Sunday, February 5, 2012

Macadamia Natural Oil Healing Oil Treatment

"Our Healing Oil Treatment is a therapeutic hair oil perfect for all hair types and is especially beneficial to dry, damaged hair."

Macadamia Natural Oil Healing Oil Treatment($6.50 for .34oz, $13.50 for 1oz, $39.95 for 4.2oz) is a nourishing, leave-in, oil-based treatment that helps repair dry, damaged hair and control frizz. The oil also comes with UV protection and a blend of ingredients that promote a healthy shine to hair that suffers a lot of heat damage.

The texture is quite thick so you only need a tiny amount. One pump might be a little too much unless you have very thick, long hair. I have a couple of ways in which I use this product. One, as a leave-in treatment on damp hair. I then let it air-dry or blow dry as usual. When used this way, the product helps cut my drying time by almost 60% and adds a beautiful, glossy shine. It also controls flyaways and keeps hair looking healthy. Another great way to use this product is by mixing it with any conditioner, leave it on for a few minutes and wash off. When I use it this way, I skip any kinda hair serum afterwards since it weighs down hair quite a bit. Also keep in mind that too much can leave scalp very oily so, using a clarifying shampoo once a week helps clear out any residue.

The product is alcohol-free but, contains quite a few 'cones. The smell is not something I have a problem with but, it is quite strong, in a good way. If you have dry/damaged hair, use a lot of heat to style your hair or need a good styling treatment that controls frizz and provides nourishment, this is a great product to try. Like me, if you have a very oily scalp, be sure to use it in moderation. If you have extremely fine hair, I would recommend trying a sample size(.34oz, 1oz, available at before committing to the full-size.

What are some hair treatments you recommend?

Disclosure: The products in this article were provided by PR for consideration. All opinions are my own. For more information please refer to my Disclosure Policy.


  1. Thanks for your review! I wonder what it would do for my hair. If it has dimethicone, my hair hates it!

    1. You're welcome! It does have quite a few silicones so if you are allergic, try a sample :)