The company Adovia is quickly becoming synonymous with Dead Sea products, at least in my mind. They have an entire line out, including Dead Sea Mud Shampoo (which pairs wonderfully with this conditioner), eye creams, facial serums, soaps, and mud masks. I’ve tried most of their products and, as a whole, they’ve all been luxurious, high-end products that are well worth their prices.
But today, I want to tell you about their Dead Sea Salt Deep Hair Conditioner. Like the shampoo, this conditioner has a lovely scent that lasts for days. It’s thick, so a little goes a long way. It has 21 different minerals in it that will help you rebuild your hair to it’s natural condition.
We do so much to our hair these days that is harmful. Between dying, blow drying, flat ironing, and chemical-laden products, it’s a wonder that any of us has beautiful, flowing hair at all. I spend hours a week on my hair, trying to get it to be the best that it can be. I have natural curls that require a TON of moisture, so I’m no stranger to hair masks, deep conditioning, etc. I use at least one of those things each week and I always have some type of product in my hair—usually an oil like argan or coconut. Because of the curls, my hair doesn’t “flow” unless I straighten it, but with the help of Adovias conditioner, my hair is in better shape than it has been in years.
It’s really easy to use, you just wash with their shampoo (or your favorite, but these really do pair wonderfully together) and then put a quarter-sized amount of conditioner in your hair. I usually leave it in for 5 minutes or so before rinsing out. My entire shower is timed around shampoo and conditioner. The moment I step in, I use a dime amount of shampoo to wash my hair. Immediately rinsing, I do the shampoo again and let it sit while I wash my body. I have to do this twice because for some reason, shampoos (or even bar soaps) never wash my hair the first time. It’s like I have to wash the crud out to be able to really get my hair clean the second time around.
Then on to the conditioner – I’ve found that it really likes to be left in for 5 to 7 minutes, anything less and my hair doesn’t get the softness that usually comes from using Adovia’s Dead Sea Salt Deep Hair Conditioner. Anything more and it’s just a waste of water running down the shower drain. 5-7 minutes gives me the maximum benefits of conditioner. Then I rinse well and hop out of the shower.
I still can’t tell you what this combo smells like. It smells good. Girly, but good. It doesn’t seem to have a specific scent pattern that I can detect but I really like it. The smell is a little overwhelming the first time you use it but you quickly get used to it. I love how it lingers in your hair for days after washing.
Now then. What I didn’t like about it.
The chemicals that are in the product. Once again, I’ll tell you that I don’t think the chemicals they’ve added to their products are necessary. If you’re going to charge a pretty penny for a small bottle of conditioner, then you need to make it fit a niche. Organic, natural products are huge right now. If it had no chemicals, I’d buy this again in an instant. Instead, I’ll be checking back every so often to see if they’ve changed up their ingredients list.
You can buy this for yourself straight from Amazon, and while you’re there you can check out their entire line of skin and hair care products. It truly is impressive.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.