Sunday, July 1, 2012

Curl Junkie Rehab

Found online.


  1. Hair type: 2a/fine/high density/medium porosity/medium elasticity

    I LOVE this stuff. I have both the strawberry ice cream and gardenia/coconut scent. I dont care for the gardenia/coconut much, its too strong and floral for me. I use this after I do IAgirls protein treatment. I slather it all over my hair and cover with a showercap for about 10-15 minutes. Its very rich and creamy and has excellent slip. I would say it is about a 9 as far as moisturization. It leaves my hair very silky and shiny. I highly recommend it!

  2. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! I have the strawberry scent too. I have used this on naked hair as a leave in before. It is rich, so I can't use it all the time with my fine hair. It can weigh me down, but in a fluff controlling way. I don't care if it loosens my waves either, if it means smooth and shiny hair that smells awesome(!).

  3. My hair is 2b, fine, thin, porous.

    I have a love hate relationship with Rehab. The pros: I find this adds moisture to my hair in a way my usual drugstore conditioners don't. I'd give this a 10 out of 10 for moisture. It really does great things for my hair. It can really help me catch up on moisture when I'm behind. I towel dry my hair before using this DT. Towel drying helps to keep from diluting DTs. I only need a small amount of this product.
    The cons: My hair doesn't love jojoba or shea butter, and Rehab has both. Rehab leaves my hair feeling coated and slightly weighed down. Shea butter has a distinct weird scent that is hard to cover up and doesn't play well with other scents. I find the strawberry scent to be a weird mix with the shea butter. It isn't awful, but not great either. I'll probably test some other DTs before I settle on one. I may end up choosing Rehab in the end.

  4. I really like this, but I can live without it. It's very moisturizing and a great follow-up for protein treatments. However, I get similar results from homemade treatments.