(nacidt olive oil, lacio lacio, nacidt avocado)
This is going to be a double review of both Nacidt Olive Oil and Nacidt Avocado. First Off I have very dry curly hair which can be tamed with moisture. My hair is very dry and course along the edges (3a- 3c depending), my hair kind of resembles alicia keys’s hair to give you all an idea.
I have to say that this is my favorite Dominican moisturizing deep conditioner. Everytime I rollerset and use Nacidt Olive oil with heat for 15 mins the results are fabulous. My hair is shiny, moisturized and bouncy and I have yet to try another deep condtioner that leaves me with the same results. It just never fails to deliver especially when I pair it with Lacio Lacio ( review soon ). Nacidt Olive Oil has a very light scent to it and it’s kind of creamy but not too heavy.
Lacio Lacio to me is what really gives it the finishing shiny results after I rollerset but the LASTING results are another thing. I say lasting reults because Nacidt Olive Oil leaves my hair moisturized even after five days. I moisturize and seal with ORS moisturizer in a jar along with castor oil to seal and the results are truly everlasting. Braidouts are beautiful and bouncy and my hair feels very thick soft and shiny.
Nacidt avocado unfortunately does not deliver the same for me in terms of softness. When I used it with the same procedure as I did with the olive oil one it left me disappointed. However I have to consider that the olive oil one says in spanish ( para cabellos quimicamente processados) which means for chemically processed hair and mind you I’m natural no relaxer or hair colors. So i’m guessing that for those with chemicaly porcessed hair Nacidt Olive Oil will provide more than enough moisture.
On the other hand Nacidt avocado is for ( cabellos secos/ quebradizos) meaning for dry brittle broken hair.
So I guess Nacidt avocado tends to have a little more protein to it than Nacidt Olive Oil. It did not leave me with that moisture or slip I was looking for. It left my hair a little hard and was not as bouncy as with the olive oil kind.
So this week I headed to the beauty supply store and picked myself up the larger version of Nacidt olive Oil and was so curious that on my way picked up the Rinse (conditioner). I want to see how it turns out using the rest of Nacidt’s products. I’m also eyeing the coconut oil hair masque as well.
This is how my hair looked the next day. It was very shiny and soft and as usual my hair felt moisturized as opposed to dry and hard. I also did not have to put extra hair moisturizer to make it soft again. This weekend I will try nacidt’s olive oil hair conditioner (Rinse) and see how well it turns out!
This weekends regimen:
Hair One Shampoo
Nacidt Olive Oil ( 15 mins w/ heat )
Silicon Mix (When needed, this week I did)
Hello hydration Conditioner
Chi Keratin Mist
I usually switch it up every other week and my hair just does not look or feel the same unless I use this method. But I know it’s Nacidt Olive oil which is why This week I headed to my local BSS and got me the biggest jar since this one has passed the test for sure.