I know, I know– it’s been awhile since I’ve done a hair review. What’s the saying… if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Well, it recently broke and I had to find a solution to my dry, excessively shedding hair. This rescue came in the form of a protein hair soak thanks to Peggy at Curl Kitchen.

I did an event there earlier this month and mentioned some of my hair problems and she suggested that it might be a protein issue. I’m not going to lie, I haven’t done a protein treatment in at least a year; partly because I’m very sensitive to it and it seems to do more damage than good. The quinoa protein component is what pulled me in so I took the plunge and I have to say, I don’t regret it!

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What it claims:

– It contains a malt extract derived from Scottish whiskey that’s loaded with natural sugars and minerals such as vitamin B6 yielding the perfect unity of hydrating and anti-inflammatory properties for your tresses.

– Ingredients: Distilled Water infused w/ organic Marshmallow Root & Burdock Root, Virgin Pumpkin Seed Oil, Virgin Hemp Seed Oil, Babassu Oil, Behentrimonium Methosulfate (and) Cetearyl Alcohol, Behenyl Alcohol, Hydrolyzed Quinoa Protein, Whiskey Malt Extract, Peru Basalm Oil, Vanilla Oleoresin, Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin

What it did:

It was very easy to apply, it literally glided through my hair without me have to do much detangling. I left it in for about 30 minutes following regular shampoo and conditioning. I let my hair air dry and my hair was soooo soft! Usually after a protein treatment my hair is dry and brittle, but it didn’t even feel like I did a protein treatment. I also noticed a reduction in shedding and my texture or pattern was definitely more noticeable.

This is definitely being added to my regular routine and I will use it one a month and half to two months. A little definitely goes a long way which is a plus considering the price. I paid $20 bucks at Curl Kitchen and that’s also what I’ve seen it retailing for around the web. You can stop by Curl Kitchen if you live in the Chicago (1926 S. Wabash) area to pick up this product or more or you can get it here!

Have you tried B.A.S.K. Vanilla Whiskey Repairative Hair Soak? Let me know about your experience below!

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