Monday, June 9, 2014

Adovia Dead Sea Mud Shampoo and Dead Sea Salt Conditioner Review

If you follow me you'll know how much I love Adovia products ;__;.
I recently got to try Adovia's Dead Sea Mud shampoo and Dead Sea Salt Conditioner on my curls and it was interesting for a lack of better words. But, lets start off with a quick intro to these products. (=

Adovia Dead Sea Mud Shampoo:

  • Helps to Relieve Itching from Dry, Flaky Scalp & Dandruff
  • Helps to Relieve Symptoms of Scalp Psoriasis & Seborrhea Dermatitis
  • Made with Pure & Natural Dead Sea Mud for an Infusion of Essential Minerals into Scalp & Hair
  • Specially formulated for dry, itchy scalps & Dandruff
  • Also Contains Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Vitamin E & Chamomile for a Natural Formula that gets results.

Adovia Dead Sea Salt Conditioner:

  • Made with Real Dead Sea Salt - 100% Pure and Genuine for an infusion of 21 Minerals Essential to Proper Skin and Hair Function.
  • Leaves Hair Looking Hydrated, Healthy and Silky.
  • Helps to Reduce the appearance of Dandruff and Dry, Flaky Scalp.
  • Aloe Vera Deeply Nourishes the Scalp and Hair - Hydrating it from Within.
  •  Dead Sea Salt contains more than 21 skin and hair rebuilding minerals such as magnesium, calcium, sulfur, bromide, iodine, sodium, zinc and potassium.

These are all great things, but sadly the shampoo has a sulfate as the third ingredient and the conditioner has mineral oil. While this seems to work great for certain people, this two products are not so great for me.

Whenever I clarify I will use the shampoo- probably the next time I wash my hair to rid it of the mineral oil.
I will be handing these two off to my mom who is relaxed to see how she likes it on her hair.
If you don't mind mineral oil or wear your hair straight most of the time then this may be for you (=

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. Those products sound kinda scary for natural hair, lol. Seeing as sea salt has a drying property, I don't think it will be good for Black hair, especially since our hair needs moisture. Plus, as you mentioned, mineral oil is also a big no-no!! Did your mom like the products? Even relaxed, our hair needs more moisture than everyone elses. And have of ever heard of the Yes to Carrots series?


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