My Healthy Hair Routine with NAAT Garlic Magic

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

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So before you scrunch your nose at the word garlic in the post title, let me explain.... garlic is actually very beneficial when it comes to health and beauty. Garlic cleanses impurities and can control excessive oiliness and prevent hair loss. Winter time is always rough on my scalp and hair. It gets dry, itchy, and my hair takes forever to grow.

The beauty of the NAAT Garlic Magic system from nuNAAT is that it works its magic at the roots and gives you a fresh clean scent, shiny hair, and a happy head! It restores hair to a strong healthy and natural state using garlic extract but not leaving behind a garlic scent. I promise you it doesn't.... I used it and that's ONLY because there was no garlic smell!

NAAT Garlic Magic is suitable for all hair types even people with slow growing or fragile hair. The NAAT Garlic Magic Collection Includes Shampoo, Conditioner, Styling Leave-In, and Intense Hydration Hair Mask.

The first thing I noticed about the Garlic Magic Shampoo and Conditioner were the nice rich lather and texture of both. It was easy to work them through my hair, and they weren't too thick or too watery.
Here's a photo of my dull hair before I started using the NAAT Garlic Magic System.

And here's my hair afterwards. It's healthy and shiny!

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  1. Definitely looking into this!
    I miss my natural long red hair. Since I've cut and bleached it - it's been so itchy and taking too long (or I'm too impatient) to grow!
    Thanks for the tip.

    <3 Harlynn

    P.S. I found you via blog hop, and glad I did. Heads up- expect a new question soon!

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Im going to check out your blog now as well!! And yea, trust me, this will certainly help the itchy hair! nothing is worse than the annoying itch when you are out in public and you look like you're a hot mess with dandruff or something lol!

  2. Use vinegar for hair, but one to two drops a year is best for dandruff. For dry hair, use an egg and honey hair mask.


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