Why We Love the Deep Moisture Mask Guacamole Whip

By Lesley Rotchford | | Hair Treatment
Why We Love the Deep Moisture Mask Guacamole Whip

Think about why we crave guacamole. It’s rich, creamy, nourishing, and satisfying, right? Well, hair—especially parched, damaged strands—gets hungry for those things too! That’s why Sauce Beauty Deep Moisture Mask Guacamole Whip is as addictive as the yummy dip you dunk your chips into—and it’s magic for dry hair in need of major hydration and repair.

It’s loaded with dry hair repairing ingredients!

We know that avocado is good for our health, but it turns out it’s also good for our hair. It’s packed with fatty acids, proteins, and vitamins that keep hair strands strong and moisturized. The Deep Moisture Mask also contains Jarrah honey, a type of antibacterial and antifungal honey only found in Australia that smooths and moisturizes, plus a hearty helping of argan oil (which is full of fatty acids and vitamin E), and monoi oil (which is derived from soaking the petals of Gardenia Tahitensis Flower in coconut oil, and coconut oil has been shown to be able to penetrate the hair shaft and prevent protein loss in both damaged and undamaged hair).

It contains a hefty dose of good-for-hair vitamins.

The mask has vitamin E- and protein-spiked castor seed oil to make hair stronger (and like Jarrah honey, it has antifungal and antibacterial properties that promote scalp health). A study that appeared in the International Journal of Trichology found that vegetable oils like the ones in the Deep Moisture Mask can, when applied regularly, boost hydration of the hair shaft and help prevent hair breakage. So, together, these natural oils are a foolproof recipe for healthy hair.

In addition to this potent combination of oils, the Deep Moisture Mask contains retinyl palmitate (a mash up of vitamin A and palmitic acid, which is derived from palm oil) to condition hair, and behentrimonium choloride to strengthen weak strands. Plus, there’s glycerin to moisturize, define curls, and tame frizz; cetyl alcohol, an emollient that softens and detangles; and cyclopentasiloxane, which conditions hair and enhances shine.

It’s free of hair and scalp damaging chemicals.

What the Deep Moisture Mask doesn’t contain is parabens, alcohol, sulfates, salt, or even gluten (a boon for gluten-free dieters!), or anything else you might not want touching your scalp. Sauce Beauty is committed to TransHAIRency™, which means all ingredients are clearly listed and defined on the website, so you never have to worry about sketchy chemicals being slipped into your products.

Here’s how to use it:

Just like a facemask, you want to apply a hair mask every few days to help maintain moisture balance. (Aim to use the mask two to three times a week—in the case of this type of guac, double dipping is strongly encouraged!) After shampooing and conditioning, work the product through damp hair from root to tip, let it marinate on your head for about three to five minutes, and then rinse. Your hair will look and smell delicious, plus hair will feel strong, soft, and moisturized!
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