Every time the seasons change my hair gets dry. As we swiftly moved from 80 degrees to something slightly resembling Fall to snow this past weekend to seasonal Fall temperatures today, my hair has taken on a bit of a crunchy feel. So I reached for Keeva Deep Conditioning 5-in-1 Hair Mask to see if it was up to the task of bringing my hair back to its previous bounce and shine.
A lot of hair masks give a temporary softness and shine but only leave hair feeling drier once the initial luster wears off. Since Keeva’s Hair Mask has a number of highly effective ingredients that get deep into the hair, it is a highly humectant conditioner.
The five big ingredients in Keeva Deep Conditioning 5-in-1 Hair Mask are argan oil, tea tree oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, and keratin. Not a bad combination, is it? The blend of softening and strengthening oils with carrier oils mean that the mask penetrates deeply. When I put it in my hair, it was like it just soaked it in!
I really love how it feels on my scalp when I massage it in. I make a point to get it into my roots really well, and my scalp always feels relaxed after a nice massage with this. I put my hair in a processing cap for about an hour before I rinse it out, and my hair is bouncy and shiny!
The mask also contains Green Tea and Grapeseed Oil for more conditioning properties. Keeva is cruelty-free, which is great!
The scent is pleasant and not overwhelming and doesn’t linger when it is washed out of my hair. I dislike when the fragrance of a conditioner stays on my hair after I wash it out, so I’m happy on that front. If you work in a scent-free office, this will work out fine unless your co-workers are truly hyper-sensitive and work in very close range to you.
Find Keeva Deep Conditioning 5-in-1 Hair Mask at Amazon.
I received this item for testing and review purposes. If you have any questions about my experience with it, leave it in the comments section below, and I’ll do my best to answer it!