Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment / Review


Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment / Review

Good morning sweets, how are you? I am good, except I’m having a little bit of hair disaster going on. Since I came back from the seaside my hair has been über dry and brittle, which is quite odd as I was doing my best to protect it from the UV rays and the salt water… Anyway, my best friends in this hair combat have been the incredible Macadamia products, which I’ve mentioned before. Since I confessed my true love for their Rejuvenating Shampoo (review here) and their Deep Repair Hair Mask (review here), I think it’s time to talk about another one of my Holy Grail Macadamia products – the Healing Oil Treatment.

This little bottle is such a miracle worker and it has helped my hair massively. Basically, it is therapeutic hair oil, which is designed to help with dry and damaged hair (perfect for all fellow blondies out there) and to serve as intensive nourishment. What I love about this product is that it helps me (hugely if I may add) with tangles! It detangles like charm and almost does the job for my Tange Teezer. The oil also tames down my hair, making it smooth and frizz-free. I feel like it makes my hair a bit shinier and less dull-looking, which is always good to have, especially when you have blonde locks. Another plus about this babe I that its ‘natural UV protection extends the life of color treatments’. If this is not enough, Macadamia claim that this oil is supposed to reduce the drying time with 40-50%. I didn’t know that but as water and oil separate, when the oil absorbs it actually pushes the water outside the hair cuticle, hence our hair dries faster. Now I’ve noticed that the drying time is reduced but sadly I wouldn’t say it’s something that major for me and it’s probably 20% (tops) faster. My hair usually takes absolute ages to dry so I was expecting that but it is still a lovely addition to the other fab benefits of the healing oil. :)

I usually like to use this hair oil in two ways. The first one is when my hair’s damp, I just pour some oil onto the palms of my hands, warm it up a bit and carefully disturb it all over the lengths of my hair (from my ears down). Then I just comb through and blow dry. The second way I like to use this is on dry hair. I use a teeny tiny bit just on the ends of my hair to make them look less brittle and more polished. I just recently started dong this and I love how it works, plus I use any left product I may have on my palms to smooth out the rest of my hair if it’s gotten a bit frizzy and wild. :) Also, once a week I mix some of the treatment oil with Macadamia’s Leave In Cream for deeper nourishment and I kid you not – this makes my hair incredible and it’s really soft and tangle-free.

In a nutshell, I have to say that this hair oil definitely proves the amazing quality of Macadamia’s products once again. It nourishes and rejuvenates my hair, helps with tangles, tames it down and gets rid of the frizz. It also makes my hair look really healthy and soft. What else can we ask for? Well you guessed it – it also helps the hair dry a bit faster, plus it smells divine. Brilliant! I seriously cannot fault this product and I highly recommend it. I am still in-love with my Moroccan Oil but this gem is definitely equally amazing and I use them both all the time. The Macadamia treatment oil comes in four different sizes so you can pick up the smallest bottle first ($6.50 /£4.90) and give it a try, I’m sure you’ll love it. (:


Have you tried the Healing Oil Treatment before? Which is your favorite hair oil?

Lots of love,

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18 comments

  1. I love this oil and even though it is a little bit more pricey you need so little of it that it'll last forever :o). Xx

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    1. Definitely! A little goes a long way, I have this little bottle for about four months and it's still going strong! :)

      Andrea xx

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  2. Thank you for this amazing review! I have the Deep Repair Masque and I've been eyeing this one as well, just not sure if I should buy it or not. You have just convinced me that I should! :-) & I followed you on GFC &
    bloglovin - you're blog is amazing :-)
    I hope you have some time to check out my blog as well. xx


    tarulovesbeauty.blogspot.com

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    1. Ah you're welcome lovely! I love the mask so much and I assure you - the oil is equally amazing so you should definitely give it a whirl :)

      Thank you so much, I'm so happy you like it! xx

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  3. Since I just changed the colour of my hair to lighter, after bleaching it, this product might be a good fit for me. Although I've also read some great things about the Moroccan Oil one.

    Love, When You Dream Big x

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    1. Since I highlight my hair, using hair oil is absolutely essential! I think you'll definitely notice an improvement in the condition of your hair if you use oil. I love both the Moroccan Oil and this one and honestly I don't which one I prefer now. No matter which one you go for you won't regret it, I'm sure :) xx

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  4. This hair oil is sooo good and actually replaced the hair oil I was using before, I also love the Repair Masque as it leaves my hair super smooth and looking healthy x

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  5. Have just run out of my Moroccan Oil hair oil, and I'm thinking this will be my next purchase :) I've tried the shampoo and the mask (which I love), so I can only imagine the oil treatment will be just as good. Not to mention, it's quite reasonably priced! :)

    beautibop.com

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  6. I just found this blog and I'm absolutely in love with your reviews!:)

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  7. I wish we got macadamia oil products in South Africa! After reading all your great reviews on them, I'm dying to try them. Think I need to do some online shopping :)
    Love your blog :)

    Loren | www.hellominkys.blogspot.com

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  8. I want to try this having used the hair masque xx

    Beautyqueenuk xx

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  9. Thank you for your post, I really need this for my dry hair!

    http://liz-breygel.blogspot.com/

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  10. Thanks for this! I've been struggling massively with dry and frizzy hair at the minute, no matter what I do. Will probably end up purchasing the Macadamia products, as they seem to always get near-rave reviews!

    Lauren xxxx

    www.bylaurenj.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. I was just looking for a treatment oil for my bleached hair. Thanks for the tip, it will be my next purchase from Amazon:). Till then I will try Almond Oil.
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  12. I'm currently using the coconut oil by the Body Shop, but I was always so intrigued by the Moroccan Oil (intrigued enough that I forgot to pick it up when I could :P) that I wanted to try it. As well as this one. Well, I must get only one for the start, which one would you choose?

    xx

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