I love to share about products that I use and I was recently given a bottle of
Mystic Divine Nourishing Shampoo as a gift and since I loved it so much I thought I would share my experience by writing a product review about my experience with it.
At the moment my hair is in a transitioning stage – half natural and half chemically straightened – so it is important that I take care of it to prevent breakage. Even though I am a recovering product junkie, I only have a handful of products that I actually use in rotation. But since I got this as a gift and it seemed like something I might like, I decided to go ahead and try it out.
Side note: I normally do not use shampoo often – I do the no-poo method when I wash my hair and only use shampoo a couple of times a month. The reason I do the no-poo method is because my hair flourished once I stopped using shampoo as frequently. Most shampoos would dry out my hair and I believe they were part of the reason my hair was dry and brittle.
According to the bottle,
Mystic Divine Nourishing Shampoo is derived from a unique blend of exotic Argan and Monoi Oils to gently cleanse and strengthen dry damaged hair, enahancing shine and smoothness. I have never used any products with Argan Oil in it but I hear that has recently became extremely popular in the beauty world. I liked the description of what it does so I was really excited to try it.
I normally like to wash my hair in the day time because I like to give it the full day to dry. This also gives me time to see how my hair is reacting to a product before I lay down to sleep. So on the day I initially tried
Mystic Divine Nourishing Shampoo I did my normal shower routine and whipped out the bottle to test it out.
What I really liked about the bottle – besides the pretty colors and exotic look – was that it is a pump. I just feel like having a pump makes things so much easier because you can control how much product you are using. I have a lot of hair so I use a lot of product but if I am using the product to mix with something else having a pump is usually easier to manage than regular bottles that you pour out.
Since I have a lot of hair I ended up using about 4 pumps to get enough product to saturate my roots. I usually wash my roots and as I am rinsing I stop and let the suds slide down the rest of my hair and wash the ends. Your roots are usually what needs the most cleansing because of built up oils and any other particles.
Mystic Divine Nourishing Shampoo didn’t suds up like some shampoo’s do, but I actually prefer that. It created a little bit of suds and it didn’t feel like it was drying out my hair at all. Also, the scent was lovely – sweet but not overpowering. It has that exotic nut oil scent to it.
As I rinsed the product out my hair was feeling smooth and soft – something I look for when I do use a shampoo. Some people like that “squeaky clean” feeling – I don’t – when it feels like that I feel like my hair lost all of its natural oils and moisture. It instantly feels dry to me. I liked that my hair felt clean but still soft and healthy.
Throughout the day I kept sniffing my hair. The scent was really nice and soft, not overpowering at all. I also kept touching my hair because as it dried it remained soft, manageable and smooth to the touch. I have heard that some products that contain oils leave a residue. With this product my hair wasn’t dry or brittle and it also did not have any oily residue.
Overall I really liked this shampoo and would definitely recommend it to others. As far as it strengthening my hair, my hair does not feel weak or brittle after using it several times. I would definitely say that it at does help to keep my hair safe from breakage. In the meantime, I still have about half a bottle left and will be using all of it up. I have added this to my favorite shampoo list and will purchase it for myself in the future.
P.S. I also received one other product from this line but I have not used it yet. Once I do I will let y’all what my experience with it is.
What products do you use with Argan Oil in them?
Have you tried this brand before?
What is your favorite shampoo?
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