Deva Curl Melt into Moisture

I did not attach the first ingredient which is water and coconut oil which is the 6th ingredient because we all know what they are, but I included the first few ingredients. This product says that it is a nourishing hair mask, like a magical elixir for dehydrated waves or curls. And all curl types are left feeling shiny, silky-soft and completely transformed. Key ingredients are Matcha Butter, Beet Root Extract & Sweet Almond Oil. 

First of all the smell is fantastic and I find that it lingers in the hair a lot longer than anything I've ever used before. It smells like the matcha green tea, butter, & almond oil mixed together. The color is green and not the traditional white. It's very creamy in texture and has a buttery type feel to it.

After washing and conditioning my hair, I applied this mask and left it in for 30 minutes along with my thermal cap. By the way, 30 mins. was longer than I wanted but, I got side tracked with the time. The instructions suggest leaving it on for 3 minutes for a quick moisture boost, or 15-20 minutes for intense hydration or for maximum hydration, it can be left it in overnight. I however would not suggest leaving this in overnight because my hair was almost too soft when I left it in for 30 minutes. I believe if you're not careful, you can over moisture your hair with this. It is highly moisturizing as it claims and is perfect for those needing extra moisture or for those experiencing extreme dryness. 

In my opinion, it is much better than Heaven in Hair. This product does contain Hydrolyzed Soy Protein near the end of the ingredients so just about any hair can use this, unless you're allergic to soy. And as far as to whether I like this product more or the Deep Sea Repair....I would have to say that I like the Deep Sea Repair treatment more. The cost is $36. Finally, yes I would recommend this. 

Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures showing my results because I did not have time to take any on the day I tried this. Overall, I would give this a thumbs up.



First of all the smell is fantastic and I find that it lingers in the hair a lot longer than anything I've ever used before. It smells like the matcha green tea, butter, & almond oil mixed together. The color is green and not the traditional white. It's very creamy in texture and has a buttery type feel to it.

After washing and conditioning my hair, I applied this mask and left it in for 30 minutes along with my thermal cap. By the way, 30 mins. was longer than I wanted but, I got side tracked with the time. The instructions suggest leaving it on for 3 minutes for a quick moisture boost, or 15-20 minutes for intense hydration or for maximum hydration, it can be left it in overnight. I however would not suggest leaving this in overnight because my hair was almost too soft when I left it in for 30 minutes. I believe if you're not careful, you can over moisture your hair with this. It is highly moisturizing as it claims and is perfect for those needing extra moisture or for those experiencing extreme dryness. 

In my opinion, it is much better than Heaven in Hair. This product does contain Hydrolyzed Soy Protein near the end of the ingredients so just about any hair can use this, unless you're allergic to soy. And as far as to whether I like this product more or the Deep Sea Repair....I would have to say that I like the Deep Sea Repair treatment more. The cost is $36. Finally, yes I would recommend this. 

Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures showing my results because I did not have time to take any on the day I tried this. Overall, I would give this a thumbs up.