Review | Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repairing Conditioner

Hello again, my readers and bloggers! I have been very busy nowadays with class supplies and a lot of brainstorming for future projects in the two classes I’m taking for Spring Term. Regardless, I have another product review for you!

This product is from the Carol’s Daughter line and I rarely try the brand due to the high prices most of the products have (Really guys. Some of the CD products can be TOO expensive for the average student. . .). But three of the lines from Carol’s Daughter are now sold in Target, so that’s a relief for me.

This one, however, had to be part of my hair regimen. This is the Monoi Repairing Conditioner!


It can be found at Ulta Beauty for $22 plus tax. This product is from the famous Monoi collection, the line recognized for extreme hair repair to even the most damaged hair types.

I picked this up due to me getting tired of my hair matting up and after washing, I would see several strands of hair in the sink due to my hair clumping together for some reason. *Cue audible groan of disdain*

Plus, I frequently color my hair with semi-permanent hair colors and do occasional bleach baths on my hair as well. You could probably imagine the amount of damage I’m doing to my kinky locks.

Anyway, I chose this product because I needed something to help repair my hair, reduce the hair shedding and overall make my hair stronger for better growth.

I am very happy to report that this conditioner does the job and more! When it claims that with one use stops 92% of breakage, I can definitely backup its claim completely!

Upon rinsing the conditioner out on wash days, there is almost NO HAIR in the sink. Plus, my hair feels like a soft, fluffy cotton ball (Just imagine. Fluffy cotton balls of moisturized hair, hehehehe. . .) and the sweet floral fragrance is an added bonus.

But here’s the cherry on top! I’m not sure what particular ingredient it is in the product, but there is a SIGNIFICANT reduction in the matting of my hair. Really, I can actually run my fingers through and co-washing becomes EXTREMELY easier! I think it might be the amazing Monoi oil.

For $22, it’s a bit expensive, but it’s worth the price. Plus, it might be a great alternative to the Repairing Hair Mask from the same line which now runs at $32 plus tax (Seriously, why did they raise the price when it’s already expensive enough?!).

I will continue to have this in my hair regimen as it works great in preventing the common problems to my hair. Try it; you may like, especially if you color or bleach your hair!

Until then, next time readers and bloggers!


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