate
    May 30, 2016
    The oil helps keep my hair strong and also gives a nice shine without the greasy look. Also has a nice scent which is a nice bonus.
    By Kelli
    Rancho Cucamonga, CA
    April 27, 2016
    Very rich
    I love this oil, probably more than any other. You really feel like your skin is getting the complete benefit of using it. It can also be used in your hair, whether wet or dry to tame down a few fly away hairs.
    ProsRich oil, can be used for skin and hair
    ConsTakes awhile to absorb because it is so rich.
    By Urmi
    Lake Hiawatha, NJ
    April 10, 2016
    this is one of my all time favorite products. i have thin hair that doesn't hold volume very well but i find that this didn't hurt that too much
    Prosgreat shine smells incredible lasts forever
    By Samantha
    Washington, D.C.
    January 7, 2016
    Great for colored hair
    The Macadamia line was introduced to me by my stylist who recommended it as a weekly conditioning treatment for my admittedly color-damaged hair. I leave the oil in wet hair for several hours, sometimes overnight. It leaves my hair looking and smelling absolutely amazing. My natural curls are smooth and defined after using this product, and much shinier as well,
    By Celina
    Dallas, TX
    October 14, 2015
    It was okay
    I used it for a while after damaging my hair from hearing tools and it really didn't do much if I added too much it made my hair greasy which was just making things worse.
    ProsReally small container which is easy to carry around
    ConsGets really greasy if add too much
    By Dana
    October 10, 2015
    Love it
    Works great with helping protect your hair and smells great too
    By Nadia
    Phoenix, AZ
    August 15, 2015
    Amazing product.
    Excellent source of nourishment to the hair. Has a pleasant smell. It does not weigh the hair down. Best investment for your hair. It was recommended to me by a friend who has been using it for a while and had seen amazing results. If you are looking for your hair to grow fast and healthy, this is the product for you!
    By Elvira
    Wilmington, DE
    June 16, 2015
    This oil very economy!! 125 ml bottle last with me 1 year) I used it on damp hair after wash!
    By E
    , WI
    June 7, 2015
    love love
    Hair absorbs this so well it doesn't get greasy very easily like other oils or serums . I highly recommend this it smells great too.
    3 Questions & 12 Answers
    from Mississippi asked:
    September 4, 2012
    How is everyone liking this product? Does it work well, what are the ingredients?

    from Portland, OR asked:
    July 15, 2012
    How does this product compare to MoroccanOil?
    I really love this product. I have used it numerous times in the past couple years. I think it is alot similar to the Moroccan Oil as far as the benefits.The Macadamia seems to help my dry ends alot and I love using just a very small amount after I wash my hair to smooth on my ends and throughout my scalp (a dimes worth). It never leaves a greasy residue unless you put way to much on and it could become greasy. I rate Macadamia as a great product. Moroccan Oil is good also though. They both are good products.
    on July 15, 2012
    from China Grove, NC
    When I use Macadamia Oil vs Moraccan Oil the only difference I really find is that I sometimes I use an extra pump of Macadamia Oil - my hair is long, thick, and wavy. I have used both products. Both products leave my hair shiny and soft and both absorb in my hair and do not leave it oily. Macadamia oil is cheaper and I love the smell!
    on July 15, 2012
    from Cawker City, KS
    I am tempted to try the Moroccan Oil, just so I can compare, but I am so incredibly happy with Macadamia Natural Healing Oil Treatment that I can't bear to not use it on a daily basis. I am sure the only thing that would even get me to *consider* trying something else would be price. But, having said that, since offers the Macadamia Nut Oil for about 1/3 less than anyone else, I am just counting my lucky stars and ordering it from them 3 at a time (to get enough value to get free shipping). My hair was very damaged from heat and wind. I don't use any chemicals at all on it, nor blow dry it, but I ride a motorcycle (in the dry heat of Arizona) and despite braiding and covering what I could of my really long hair with a hair glove, the ends still dried out so badly. The Macadamia Healing Oil has been a godsend. I was fearful I would have to cut my hair off, it was that bad, and now I am no longer embarrassed by it because it has been almost completely restored to health since I began using the oil, about a year ago. I continue to use it for preventative maintenance, continued hair health, and an incredibly serendipitous effect - it smells SO pretty, I'd use it just for the smell!! Best of luck getting an answer to your question, I am sorry I could not actually answer it, but had to rave about the Macadamia Oil, to me it is the #1 prized product on my beauty shelf.
    on July 15, 2012
    from Eloy, Arizona
    Not only does macadamia have the benefit of Argan oil, it also has macadamia nut oil. Another big benefit of macadamia over morrocanoil is the price!
    on July 15, 2012
    from Knoxville, TN
    I found that is was not as good as Moroccan oil. It did not leave my curls as soft and frizz free.
    on July 15, 2012
    from hockessin, de
    I have used both products for some time and I find that the Macadamia Oil is better for hair that is colored or breaks easily for any reason. The Macadamia Oil does more for the strength of the hair shaft, being absorbed more readily than the Moroccan Oil, even using less with optimal results.
    on July 15, 2012
    from Santa Cruz, CA
    I like this product, I've used both. This one is a little bit lighter, and I think it smells better. It has a nutty smell to it, which I found more pleasant than the Moroccan oil. You use it the same way. I rub a little bit onto my Macadamia infused comb to get rid of tangles (I've had the comb for a while, so I re-energize it periodically by rubbing the oil into it again). I prefer this one for my dry curly hair. I add a few drops into my leave in conditioner if I want a little extra conditioning/pampering for my hair. But, be careful, the pump will add a lot more than what I usually want.
    on July 16, 2012
    from Los Angeles, CA
    Hair wise, both products do the same thing for my thick course hair, I prefer the smell of the Macadamia Oil better and the price point of the product is definitely better. Been using this product for years now. Given the price and the fact I cannot notice a difference in my hair between this or Moroccan Oil I prefer to save the money and use the Macadamia Oil.
    on July 16, 2012
    from Washington, DC
    I think it's just as good. I think it's a little heavier than moroccan oil so a dime size is a good amount to use. I would recommend this product to someone elese.
    on July 17, 2012
    from New Haven, Ct
    Great product. and it outshines Moroccan Oil!
    on July 22, 2012
    from Las Vegas,Nevada

    from aberdeen,NJ asked:
    May 15, 2012
    ihave natural curly freezy hair very course, it was blue black growin up now that I"am sixty, i need to lightin it what can i use ,plus whay will help this hair
    This oil is intense nourishment for frizzy hair
    on January 7, 2014
    from San Jose, CA
    This oil for moisture and non frizz hair
    on June 16, 2015
    from Wilmington, DE

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