I am rough on my hair. I try to let it air dry by showering at night but then I curl it with a straightener. In the winter I only have to heat style my hair every few days but in the summer, that becomes more frequent. I have found that by using quality hair care products, with mostly natural ingredients, I can reduce the damage that my hair endures. I specifically look for products that are free of sulfates and alcohol as both are unnecessary for getting clean hair and yet they can be drying. I also like to find a product with a natural oil based product contained within the ingredient list. This new HASK Coconut Oil collection checks all of those boxes so I decided that I would like to give it a try.
HASK uses high-quality ingredients and luxurious fragrances to create high-performance products designed to treat and repair your hair. Their products are free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, artificial colours and alcohol. Although I was really hoping to try the Keratin collection since my hair needs some serious repair, especially at the ends, I received the Monoi Coconut Oil collection instead. I was able to try the Shampoo, the Conditioner, the Hair Mask or Deep Conditioner (enough for 2-3 uses) and the Shine Hair Oil. Based on normal usage this product line would last the average consumer a month or less, depending on how frequently the individual washes their hair. By the way, I only wash mine every 2-3 days and use dry shampoo and a shower cap otherwise.
HASK Coconut Oil products are designed to provide moisture for all hair types. Apparently, Monoi Coconut Oil is made by soaking the petals of Tahitian gardenias in coconut oil, which makes it smell exactly like the beach. Or at least like coconut scented suntan oils that most are usually familiar with, it is quite strong to be honest. It also means that the product is quickly absorbed by the hair, leaving it soft, silky, and shiny. Personally, I found that the products left my hair feeling tangle-free and looking fabulous. Overall, I recommend HASK products as I have actually tried their Argan Oil and Macadamia Oil hair masks previously, thanks to a gift from a friend. So far, I preferred the Argan Oil version and I will update this post if I get around to trying the Keratin collection in the near future.