Imagine the wind blowing through your hair as you run barefoot along the beautiful coastline in Maui taking in such an astonishing view of the water. I’m sure everyone would take that over working a 9-5 any day. The product Maui Moisture gives you just that sensation at home as you shampoo and condition your hair.

I’m natural and have been since my first year of high school. I found Maui Moisture¬†¬†in the natural hair section at a drug store and decided to give it a shot. The look of the bottles is what caught my attention.

Yes, Maui Moisture is Vegan, has Pure Coconut Water, & Pure Aloe Juice. We all know that coconuts are the holy grail of beauty!
No Maui Moisture does not have Silicones, Sulfates, Parabens. Which is a plus!

Maui Moisture come in six different formulas to pick from depending on hair’s type and texture: Heal & Hydrate + Shea, Curl Quench +Coconut Oil, Thick & Restore + Bamboo Fibers, Strength & Anti-Breakage + Agave, Smooth &Repair + Vanilla, Strength & Anti-Breakage + Rich Honey

I have only tried Curl Quench + Coconut & Smooth & Repair + Vanilla, and yes I love the product. The smell was fantastic. The consistency of the liquids was thick enough to emulsify where it will not slip out of your hand. It left my hair incredibly soft and manageable.Oh, and my curls were popping! I even flat ironed my hair after using Maui Moisture, and my hair had an incredible sheen.

Let’s not forget to discuss the price! Maui Moisture was fairly reasonable for a natural hair product running at approximately $9 per item.

You may have to work full time with few vacation days, but Maui Moisture has you covered. It does a great job at giving you and your hair that brilliant illusion of running on the beach with your hair flowing in the wind.

Would I buy this product again: Yes
Would I recommend this product to a friend: Yes
Should you buy this product: Yes

Disclaimer: I do not work for this company and it is not my intent to advertise for them. This blog post is solely opinion based. As with any new product you should always do a patch first to see if you are allergic to the product. Discontinue if your skin does react well with the product. Thank you