Budget-friendly conditioning for every hair type and problem
My hair cannot function without conditioning. With all the blow drying, styling, straight irons, curling irons and product I use on a weekly basis, my hair is crying for relief every time I step into the shower. And normal conditioners just aren’t cutting it anymore… I need stronger, deep conditioning, which is exactly what NuNaat Hair Creams are all about.
NuNaat was inspired by Brazil’s rainforest region and their products are packed with wonderful ingredients like Aloe Vera, Argan Oil, Brazil Nut, Pitanga and Green Keratin, just to name a few. Their Hair Creams ($5.99 each) address a variety of hair problems, with a special mask for each one. The we heart this team tested six different cream masks.
NAAT Cream Buriti – for color treated hair
NAAT Cream Brazil Nut – for dry hair
NAAT Cream Cupuacu – for extra dry hair
NAAT Cream Pitanga – for thin hair
NAAT Cream Aloe Vera – for coarse hair
NAAT Cream Keratin – for intensive, restorative conditioning
I tested the Cream Keratin cream and the first thing I noticed (and appreciated) was the size. Housed in giant, screw top tubs, these creams weigh in at 17.6 oz – and for the affordable price, that’s amazing. The directions say to “apply a generous amount” and I was giddy over the fact I could load it on with no worry of using it all up on the first try. The cream has a nice, thick, rich consistency. The masks claim results in five minutes, but you can leave it on for up 15.
The Brazilian Keratin NAAT Cream, is meant to “regenerate hair fibers and restore shine.” I certainly could tell a difference post rinse. I could run a brush right through my wet hair, while my drying and styling went a lot quicker. The end result was a soft, sleek look and minimal fly aways. For the price, this mask definitely delivered a noticeable difference.
I also tried the NAAT Cream Pitanga, which uses pitanga fruit to help control oil. This mask is catered to fine hair and claims to “fortify and add body” to otherwise limp, thin hair.
NuNaat says the creams can be used in combination to achieve customized results for the individual. I was excited to combine the Pitanga along with the Keratin Cream, since my locks are also fairly thin. While, I didn’t see a big difference in volume, the conditioning still left my hair very soft. It also smells great. Both masks have a soft clean scent, but the Pitanga definitely added a slight fruity flavor to the treatment.
You can’t deny the bang you get for your buck in these creams. With a great price, a lot of product, and some pretty solid results, I have to say these masks are an easily justified purchase.
So, where CAN you get them? Naat Creams can be purchased at select Walgreens and Sally Beauty Supplies. And make sure to check the comments to hear how my fellow testers fared with the other NuNaat Creams.
we heartsters and testers – are NuNaat Hair Creams the affordable solution to your hair problems?
Disclosure: This review includes products that were provided by the manufacturer/PR firm for our consideration. For more info, or any questions, please see our disclosure policy.
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