Great product. It is expensive but it works and makes my hair look and feel great! Totally worth the money as a little bit goes a long way!
I bought this for my sons hair. He has fine toddler hair that I like to keep in place and I'm not gonna use gel so I picked this up since i already use the shampoo and are familiar with the brand. It's perfect! I use a pinch and his hair is left so soft and shiny, and most of all...in place! The smell is wonderful, kinda like licorice (anise). I did get curious and tried it on the front of my hair (3b curls) and it did nothing. Love it for my kiddo.
Absolutely fabulous stuff. Is it expensive? Heck yeah! But what you're getting is probably a 2 year supply of this product in a very elegant glass jar. No chemicals, organic, no silicones, just shine and silk to your thankful hair. I use a tiny dollop and it's plenty. I have the shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioning treatment and this finishing treatment, every single product is phenomenal and the improvement is completely noticeable almost immediately. It's so hard to believe that this line is organic and has that much magic in its restorative powers. I'm addicted.
P.S. Try the new Rahua Omega 9 Hair Mask, it's extraordinary. After just one treatment your hair feels 10 times healthier. I've already done 2 treatments and my hair is 20 times better than I remember it ever being before my Japanese hair straightening days (which is terrible for your hair but at least it gives the appearance of silkiness and a frizz free, albeit lifeless-bone-straight mane).
I've tried the shampoo, conditioner, the voluminous shampoo/condition in the Rahua range, and also this leave-in treatment and I have to say while I adore the great ingredients, this is not a line for fine hair. I only use a very small dab of this treatment on my wet hair, but sometimes it still weighs my hair down. This would probably work best for thick and coarse hair.
Will make your hair lustrous without silicones! Kind of pricy at $45, but a little goes a very long way. With this I can knock out a shine serum and conditioner, which usually costs me $20-30 dollars a piece anyway, so it's about the same price right?
The texture is similar to a whipped mayonnaise, and there is no scent to it. I take a small about and rub between my palms then distribute it throughout my hair concentrating more on the ends.
I have straight asian hair that has been looking a little dry and lackluster. After using this my hair was very soft and shiny! Not greasy at all. Best of all it's organic!