Thursday, June 20, 2019

Greek Yogurt by HASK Deep Conditioner Review

Fro-yo girl here. I’ve tried yogurt masks, lotions, and skin care, but this is the first time I’ve seen Greek yogurt haircare. The HASK Greek Yogurt haircare line is exclusively available at Walmart brick and mortar locations, though you can also buy them online at Amazon. In the past, HASK Greek Yogurt products were exclusively available at Walgreens.

Walmart had the deep conditioner packets, but not the shampoo and conditioner. A 1.75 oz deep conditioner packet was $2.47. There were four varieties:

  • Blueberry & Acai – Repairing
  • Coconut & Honeydew – Smooth & Shine
  • Fig & Honey – Hydrating
  • Pomegranate & Cranberry – Color Protection

I tried the Blueberry & Acai packet because I scent appealed to me. However, the conditioner didn’t smell like blueberry or acai. It smelled floral and fruity though. One packet worth of conditioner seemed like too much, even though I have long hair. I used about half a packet and left it in for about 5 minutes after washing my hair. It’s probably not realistic to expect to see results after one use? But, my hair did seem smoother and silkier after one use.

I don’t deep condition my hair but I do use conditioner regularly. My hair doesn’t seem dry. It also doesn’t seem to matter which hair products I use. I’ve used many different products over the years. I do get quite a few hair compliments, including from my hair stylist, so my hair seems to be healthy.

HASK products are not tested on animals and they are paraben free and sulfate free. They do actually contain Greek yogurt, as well as collagen, milk protein, and fruit extract. Greek yogurt is supposed to moisturize your hair, while the fruits they use deliver other benefits. For example, the antioxidants in blueberries restore dry and damaged hair, while acai berries have vitamins that help prevent split ends and breakage.

4 out of 5 stars.

You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.

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