I decided to give this deep conditioner a try after Ebony of Longing 4 Length gave it a positive review. I had wanted to try out Thank God It’s Natural products for ages and she has yet to lead me down the wrong product recommendation path, so I took her review as a sign so give this deep conditioner a whirl.
Price & Purchased From
15.99 on Amazon
“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”
- Restores life to dry, damaged, or color treated hair
- Improves shine and manageability
- Locks in moisture and repairs damage
- Reduces shedding and breakage
After shampooing with tgin Moisture Rich Shampoo, and conditioning with tgin Triple Moisture Replenishing Conditioner, apply a generous amount of tgin Honey Miracle Hair Mask to hair and comb through to ensure thorough distribution from roots to ends. Place a plastic cap over hair and sit under dryer for 10-15 minutes or leave on the hair for 35 minutes to 1 hour without heat. Rinse thoroughly with warm water, followed by cool water.
Water, Raw Honey, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice, Stearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Glutamic Acid, Fragrance, Benzyl Alcohol, EDTA, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethicone, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone
How Did It Do?
This conditioner does a great job at sinking into my hair on application and it detangles. like. a. dream. I’ve taken to starting my wash days by first applying deep conditioner to slightly damp hair and with my shrinkage, my hair can be a pain to part and detangle so definitely appreciate how much slip this conditioner provides. (Below is my hair with the deep conditioner still in).
Long-time JGA readers may remember how particular I am when it comes to product fragrances (in my dream world products would be scent-free). Thankfully, this conditioner doesn’t disappoint. It has a lovely, floral scent that is not overpowering and most importantly, does not trigger migraines for me. Whoop!
The facts that it sinks in, detangles, and smells pretty are all well and good but what matters most is how well this conditioner moisturizes and conditions my hair. After applying this conditioner to my hair, I normally leave it in for a minimum 30 minutes and use heat (either via a heating cap or steamer) to help the conditioner penetrate into my hair more effectively. Once I’ve rinsed it out, my hair feels so soft, smooth, and hydrated.
This deep conditioner also contains a few of the conditioning ingredients I look for when purchasing conditioners: stearyl alcohol, cetyl alcohol – fatty alcohols that moisturize, condition, and provide slip). And even though it contains a cone – dimethicone – it’s far down the list (meaning it contains a small amount of dimethicone in comparison to the other ingredients). Another ingredient of note is glutamic acid, an amino acid that conditions hair and reduces frizz.
When wearing my hair straight I don’t use a leave-in conditioner and more often than not, I skip moisturizing and sealing during the week, so I rely on deep conditioning to provide all the moisture my hair will need for the week. I used this deep conditioner when I straightened my hair last month and it came through and kept my hair hydrated while I wore it out. A the end of the week, I used it to revert my hair and bring back my kinks and coils.
The only ‘con’ I have for this conditioner is the number of uses I get out the jar (6) for the price.
I’ve been using this deep conditioner since the end of April and it’s become my current go-to deep conditioner. One of my summer hair goals is to keep my hair as moisturized as possible so you’ll be seeing this deep conditioner in my wash day recaps for a while.
Have you tried this deep conditioner? Liked it, loved it, or hated it?
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