Humectant properties of raw honey help to hydrate hair and scalp without residue
Olive and jojoba oils combine to deeply moisturize and add just enough slip to help detangle stubborn knots
Can be used with or without heat
No parabens, sulfates, petrolatum, lanolin, artificial colors or animal testing
Hair Type: Textured, Curly
Health Facts: Sulfate-free, paraben-free, dye-free, aluminum-free
Product Form: Cream
Sustainability Claims: Cruelty-free
Beauty Purpose: Deep hydration, shine enhancing, Softening, damage repair, smoothing
Item Number (DPCI): 063-05-0476
Deeply condition dehydrated hair with the tgin Honey Miracle Hair Mask Deep Conditioner, which uses raw honey to moisturize and treat itchy, flaky scalps. This deep conditioning mask also uses olive oil to deeply moisturize by penetrating the hair shaft, and jojoba oil to seal the cuticle layer, locking the moisture in, adding shine and hydrating dull and unmanageable hair. Combined, these ingredients work to soften and detangle hair. Use after your shower as a weekly treatment to deeply condition all curl patterns.
tgin Honey Miracle Hair Mask is like an instant make over for dry, damaged or colored treated hair. This luxurious deep conditioner contains raw honey for softer, shinier tresses and jojoba and olive oils, which nourish and heal strands in need of repair. The result is hair that never looked so good.
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I decided to try this deep conditioner for my relaxed hair. I do use TGIN products as well. Thick consistency and smells good. Clean rinse and provided excellent slip/hydration for my hair. It does require more time than some other deep conditioners but I felt it was worth it for maintaining healthy hair.
(Natural black hair 3-4 type.) I read the reviews. Thought the price was high. Tried it. Some are saying this mess smells good. It smells like chemicals to me. I thought maybe it was the "natural" so I proceeded. It made my hair hard. Thought it was something I did, but this just didn't agree with me. The most concerning is when I returned it, I found another jar and smelled it. It was the same. Messaged online to Target and as of this writing, I've heard nothing. It could be me, but it smelled horrible. Smell before you buy this if you choose. Good luck.