Macademia Deep Repair Masque $18.81 Shipped from Amazon (and a request for help)

My 11yo daughter has really really fine hair that breaks easily. She’s never had the experience of having hair longer than her shoulders, because it just doesn’t grow that well. This seems to be genetic (my mother in law had hair like this) and I’ve been searching for something that will make her hair stronger. Fortunately, my 15yo daughter is a beauty maven, spending much of her free time learning about new products and watching YouTube how-to demonstrations. She did a little research and suggested this Deep Repair Masque (For Dry, Damaged Hair) by Macadamia, which she found in-store at CVS for around $35.00. That was a little more than I wanted to spend and I thought I might be able to do better online, so sure enough I hopped on over to Amazon and found it reduced to $18.81 with Free shipping (they say regularly $60.00).

We read through the reviews, which are 4.5/5.0 stars from 67 customers, and are feeling pretty confident this will help.

If you’re interested in this product, you can find it on Amazon here. And if you’ve found another solution for really fine, easily breakable hair, please comment here and let us know. My 11yo daughter (who desperately wants long hair) will be oh so grateful!


Christy
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5 Responses to “Macademia Deep Repair Masque $18.81 Shipped from Amazon (and a request for help)”

  1. Kim says:

    I love that masque! I always have it on hand. I was able to get 2 for $30 when Target had buy 1 get 1 free professional hair products. Right now on Target it looks like this masque is 17.99 (and if you get it shipped and use your red card, I believe it gets shipped free).

    Good luck! I hope your daughter loves it like I do. It smells wonderful too!

  2. pam a says:

    I also have baby fine hair and could never get my hair past my shoulders. My hair has become ‘swavy” in recent years and I was looking to encourage more waviness and I found this book “the Curly Girl Method” that talks about how to care for curly hair. While your daughter may not have wavy/curly hair it does talk about all the harsh chemicals that are in most shampoos & conditioners, i.e. parabens & sulfites as they are damaging to hair. I’ve been using Yes to products for a few months and my hair is much healthier. I’ve also been staying away from blow drying or irons for my hair. It is definitely not easy to find products without the bad stuff but if you read the labels you can do it. Some I’ve found are the “Yes to” line, Suave naturals coconut conditioner, some of the tresseme naturals line.

  3. Olesa says:

    I have used this in the past and absolutely love it! Though you gotta be careful, I was told my my hairstylist (works for Mario tracocci for 24 years) that this masque is a protein which makes it a vitamin for hair. If you use too much of it you hair will be “bloaded” with protein and brake off even more. This concept makes sence to me because it just like vitamins and our bodies, our bodies will reject the vitamin if the body doesn’t need it.
    I bleached my hair and damaged it really bad, used coconut oil once every week or two and it did some wonders on my hair. My stylist can’t believe how healthy my hair is a year later. With the coconut oil my hair really started “healing” about 6 months of regular use. I covered my hair with the oil and left it in for at least 2 hours or best all day or overnight.
    Good luck to you daughter! Hope she gets her long hair. I have 3 daughters so I know how it is :)

  4. Emma says:

    Growing up, my mom gave me barley green to drink. It doesn’t taste wonderful (it’s like drinking grass), but it made a world of difference for my hair! My hair was dry and difficult to manage. After taking barley green regularly, my hair and nails improved.

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