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Today I’ll be sharing my thoughts on 2 products which are mega growth deep conditioner and mega growth leave in daily strengthener which is a leave in conditioner. This review should have been done a long time ago but I kept on forgetting but it’s good because I’ve actually used up the products and now I can give a complete and detailed review on the products.
Mega Growth Leave In Conditioner
I’ve actually used 2 jars of this product. A big 16oz jar and a small 8.82oz jar. Let me first say that this product is very affordable, one of the cheapest hair products I’ve used. I think it’s even the cheapest because the small jar costs about 600 naira and the big jar was about 1,600 naira which lasted for a good while, about 5-6 months.
This product is an anti breakage product so if your hair is undergoing breakage, this is a very cheap product that I’ll recommend. It’s very light weight and can be used daily because it doesn’t weigh your hair down and is easily absorbed into the hair.
It’s said to restore, strengthen and repair hair and I must say it does just that because I used it when I was transitioning and it helped to minimize breakage.
It has a strong scent so if you’re not a fan of products with strong scent you should take note of this.
It can also be used as a detangler because it melts tangles easily and moisturizes the hair very well. You can use on wet, damp or dry hair.
Mega Growth Deep Conditioner
Another cheap ass conditioner. I’ve used only one jar of this product. I got the 8.82oz jar for 600 naira also.
This deep conditioner is also an anti breakage deep conditioner and it claims to strengthen, restore and repair the hair also.
This deep conditioner should be used after shampooing your hair and should be applied from root to tip then covered with a plastic bag or cap then use a source of heat so that it can be absorbed properly.
It has a thick texture but it melts into the hair strands easily and a little goes a long way. I got 4 uses out of this deep conditioner which is great.
While applying this product, I’m able to finger detangle lightly and after using heat to deep condition, my hair gets softer and I can comb through easily and there’s very little shed hair at the end.
When the conditioner has been rinsed out, it leaves your hair feeling soft but with strength to it because it contains proteins which help strengthen the hair so I use this product after I take down my braids or when I feel like my hair needs a big of strength.
The deep conditioner has a lighter scent than the leave in conditioner.
It’s important to note that this 2 products do contain chemicals. They’re not the most natural products out there so if you’re someone that’s picky and bent on using only natural products only then you’ll have a problem with the ingredient list. But they have no formaldehyde, no sulphates, no alcohol, no paraben, no phthalates, no DEA.
The deep conditioner has petroleum and mineral oil while the leave in conditioner has no petroleum or mineral oil.
The packaging of both the deep conditioner and leave in conditioner are the same but it’s a little fragile because the container of the leave in conditioner got broken after it fell off my hand mistakenly so you should take note of that too.
That’s it for this product review. I’ll certainly get the deep conditioner again because it’s cheap and gets its work done. It’s going to be a staple in my hair products stash. As for the leave in conditioner, I want something less strengthening since I’m not suffering from breakage so I’ll not be getting it again for now, at least.
Have you used any of these 2 products?
Thanks for reading.