When it comes to beauty, we all have specific rhetorics we adhere to - especially upon buying and trying new products.
Mine is simply efficacy and ethics, meaning: if it works and the brand maintains some semblance of an ethical value-set, that's where I'll most likely be spending my money.
I tried the Davroe MCT Conditioning Treatment under the recommendation of RUSSH beauty director, Elle Presbury, who has stated she is a "big fan" of most of their products. So, in an effort to have hair that looks even a 5th as good as hers does, I immediately jumped on the bandwagon.
I don't say it lightly when I say that as it turns out, the Davroe hair mask wagon is the place to be (go figure). I applied to damp hair in the shower last night and let sit for a mere 60 seconds while exfoliating and woke up this morning with what can best be described as huge no-heat blowout energy.
For reference, my hair is wavy when air dried, and even wavier when I'm too lazy to let it dry before sleeping on it. This morning, my hair was sitting smoothly atop my head with perfectly defined waves that felt as soft to the touch as kid-hair. Similar to how it feels after hair is blowdried, but without the glam barrel curls that go along with it. In this case, my curls remained soft, natural, and slightly diffused.
So what's in it?
Understanding why I now have exponentially better hair always comes down to ingredients. In the Davroe MCT Conditioning Treatments case, the baffling source of moisture is the result of natural plant extracts including kakadu plum, aloe vera, argan oil, hibiscus, mango butter, jojoba oil, shea butter and camellia oil. While all are known as individual sources of moisture with restorative qualities, in combination they appear to have superpowers.
The brand itself is 100% natural, vegan, and cruelty-free which, as mentioned is a huge bonus, and is available to purchase online or in-store.
If you're looking for a hair mask to soothe your hair woes, this should be your next bet.
Image credit: @davroe