John Masters Organics Honey & Hibiscus Hair Reconstructor

John Masters Organics Honey & Hibiscus Hair Reconstructor

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John Masters Organics Honey & Hibiscus Hair Reconstructor Reviews

  • 10

    fantastically amazing

    I don't care what the previous poster said, I actually met Mr. Masters and he is 100% committed to making the finest organic products on the market. I love this hair stuff and it makes my hair smooth and soft. Anyone who wants organic products that also work should turn to all of John Masters products (especially his shampoo....incredible!) — 6 years, 7 months ago
    uvgotmayle | 3 reviews

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  • 10

    Best out there for long hair, or dry climate

    This product is the best for my long, straight hair. I live in a pretty dry climate, and this is one of the few products I've found that is able to keep my hairy shiny and moisturized. I love the philosophy of the company, also. I disagree with another reviewer who complained that it wasn't "all organic". Not all ingredients are easily sourced organic (not even Stella McCartney's CAR...read moreE line is 100% organic)...but the difference between this line and other lines like Aveda is the fact that John Master's doesn't contain any harsh petrol-chemicals or parabens. I love this stuff - and the smell is heavenly. — 6 years, 7 months ago
    glissade_girl | 4 reviews

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  • 4

    Spendy and, technically, not organic

    I'll admit that I liked the way this "reconstructor" made my over-dyed, fried hair feel, but I'm not so happy about the impact it had on my wallet. That's a bunch of dough for not much product, and particularly one that's not truly organic by USDA standards (hint: when there's an "s" in the word organic, scrutinize the label--it's usually just clever marketing to make you think...read more it's all organic). It smelled alright, and it was a fairly thick, moisturizing conditioner--but that fact also makes it slightly difficult to rinse. A cold water final rinse is a must if you have the kind of hair that gets weighted down by conditioner. If I'm gonna spend that kind of money on a conditioner, I'd rather go with Aveda or Kiehl's. — 6 years, 8 months ago
    BeautyNewbie | 7 reviews

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