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Monoi Tiare Tahiti is derived from pressed coconut oil infused with the flowers of the tiare, an exotic gardenia. The resulting oil is light and fragrant. Coconut oil itself is a great sealant and strengthening oil among other things. The oil is used widely among French Polynesians as a skin and hair softener and its origins can be traced back over 2000 years the Maori tribe which is the indigenous Polynesia people of New Zealand.
- You can use monoi oil as a pre-shampoo treatment overnight or for a few hours before your normal wash and condition routine.
- To control frizz, rub a few drops between your palms and pat through the ends of your hair after your styling.
- For monoi oil, always keep in mind that a lot goes a long way and a few drops is all you need to get the job done.
Here is a short video from Carol’s Daughter explaining how monoi oil works:
Fast Fact: You can add a few drops of monoi oil to a warm bath for a relaxing bath or use if for a deep tissue massage.
Carol’s Daughter also has a Monoi Oil Hair Mask, Monoi Repairing Split End Sealer and Monoi Oil Repairing Sacred Strengthening Serum while Hask has the following mono oil products in their hair care range:
- Hask Monoi Oil Nourishing Shampoo
- Hask Monoi Oil Nourishing Conditioner
- Hask Monoi Coconut Oil Nourishing Shine Oil
- Hask Monoi Coconut Oil Nourishing Deep Conditioner
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