Shea Moisture Superfruit 10-in-1 Renewal System products review

I received this set of Shea Moisture products in my September CurlBox. The box included the 13 ox. Superfruit sulfate free shampoo and conditioner, the 12 oz. hair mask, and the 2 oz. hair and scalp 2 part oil/serum.

This particular line from Shea Moisture includes their "Super Fruit" complex, which is a blend of red raspberry, goji, acai and guava extracts that promote anti-aging. They soften and rejuvenate the scalp as well. The products also contain a rich blend of oils, ie: marula, shea butter, olive oil, jojoba oil, carrot seed oil, vitamin E, just to name a few. Great for moisture. Biotin is another ingredient mentioned, that can strengthen the hair.

Using the products:
It is recommended to use the oil/serum as a pre-poo treatment that you can leave in for up to an hour. Be sure and shake the bottle to mix this 2-part oil. I left it on my entire head-hair and scalp with a heated cap for 1 hour. Followed up with the gentle shampoo that has a low suds property to it. It is quite nice. It has a nice fragrance that's hard to explain. It has a clean, slightly fruity/bubble gum-like scent. After rinsing, my hair felt a bit smoother already. Followed up with the conditioner, that I left on only a few minutes in the shower. This SuperFruit product line by Shea Moisture does soften and make my hair clean, fresh, moisturized, and managable, although I did not feel that I benefited from the oil pre-poo treatment.
The hair mask is a heavy, thick cream, with the same formula and works well also. I like to leave it on with a heated cap for 30 minutes as a last step for a deep conditioning treatment.
Overall, this is a good product line to try. Affordable, and readily available. Shea Moisture products can be found at most drug stores and Target retailers.

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with Shea Moister, CurlBox, or Target. These are my own opinions of products purchased by me.

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