Carols Daughter – Monoi Repairing Shampoo

Health and Beauty, Paleo

I just finished a bottle of Carols Daughter Monoi Repairing Shampoo and I absolutely LOVE this product! It leaves your hair soft and manageable. It smells great and I feel like it leaves my extremely damaged hair in better condition than before. I have done everything to my hair – bleach, dye, curl, blow dry and straighten on a regular basis… and this Shampoo is designed to help repair all that damage.

Is it Paleo?

It’s a fine line saying that a shampoo in general is Paleo since the cavemen didn’t have shampoo, but since we live in the modern world and it’s a necessity – I think it’s pretty darn close. The description below tells us that it is Coconut and Monoi oil derived (both Paleo!). It also has No Sulfates, No Parabens, No Petroleum, No Mineral Oil, No Artificial Colors. This is huge because these chemicals cause irritation and can result in serious long-term hair damage. You can read more about that here. Below is a full description of the shampoo from Carols Daughter’s website.

Monoi Repairing Shampoo

A Coconut-derived, sulfate-free cleanser that is gentle enough for the most fragile and distressed hair that detangles and leaves hair stronger and healthier, instantly.

Only strong hair can grow into longer hair so you’re free to wear any style. That’s why the strand-strengthening Monoi Oil – an ancient recipe made from the rejuvenating Tahitian Tiare Gardenia Flower and Coprah Coconut Oil – is a must-have to help repair fine, delicate or chemically treated hair. Combined with a fortifying, anti-breakage formula, the Monoi Repairing Shampoo cleanses and detangles while restoring strength to even the most distressed hair.

Perfect for any hair type that is damaged from haircolor, heat styling or chemically straightening.

On average a 96% reduction in hair breakage
On average 13 times longer hair life


If you’ve tried it – comment below and let me know your thoughts!


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