Macadamia Natural Oil Moisturizing Rinse
So today I am going to review another Macadamia Natural Oil product, which is their moisturizing rinse, basically a hair conditioner. I got this in a small size unlike the shampoo and the leave in cream because I wanted to make sure if I really like it.
I had heard good reviews about it so I ordered it with other stuff while shopping online.
Our Moisturizing Rinse is a daily conditioner designed to nourish and detangle hair, leaving it manageable and ready to style.
• Gently detangles
• Nourishes and protects
• Leaves hair soft and manageable
• Provides UV protection
Water (Aqua), Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium Methosulfate, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil, Hydrolysed Barley Protein, Hydrolysed Wheat Gluten, Hydrolysed Silk, Hydrolysed Soy Protein, Wheat Amino Acids, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol, Glycereth-26, Panthenol, Amodimethicone, C11-15 Pareth-7, Laureth-9, Glycerin, Trideceth-12, Polyquaternium-69, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Cetrimonium Chloride, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Aminomethyl Propanol, Phenoxyethanol, Methylisothiazolinone, Fragrance (Parfum), Linalool.
Price: 3.55 GBP for 60 ml
My experience with Macadamia Natural Oil Moisturizing Rinse:
It comes in a classic macadamia packaging with the green flip top. I am not a great fan of the packaging here because the consistency of the conditioner is really thick and creamy and the bottle is really sturdy and virtually inelastic. So it is practically impossible to squirt the conditioner out of the flip nozzle.
Anyways coming to the actual product, it smells super amazing. It is completely different from what the shampoo smells like. This has a more subtle smell and kind of flowery. The smell doesn’t last a long time in your hair though. As I am using the shampoo from the same line, I notice the smell of the shampoo lingers on after washing rather than the conditioner.
After I am done with washing and conditioning, I notice that my hair is softer, smoother and is completely free of tangles. The effects last for around 3 days, which I think, is awesome. Hair looks less frizzy and overall healthier than it did before.
Pros of Macadamia Natural Oil Moisturizing Rinse:
1. Great consistency for a conditioner.
2. Smells good.
3. Makes hair soft and smooth.
5. Controls frizz.
6. Gives UV protection which is so much needed in summers.
7. Sulfate free, Paraben free and colour safe.
Cons of Macadamia Natural Oil Moisturizing Rinse:
1. The packaging is a thumbs down.
2. Not easily available in India.
Do I recommend Macadamia Natural Oil Moisturizing Rinse?
If you are looking for a good conditioner with the above-mentioned properties, give it a try.
Will I repurchase Macadamia Natural Oil Moisturizing Rinse?
Though I love it, I am quite satisfied with my HE Totally twisted conditioner which is already reviewed on IMBB. I tend to use a lot more conditioner than the shampoo so I guess this may be a little expensive for me. But if I get a bigger bottle on sale, I will definitely repurchase it because I like its effects on my hair more than any conditioner I have used in the past.
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10 thoughts on “Macadamia Natural Oil Moisturizing Rinse Review”
*pompom* *pompom* macadamia
lemme join you 😛 *pompom* *pompom* *pompom*
i love their products… *pompom* *pompom* but getting them online becomes very expensive.. *cry* so told my uncle to get it from USA… much cheaper there na *hifive* *haan ji*
So true! I need to get one of my Amreeka relative to get goodies for me *oye balle*
But I am pretty sure my list would become never ending 😛 We are shopaholic girls aren’t we *hifive*
yeah totally… *hihi* *hihi* after the brilliant reviews on IMBB.. my list is becoming never-ending too lol rofl *powder*
heyy Astha…have been following all your macademia reviews…..the products look and sound perfect for my hair. *pigtail* *pigtail* *pigtail* ..but I dont know where to get it from in India and I dont have any relatives in America *waaa* *waaa* how much do they cost in INR? 🙂
Thank you Shreya, I am glad you liked them *thankyou*
I shop online and they have free international shipping. I generally order from feel unique.
And nice co-incidence, I just got my account promoted to VIP level on their website as I crossed certain criteria. I have some first purchase discount coupon if some of you want on your overall amount. *oye balle*
You can check out the prices on the website itself. The prices will be in GBP and you can use the conversion factor of 84 for the prices in INR or googling would be simpler 😛 Let me know if you want it *hifive*
checked out the prices on feelunique… *shock* *shock* *shock* cant afford dem right now even if theres a 50 percent discount *cry* *cry* *cry* have to wait for at least five years till i start earning properly *green* *green*
and thanks for being so sweet and offfering the coupons *puchhi* *puchhi*
sounds promising and interesting.. *pompom* *pigtail*