Tear. Wear. Love Your Hair with HASK Deep Conditioners!*


Hair. It can make a statement or sit in the back seat. It can make or break your look sometimes and it’s kind of a pain to take care of – however, HASK makes it so easy with their affordable, cruelty free and paraben free products available at Target.

As we transition into our Winter skin care routines, we definitely should not leave our hair out of the picture. I don’t know about you ladies (and lads) but my hair gets incredibly dry and staticky in the winter (and no, that dryer sheet trick does not work for me) which is why I think it’s important to use great products on my hair too. HASK has so many different hair care lines, so you definitely can find something to fix all of your hair problems (HASK says that they’re “hair” for you – they aren’t kidding!)

The Monoi Coconut Oil Deep Conditioner is great for all hair types. It’s an ultra-restorative treatment formulated with Monoi Oil which is known for its re-hydrating benefits. It smells like coconut and I’ve been using this one for years – I love it! It doesn’t leave your hair greasy which is a plus for me. I was always hesitant to use deep conditioners because I thought they would be too much on my thin hair but the formula of HASK‘s deep conditioners is great and won’t weigh your locks down! I personally love the Monoi Coconut Oil collection from HASK.

The Keratin Protein Deep Conditioner is perfect for those with damaged hair, although I’m sure it would work on all hair types. The ingredients in this deep conditioner work together to leave your hair smooth, frizz free and shiny! (Who doesn’t want that?!) I love this one during the winter because it helps fight static and reduces breakage.

The Argan Oil Deep Conditioner is a repairing treatment formulated with keratin and of course, argan oil. I remember seeing argan oil on QVC all the time a few years ago and I never got what all the hype was about, but it’s really a great oil especially for your hair so now I do. Argan oil easily penetrates split ends and adds a bunch of moisture back into them, leaving you with super soft and healthy looking hair. Coloring your hair often or using heat on it everyday can really damage it, so I suggest using this deep conditioner at least once a week to help your hair maintain it’s shine and keep it healthy!

Last, but not least – the Macadamia Nut Oil Deep Conditioner. This is another treatment that’s great for dry and damaged hair, but I’m sure it would work on different hair types too. Macadamia oil is great for split/dead ends and can help to repair them. It also leaves your hair with lots of shine and keeps it soft and smooth. I love the way this one worked on my hair!

I definitely think that some of us skimp on our hair care and mainly focus on our skin care, but these deep conditioning treatments from HASK make it so simple. Just wash your hair like you normally do in the shower, get out of the shower, apply the treatment to your hair and let it sit for 10 minutes. While it’s working it’s magic, get caught up on your friends’ Snapchat stories, eat some cookies, drink some tea or even use a face mask. It’s that easy! Healthy hair has never been simpler, and like I said, HASK is “hair” for you. 😉

I hope you enjoyed the post and that you pick up some of these deep conditioners when you’re at Target! (HINT: they make the PERFECT stocking stuffers!)

Thanks so much for reading, as always <3

Xoxo, Rae

Disclaimer: Yes, this product was sent to me to review, but sponsorships/items sent to me do not alter my opinion in any way. I’m here to help you (my readers) to find new products that you may have never heard about. I am all for giving 100% reviews, whether I’m paid for the review, sent the item or I purchase it myself. Just something to keep in mind for my past/future reviews.
Powered by Brandbacker.

November 25, 2017
Previous Post Next Post

1 Comment

  • Reply Glory of the Snow

    I haven’t tried these hair masks before but they sound great! Thanks for sharing your review! 🙂


    November 26, 2017 at 7:37 pm
  • Leave a Reply

    You may also like